“Anarghyaa Foundation, are conducting various awareness drives, workshops and events on Swachh Bharat Mission across Bengaluru”
On 2nd October 2019 we had organised Swachh Bharat Walkathon. The event was flagged by Shri S.R.Viswanathji, Honourable MLA Yelahanka Constituency and Political Secretary to the Chief Minister, along with Honourable Tasildhar Shri. Raghumurthy and Assistant Director Taluk Panchayat Shri.Madhu. The event was sponsored by FreshToHome and was supported by Seshadripuram First Grade College, BMS Institute of Technology, and Presidency University. Large number of volunteers had participated to promote “Garbage segregation at source”, “Use biodegradable products”, “Avoid Single use plastics”, “Focus on Reduce, Reuse and Recycle waste”
Around 500+ participants campaigned during the event and distributed few thousand cloth bags to residents and shops to promote and encourage the use of cotton / jute bags instead of plastic bags. Mr.Prakash Subramanian Founder Trustee of Anarghyaa Foundation said: “Swachh Bharat Abhiyana to fulfil Mahatma Gandhiji’s dream of Clean and Hygienic India; has served as a great initiative in making people aware of the importance of cleanliness. The Students are the main catalysts for the drive and has brought in lots of change amongst people. There is still lot more to be done in waste management. Now the focus being usage of plastic and especially Single-use plastic is a serious climate change hazard. We have to work towards reducing the use of Single-use plastic and switch to biodegradable products”.
Mr.Santosh kumar, Head of Marketing, Fresh to home said “we control end to end of the product supply chain, including most of sourcing and hence we can confidently state that there are no chemicals added in our products. We have temperature sensors installed right from the source till delivery at customers places enabling us to maintain 0-4 degrees hence makes the products the freshest available in the market.and we don’t expose fish and meat to the polluted environment, instead we vacuum pack it ensuring less microbial action and the safest produce.
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