The Rotary Club’s department of wastage management together with The EmPeace LABS Club Ananda Bhumi Boarding school in Kathmandu and other clubs in the school, organized a day training for parents and relatives about the management of domestic solid waste and the role of Vermicomposting useful in health care indirect prevention and in a sustainable agriculture as organic fertilizers.
Parents and relatives of the students were invited and one expert from the Rotary club (Prof. Dr. Shova Tamrakar) was present to lecture the audience specifically on the role of Vermicomposting in health care management. At first, the coordinator of the EmPeace LABS Club (Sudesh Babu Pariyar) entertained the participants on the definition of Solid waste, their effects on the environment and society, the recycling process and then the necessity of well managing the waste from households, which not only preserves the environment and family itself, but can be turned as well into for profit activities; several examples were given and presented to illustrate those ideas. (The Power-point presentation attached will provide you with more details and photos).
In the other hand, Prof. Shova focused more on the role of Vermicomposting in health care management. Literally, the topic seemed too high for the audience, but the idea behind was very simple. He first presented the Sources of Health Care Waste, problems resulting from the mismanagement of Organic waste, the definition and process of Vermicomposting, and the key results from using vermicomposting rather than chemicals. The same, the powerpoint presentation attached will again provide you with more details and illustrations.
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