54th Anniversary of Earth Day with an Inspiring “Compost Carnival: Waste Not, Compost Lots”

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54th Anniversary of Earth Day with an Inspiring “Compost Carnival Waste Not, Compost Lots” held at Golden Tulip, Kolkata_3
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54th Anniversary of Earth Day with an Inspiring “Compost Carnival: Waste Not, Compost Lots”

Kolkata, 21st April, 2024As the world observes the 54th anniversary of Earth Day on April 22, The Mamta Sumit Binani Foundation, Home for You, Yi of CII, Emami Kolkata Centre for Creativity, Maheshwari International Business Foundation, Eyantram, Sew In Style, together with MSME Adda hosted the “Compost Carnival: Waste Not, Compost Lots!” – an interactive and inspiring event dedicated to sustainability and environmental care held Golden Tulip, Kolkata.

The event offered a unique opportunity for participants to learn about composting and its vital role in preserving our planet which was attended by:  CS (Dr.) Adv. Mamta Binani, President of MSME Development Forum WB ChapterMs. Shital BavishiRenowned Environmental Activist & Founder of Beejum, an organization promoting sustainable practicesBaibhav AgarwalChairperson Yi of CIIRicha AgarwalChairperson, Emami Kolkata Centre for CreativityBishnu LohiaMD, Eyantram Waste Management CompanyRajani Kedia GhoshPromoter Director, Sew In StylePrashant MaheshwariPresident, Maheshwari International Business FoundationAshish MittalDirector, Golden Tulip Hotel & many other eminent personalities. 

The morning kicked off with a hands-on composting session, where participants of all ages, from eco-conscious adults to curious children, gained valuable tips on composting techniques and waste reduction strategies. Composting is not a new idea. In the natural world, this same process occurs as leaves pile up on the forest floor and begin to decay. Eventually, the rotting leaves are returned to the soil, where living roots can finish the recycling process by reclaiming the nutrients from the decomposed leaves.

On this occasion, CS (Dr.) Mamta BinaniPresident of MSME Development Forum WB Chapter Casaid, “The informative and engaging Compost Carnival provided a valuable opportunity for the community to learn about composting and its role in environmental sustainability. Composting is an easy art. It’s a natural process of recycling organic matter such as leaves and food scraps into a valuable fertilizer that enriches the soil and is the best fertilizer for plants. Today, the use of composting to turn organic wastes into a valuable resource is expanding rapidly throughout India and in other countries, as landfill space becomes scarce and expensive, and as people become more aware of the impacts they have on the environment.”

On this occasion, Mr. Baibhav AgarwalChairperson Yi of CII said, “The compost carnival brought together the community to celebrate sustainable practices and promote composting as a way to reduce waste and create nutrient-rich soil. This session offered a fun and interactive way for residents to engage with composting, with activities and workshops that were both educational and entertaining.”

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