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UBS needs brand imaging, he added For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMumbai | Published: March 15 2014 11:54 pm The four started the initiative in 2008 Related News For Monisha Narke Sejal Kshirsagar Malvika Gadiyar and Smita Shirodkar the need for a cleaner environment became an agenda which prompted them to take recycling to households Four working mothers under the banner RUR — Are you reducing reusing and recycling — have taken up the mission to tackle environmental concerns at the domestic level The initiative which began in 2008 is now a registered non-profit movement The group has since been organising awareness programmes at offices colleges and schools It also works closely with authorities sets up collection and compost centres at schools to recycle waste and conducts research on natural alternatives There is tale behind how the group got together The four working mothers —Narke Kshirsagar Gadiyar and Shirodkar — have two children each Irked over the huge proportions of waste generation and hazardous consumption patterns all around her Narke prepared a presentation on environmental concerns and showed it to a few mothers who were waiting to pick up their children from school like her Following this Narke along with Kshirsagar and Gadiyar founded RUR Shirodkar who is also the founder of Earthoholics (an initiative to promote organic farming) too joined the team later RUR has also created a Mind Maps (a flow chart) which tells you how to embark on green programmes like bringing about small changes in urban lifestyles to lead a greener life Through RUR the young mothers have ensured that their collective expertise in engineering commercial arts administration and economics has been put to good use “Our vision as part of RUR is to create eco-friendly families which make their waste worthwhile by adopting green practices like vermin compost” said Narke founder member of RUR and an Engineering Graduate from the Stanford University USA “At first I decided to make my own home green” added Narke After running from pillar to post to convince civic officials and a few contacts on how to go about recycling Narke invested Rs 700 on a vermi-compost bin to turn her household waste into manure After her successful attempt at recycling waste at her own residence she decided to form RUR which has since moved on from green efforts in homes like conserving light and water recycling garbage to convincing supermarket chain Sahkari Bhandar to promote cloth bags and reduce the use of plastics by 70 per cent “We asked them to give a discount of Re1 on purchases of Rs 200 and a free cloth bag on purchases of over Rs 500 It was a successful initiative until the rule to charge for plastic bag was initiated following which the offer was discontinued at Sahakari Bhandar” said Khisrsagar another mother and commercial artist with an masters in applied arts RUR collected 200000 tetra packs in 2011 through collection centres in Sahakari Bhandar schools and colleges across the city The cartons were recycled at a unit in Palghar and converted into high-grade paper that can be used to make paper products and roofing sheets 23 desks made of recycled tetrapacks were donated to Kedarnath Vidya Prasarini Marathi School Chunabhatti in 2011 Recently over 20 desks were donated to Valmiki Eco School at Goregaon Siddharth Tambde a class VII student of Kedarnath Vidya Prasarini Marathi School said “Recycling is important and I now tell about it to my friends and relatives too It is fun to plant trees and learn to compost waste at school” Nikita Pimpale principal of Valmiki Eco School said “They donated over 20 desks to our school and conducted several environmental activities Last year in July they conducted a workshop on plantation where students were taught to make plant saplings on their own and the technicalities of planting and maintaining them Students also enjoy such activities and learn about recycling at an early age” According to Kshirsagar it is easier to teach vermi compost to students than their parents as most of them do not want to put their hands on waste and garbage “While some of them try it others are very reluctant Hence starting the initiative at the school level is of great help” added Kshirsagar diptisonawala@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 2 2013 1:45 am Related News Vivek High School in Sector 38 will reply to the UT Education departments noticeregarding vacant seats under the economic weaker section (EWS) quotaon Tuesday It has been learnt that the school will seek clarification on whether it should implement the 25 per cent EWS quota under the RTE Act or the 15 per cent as per a notification issued by the UT Education department The department had sought information regarding EWS seats from all private schools Howeverapart from Vivek High Schoolall other 34 private unaided schools provided the information Taking strict note of itthe department had issued notice to the school on March 22 and had given it 10 days to file a reply Director Vivek High School and president Independent Schools Association (ISA) H S Mamik said that the school has prepared a reply and will submit on April 2 with the education meeting On March 22the private unaided schools had declared that there will be no vacancies for EWS students unless and until the authorities clarify issues regarding the RTE Act For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News but it will mean absolutely nothing if you return to your countries and fail to push beyond the promises of this historic agreement. 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