Oorvi in Sanskrit Language means ‘Earth’ and we pledge to do our bit to save Planet Earth.
To bring about a Social change, a Mindset change, a Lifestyle change
To make our planet healthy and safe for future generations
To eliminate Single use /disposable plastics which are having a catastrophic impact on the biodiversity of our planet
Non-biodegradable waste is material which will not be decomposed by natural processes. These waste products have long lasting effects on landfills where the toxic pollutants often contaminate ground water. They cannot be broken down by the environment, air, sunlight, water or ground soil substances and often lead to outgassing resulting in emissions of certain toxic pollutants.
One such example of a non-biodegradable waste is ‘Plastic’. Plastic pollution involves the accumulation of plastic products in the environment that adversely affects the wildlife, wildlife habitats and the human race. The prominence of plastic pollution is correlated to plastics being more durable and inexpensive- thereby making them the prime reasons for their universal appeal and consumption. Plastics are either non – biodegradable or degrade very slow. Therefore, we MUST aim to create environmentally friendly and rapidly biodegradable solutions as alternatives and raise high levels of awareness about this global concern.
Join us in our campaign #MyBitForMyPlanet and do your bit for our planet. Show our planet that you care and become a Green Champion. Just a small change in your lifestyle/attitude and a consistent effort to influence those you are connected to, could make our planet healthy and safe for future generations.
Do you have an environment friendly achievement which you want to share?
Created something which is sustainable and eco-friendly?
Been a part of an innovative idea which could protect our environment?
Or something as simple as you have resolved to use the bicycle one a day a week?
Have organised an eco-friendly birthday party for your child?
Decided to only drive an electric or hybrid car?
Given up any drink sold in plastic bottles?………the list could go on and the ideas could be inexhaustible.
Send us your experience/ story/ pictures which we will share with our community via social media. Your story could motivate and inspire many others. We need your help to build this Earth-friendly community