MUMBAI:06 June :- Environment Minister Ramdas Kadam today said that the ban on the use of chemical fertilizers used for agriculture after the plastic ban has started.
Mr. Kadam was speaking at the environmental award ceremony of the World Environment Day organized in Yashwantrao Chavan Pratishthan. State Minister Praveen Potte-Patil, Additional Chief Secretary Satish Gavai, Member Secretary of Maharashtra Pollution Control Board Dr. P. Annalgun was present.
Mr. Kadam said, the whole world has decided to ban plastic. The people of Maharashtra are also aware of the effects of the plastic, and the citizens themselves have been using plastic bags to discard the carry bags of plastic. The rivers, seas and sea beaches are full of plastic items. The result is on human life as well as on biodiversity. The amount of carbon dioxide increased. Temperature has increased.
Therefore, farmers are facing drought. Due to the chemical fertilizers used in farming, the number of toxic components in food grains has increased. So many people in the family have been suffering from various diseases. Therefore, the Environment Department is considering banning chemical fertilizers even after plastic ban. I will not use plastic items. Caribag will not use. 100 percent of the plastic will be banned if the message is used in household appliances.
NMC, NP And Gram Panchayat Award –
Environment Minister Ramdas Kadam announced today that a grant of Rs 10 lakh will be given to every panchayat in each of the state’s Municipal Corporations, 25 lakhs, 15 lakhs, and six gram panchayats.
Minister of State Pote-Patil said that the Environment Department has successfully carried out the work of capturing mission plastic ban. Due to the plastics due to the flooding of rivers, severe illness due to the use of plastic products, and the increase in temperature, the anxiety around the world has increased. If each person gives information about plastic ban decisions for at least 100 people, your state will be releasing one hundred percent of plastic.
Mr. Gavai said, the information about plastic ban has reached the village. This movement has received the form of a movement. Tamil Nadu State has also decided to ban plastic law from January 1, 2019 after seeing the response to its state. He appealed citizens to use eco-friendly items.
Initially Mr. Anbalgan informed about the effects of the plastic from the introduction and explained the planning of the program. The award was given to the winners of Vasundhara Award, minor film competition, photocon competition winners. Similarly, the Environmental Specialist of the Republic of the Republic was released. Launch of Air Quality Monitoring Scheme, plastic ban mobile phone launch was launched in this program. Similarly, the online computer system of Bio-medical waste management was inaugurated. Public Relations Officer Sanjay Bhuskute has been formulating the program. Finally, the oath of plastic ban was given to all.