double impact: cloth bags, tailoring get a push

by:Yucai     2020-01-06
The social welfare advocacy group said that the ban on plastic packaging, especially handbags, requires the support of the government and the public to be truly effective.
\"People have become accustomed to using plastic in almost every aspect of life, whether it\'s packing food or groceries, or even carrying Temple supplies.
We must change this mindset and show the public the advantages of using eco-alternative products.
Friendly and reusable . \"C.
Neelamegam, secretary of Thanneer, a non-
Government organizations active in environmental protection told Hindus.
Thanneer has been carrying out-
Tiruchi\'s plastic awareness project for the past five years.
A recent move was to carry out a \"bag exchange\" outside the temple, where Thanneer volunteers exchanged cotton bags for plastic bags carried by worshippers.
\"Natural fibers like cotton are ideal for bags because they are biodegradable.
Also, if we really restore the cloth bag tradition in the state, their production will provide jobs for the tailor and many people in the printing industry, \"he saidNeelamegam.
Purchase at cost of iOS7-
Karur wholesaler 12 bags per pack, Thanneer bags can carry up to 2-
3 kg groceries
The price of plastic bags is only 20 paise compared to cotton.
\"It would be easier to ban plastic packaging if the authorities were able to make cloth bags more affordable,\" he said . \".
Recovery skills empowerment group Yugaa not only tried to restore the bag, but also tried to restore the skills that were once in stock --in-
Trade of most women in Tamil Nadu: The Art of tailor.
\"In the first phase of our ecology
Driven by consciousness, we distributed 1,000 bags sewn by women themselves.
Help the owner and the public.
But then we realized that there are a large number of talented women in the city that can be used to stitch their bags, \"said Allirani Balaji, president of Yugaa.
For the past two months, Yugaa has been teaching housewives to make cloth bags through workshops organized by the women readers forum of the central library of the Tiruchi district.
\"We found that participants were eager not only to sew their bags, but also to decorate it with needlework and fabric painting.
Showing so much creativity, we decided to encourage our participants by awarding awards for the best package, \"she said. Allirani. With bag-
Making emerging markets a potential target for corporate social responsibility (CSR)
Project, more work can be done to determine the road to the future.
\"Many women are willing to work on the commercial stitching of cloth bags, but they lack the right platform to sell their products.
We plan to hold a workshop in January to guide interested families
Based on entrepreneurs, \"she said. Allirani.
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