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Posted by: 2016-05-25 07:16:19 , By Raj Kumar

As part of its ongoing effort to rid Canacona taluka of accumulated garbage as well as create awareness about the significance of a clean environment, especially among the younger generation, Canacona-based NGO Goenkar has commenced it's second phase of exchanging dry plastic garbage. It has handed out 20 school bags and eight compass boxes to young students for the garbage they collected. Previously, in their 'Sugar for Plastic' exchange programme, 60kg of sugar was given out for the same quantity of plastic collected by Canacona residents. Bringing the total plastic waste collected to 176kg that will now be baled and sent to the cement factory in Karnataka, said Goenkar, general secretary, Vikas Bhagat.

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