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Transcript of BUSINESS PRESENTATION
BY: BHAKTI R PAWANI
CLASS : 12 COM C
THE ANTI PLASTIC LAW
ANTI PLASTIC CAMPAIGN
plastics are macromolecules,formed by polymerization in due heat and pressure.
they are super tough and rigid,flexible and opaque.
cost effective method of sufficing needs.
ANTI PLASTIC LAW IN INDIA
ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES
Threat to animal life
Pollution & Fumes
MINISTRY OF FOREST AND ENVIRONMENT :
Carry bags shall either be in natural shade which is without any added pigments or made
using only those pigments and colorants which are in conformity with Indian standards.
(ii.) No person shall use carry bags made of recycled plastics or compostable plastics for storing,
carrying, dispensing or packaging food stuffs. Import of plastic shall not be permitted except a liscense.
(iii.) No person shall manufacture, stock, distribute or sell any carry bag made of virgin or recycled
or compostable plastic, which is less than 40 microns in thickness.
(iv.) Sachets using plastic material shall not be used for storing, packing or selling gutkha, tobacco
and pan masala.
(v.) Recycled carry bags shall conform to the Indian standard IS 14534:1998 titled as Guidelines
for Recycling of Plastic, as amended from time to time.
(vi.) Carry bags made from compostable plastics shall conform to the Indian Standard: IS/ISO
17088:2008 titled as specifications for Compostable plastics, as amended from time to
(vii.) Plastic material, in any form, shall not be used in any package for packing gutkha, pan masala
and tobacco in all forms.
The government has put a complete ban on the use of any type of plastic. The Indian laws on plastic use are covered under the Environment Protection Act, 1986, which has provisions for punishing the offender with five years of imprisonment or fine up to Rs.1 lakh or both.
Effective implementation of law by the local government for correct use of plastic by the common people needs to address the following issues:
(i) Use of plastic for packaging of household grocery items in wholesale as well as retail shops, Mall, shopping complex, show room, in public places, various markets, etc should be banned completely at one go.
(ii) In the long term prospect Effective law to stop manufacturing plastic items specially polythene bags at first hand by the small scale Plastic industries. Besides, in order not to affect such small scale industries, these industries may be given some buffer time to switch over to other durable essential plastic items like water tank, wire cables, vantilators, electrical fitting items, roofing materials, foot duster, pen, comb, button, zip, etc.
(iii) Motivate the general public to substitute plastic bags by used papers, newspaper, recycled paper bags, cheap and durable shopping bags from bio-degradable organic products of various plants and trees like jute, leaves, fibres, etc need to be encouraged through various media and voluntary public campaign.
(iv) Public awareness campaign through various media both electronic and the fourth estate not to use plastic bags on daily doze basis is very essential.
(v) All institutions from grassroot level should impart mandatory programmes and co-curricular activities towards anti-plastic campaign
(vi) All local voluntary organizations, clubs should join hands to exert pressure on the local Govt. to implement the above criteria successfully for cleaner city as well as to create awareness amongst various leikai level at the last. Once, we check use of plastic in the city, it will have snowball effect to other districts and communities.
TARGET OF THE CAMPAIGN
check on illegal recycling units
make laws more stringent through spot penalty
fine: rs.100000,prison upto 5 years
educate , activism and spread awareness.
increase research & development
zero waste policy
proper waste management
media ads in mumbai
rallies in south
http://www.eternalenergy.in/Anti%20plastic/plas.html : noida
Campaign Against The Plastic Plague
The purpose of this campaign is to:
Educate public about the adverse effects of plastic bags on the environment- made from petroleum, creates pollution, depletes natural resources, fatal consumption by animals, high costs in the long run to clean up litter, non-biodegradable
Provide ways for public to make a difference- reduce, reuse, recycle! Activism!
Inform public with most updated information about the anti-plastic issues
Communicate with the public one-on-one to promote grass root organization
Short term goal is to reduce, reuse, and recycle but in the long run hope to achieve a zero waste policy.
use public transport, organic food and products .
ROADS PAVED WITH PLASTIC
TURN PLASTIC BACK TO OIL
Repairing the Damage
The Great Waste
They litter our streets
Plastic bags suffocate and kill
It messes up future with too much plastic bags and ends ups that we might have to leave earth.
VISION GREEN COUNTRY IS IN PROGRESS
No need to ban, add a tax
Used as a marketing ploy
Freedom of choice
people forget their re-useable bags
Causes expense to consumers in a time of recession
causes loss of jobs
People can and do recycle plastic bags
the environmental war needs to be won elsewhere
Loss of Technology
so what do we carry our shopping in?
NO,need to ban just reduce the use of plastic
Supply bags to our school
sell customized bags
get involved in local initiatives
help and support organisations by distributing the profit
reduce our consumption
live a plastic free life