Environmental Protection

Plastic Recycling Technology 2014

Plastic Up- cycling project

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Transforming Plastic Pollution Into eco- solutions

Sacred Earth Trust are proud to launch an exciting project to transform the city of Bodhgaya's plastic pollution problem into a sustainable building solution. Through implementing low-cost, leading-edge up-cycling and earthquake resilient building technologies, this project will develop an Eco-Learning and plastic up-cycling centre out of compressed plastic blocks. To show living examples of zero waste initiatives and be a catalyst in the region for transforming problematic waste into vital resources for sanitation issues and income generation.

Read about the project here  zero waste solutions

 

We can only make this happen with your support! Please help and make a donation
 

 

Environmental Protection

We care about our environment and have been involved in many clean up operations in an effort to reduce plastic waste and toxicity from the land. We work with other groups and organisations to achieve our goals.

Clean up projects have been happening in the surrounding villages.

 

Local monastery participate in community action 2008   Buddha Garden Bodhgaya project in Pachatti village

 

Local assistance  Adriaan of Buddha Garden Holland

 

Engaging local people to participate in working together to keep their environment clean through practical action programs. Some of these have included door to door collection programs in a nearby village.

Before                                                                                         After

Clean up with monks & volunteers.     JCB digger brought in for the job

Mostly plastic waste                                   Local government assistance

 


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