Brush up

Brush up is campaign of Zero Waste movement running successfully in different parts of India by Community Health and Development Programme a NGO working for the development of tribal and rural communities for the past 35 years in Udumalpet Taluk, Tiruppur District Taminadu, if you dont know what is zero waste, it is a system approach to resource management centered on Refusing, Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling. To make recycling work for everyone, we need to buy products made from the materials we recycle. This reduces the need to utilize non-renewable resources by reusing materials that have already been consumed.
The Goal of this campaign is very simple Maximize recycling and Minimize waste that’s it…
so what is this all about…
YES!!! We are talking about PLASTIC!!!
Our daily utilities are fully occupied by plastics, out of that only 9% of plastic can only recyclable rest will be in oceans and landfills, you may ask so what….if so please watch the video below…

Isn’t our responsibility to change this world to make sure the earth is a better living place for every species which has all the rights to enjoy their life….
Report says Just in India alone, more than 150 million plastic toothbrushes are thrown into the garbage every month. Every part of the toothbrush – the handle, as well as the bristles – is made from petroleum-based plastic, which does not biodegrade for thousands of years.So, all the plastic toothbrushes made since 1938, when they were made for the first time, still exist somewhere on this planet.With an average life expectancy of 75 years each one of us will consume about 300 toothbrushes during our lifetime, about 12 pounds of plastic waste. All over the world over 4.7 billion toothbrushes are produced annually that end up in the landfills or the environment

Are you feeling guilty? What shall we do now? If there any alternative?

We have a solution for these problems…

A personalized well designed and completely 100% biodegradable BAMBOO TOOTHBRUSH

Bamboo Toothbrush will decompose along with your other household waste after you throw them. Their handle is made of bamboo which is the fastest growing plant on the planet and grows in abundance in India. During their life span bamboo produces considerably more oxygen and binds considerably more CO2 than hard wood trees. Bamboo also doesn’t require any chemical fertilizer to grow which protects the soil and does not add any chemicals to the environment. After harvesting, virtually every part of the plant is used to make a wide variety of products. From soil-enriching mulch to beautiful furniture to chopsticks,  every part of the plant can be utilized. All this makes bamboo an incredibly sustainable plant, which has the potential to save us and the environment from a lot of harm.

Buy this incredible Bamboo Toothbrush from the below link and be an environmental sensitive human.

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