There are a few simple things that we can actually do, especially for a cleaner country. it won’t even take much effort:
1.Always carry a small poly-bag
A recycled paper bag would be just great. Use it to throw in little pieces of trash. ALWAYS.
We all know that there is a dearth of dustbins in our city. Let’s stop blaming and start doing.
So always carry your own trash bag to keep country clean
2.Segregate waste at home in 3 separate bins
Biodegradable, Recyclable and Others. Yes this has been told to us time and again, and we do start, but it fizzles out soon (much like our new year resolutions.) If you are living in a society, you could talk to the management and get this system of segregation implemented there.
So segregate trash to keep country clean
3. Re-use old bottles
You can do a lot of creative things with old plastic bottles instead of throwing them away. We saw some cool ideas on bored panda.
Thus recycle plastic to keep country clean
4. Compost pit
Its cheap, its useful, and your best friend if you have a green thumb.You can collect and separate out your food scraps before you head for the garbage. Find a compost collection site in your area and take your scraps there weekly or just utilize it for your plants.
Now compost pit to keep country clean
5.Join a Community Cleanliness Drive
Trust us, it is much easier to do something when there are others doing it with you. You can join community cleanliness drives (insert link/ research more)
Carryout a community cleanliness drive to keep country clean
6. Use Fabric Bags
Instead of getting things from your vegetable vendor in a zillion tiny polythene bags, carry your own fabric bag when you go shopping. You have got to admit, a fabric bag has a charm of its own.
Always use fabric bag to keep country clean
7.Live Clean Yourself
Keep your house tidy, get it cleaned regularly, declutter, live healthy, live clean. Try using all those cleaning hacks that you read online. Read more hacks has some really nice ones.
Well these are some tips you can follow easily. Hope that you practice at least some of these. In all honesty, hope that we all follow them as well.
Here’s to a cleaner India!