Dawlance starts Be reliable, Recycling campaign


STAFF REPORT ISB: Dawlance, Pakistan’s leading home appliance brand, has taken up the initiative to promote recycling amongst Pakistanis in a bid to achieve a greener future.
As part of the company’s Be Reliable, the recycle initiative, Dawlance’s new series of locally assembled products are wrapped in packaging that features step-by-step instructions on how the appliance carton can be easily recycled to make various objects. Some of the items that can be created using the

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Environment protection through recycling


MANY WOULDagree that recycling not only affects the environment but it also makes the world a better place for plants and animals to live in. News studies have established that making new products from recycled materials means less manufacturing. And subsequently with the correct methods, we can have a comfortable and convenient life without the pollution. Recycling paper products can directly preserve a large number of trees that might otherwise be used to make new paper. According to

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Aerobic Treatment for recycling kitchen wastewater

WORLD POPULATION is at the verge of water shortage which demands proper management of water resources to meet requirements of rapidly growing population. Collection and reuse of wastewater has never been a priority in Pakistan but the concept is much more demanding in current needs especially in the areas having water shortage like Pothowar region. A low cost treatment system to reuse wastewater in agriculture sector may also aid in meeting water shortages.Wastewater creates public health

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E-waste recycling-at whose expense?

STAFF REPORT IBD: Computers, tablets and mo- bile phones are all popular consumer products while the conditions prevailing in Paki- stan about dismantling this electronic devices are entirely pathetic. "There are massive health and social prob- lems connected to e-waste recycling in Pakistan. At the same time it is the only source of livelihood for thousands of people," says Shakila Umaira, are- searcher at KTH Centre for Sustainable Communica- tions and has made two field trips to

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Plastics reuse, recycling a major health hazard

By Naseem sheikhPLASTIC IS the general common term for a wide range of synthetic or semi synthetic organic amorphous solid materials suitable for the manufacture of industrial products. Plastics are typically polymers of high molecular weight, and may contain other substances to improve performance and or reduce costs.Man-made plastic is called as Synthetic Plastics. It is usually made from crude oil, but, coal and natural gas are also used. These plastics do not decompose easily and, hence,

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Recycling of rechargeable batteries

WE THE humans of 21st century are living in the electronic era, where electronic items are playing a vital role in our daily life. Today batteries are an integral part of our life; they are used to power electronic devices like watches, cell phones, power tools and general household appliances. The alkaline battery (primary battery) was the first type of battery invented and is still widely in use. You can find them in various sizes from AAA, AA, C and D. However they do not last very long;

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