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පරිසර විමුක්තිය වෙනුවෙන් ඔබේ දායකත්වය

මනසට නිදහසක් පතන ඔබ මොහොතකට නිදහසේ ඉන්න යැයි පිවිසෙන , සැබැවින්ම නිදහස් යැයි බැලූ පමනින් පෙනන පරිසරයක විමුක්තිය ගැන කතා කිරීම මදක් විහිලු සහගත යැයි ඔබට සිතෙනු ඇත. ඇත්තෙන්ම පරිසරය නිදහස් ද? ලක්ශ්මන් කදිරගාමර් ආයතනයේ වර්තාවකට අනුව ලංකාව වසරකට 1.5 ටොන් මිලියනයක් වූ ප්ලාස්ටික් අපද්‍රව්‍ය බැහැරට මුදාහරී.එසේ බැහැර වන ප්‍රාමානයෙන් නිසි ප්‍රතිචක්‍රීකරණ ක්‍රියාවකට යොමු නොවන...

The ban on single use and short term use of plastics

  The ban on single use and short term use of plastics will come into effect from 31st March by the Extraordinary Gazette Notification No. 2211/51 dated 21st January 2021 regarding the regulation of plastics.Accordingly, the ban applies to polyethylene terephthalate (PET) or polyvinyl chloride (PVC) liquid for packaging agrochemicals used in any process, trade...

Your contribution to environmental liberation.

You may find it a bit ridiculous to talk about the liberation of the natural environment where the mind seeks freedom and you seem to be truly free, approaching to be free for a moment. Is the environment really free? According to a report by Lakshman Kadirgamar, Sri Lanka emits 1.5 million tons of plastic...

A plastic-free kitchen

Our kitchens filled with cheap plastic. Isn’t it ugly? Don’t like For a kitchen without plastics? All these are made by our people. we have to buy. let’s find them! Let’s find out and introduce it to the whole country!

Why don’t we try to make wooden toothbrushes in Sri Lanka?

Is there no way we can prevent this great damage which happening to us without our awareness? An investor who can invest in this, an entrepreneur who can make these wooden toothbrushes, don’t we have really? The time has come for us to focus our attention and effort on producing such an eco-friendly product that...

Let’s develop the coir industry

Read only those who remember our “coir broom” when saw the plastic broom. In the past, when we went to school, we saw elderly and middle-aged women in nearby houses spinning ropes and making brooms. But now all those people have phones. so they waste both their money and time. In the past, when the...

Bamboo water bottles in Sri Lanka too..

We have talented designers like this, but it is difficult for them to develop because they do not have a suitable marketplace. We also easily pick up an ugly plastic bottle from the nearest store. The solution to this is to create a market for such designs and make them easy to buy. That’s exactly...

Use of plastic garlands banned

It was revealed that the sacred area as well as the country is facing severe environmental problems due to the polythene garlands currently being sold in the sacred places throughout the country. The number of devotees who visit the Kataragama Sacred Area is annually around 03 million and the number of polythene garlands they buy...

Let’s think differently

Plastics and polythene, which are the leading polluters of the environment, are increasingly being used by the general public based on their ease of use. But as individuals, you can build self-discipline and take different steps to reduce the use of plastics. As a example Instead of a plastic bottle, you can use a glass,...