Clean up Nepal held a community awareness training on appropriate solid waste management at Hemper’s Factory – Budhanilkantha. Following the awareness program, the cluster initiated segregating waste. The cluster uses three bins, each for organic, inorganic and reject waste. The cluster emphasizes the importance of waste segregation and waste reduction at the source to solve the magnifying problem of littering, inappropriate solid waste management, and disposal. The cluster’s journey from “litters and piles of waste stocked up for burning” to “adopting a culture of appropriate waste management practices” is simply meritorious. The exemplary cluster at Hempers’ Factory demonstrates the quote by Nelson Mandela, “It always seems impossible until it’s done.” Thank you @hempersbags for helping the cluster initiate the change.
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