Greetings, fellow environmentalists. If you’re reading this, we want to express our heartfelt gratitude for supporting us and making an informed and sustainable environmental choice. We at Bhu Eco Store strive to be true to the ideas of sustainability by procuring our resources directly from farmers and conducting thorough research prior to introducing our items to you. Our main goal is to assist you in starting your sustainable journey and guiding you through it with our interesting and educational content on social media. We go above and above to ensure that the product’s carbon footprint is as small as possible from order to delivery. Apart from the environment, we believe in and take action to support farmers, poor women, and small businesses.
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We’re a tiny business based in Pune, and that’s where it all started. Pune isn’t the same as it was a decade ago. Garbage is stacking up on every corner and roadside; roads are congested, and water is blocking. We discovered that the issue is with waste management and the sheer volume of waste generated.
We’ve identified the issue; now it’s time to start on a solution. On a most basic level, waste can be divided into two types. There are two types of biodegradable materials: biodegradable and non-biodegradable. We focused on finding alternatives for all of the non-biodegradable findings in the waste pile where waste separation was a primary concern.
Polythene bags are used to buy vegetables, groceries, as shopping bags, and afterward as waste collection bin liners. In October of 2017, we initiated an awareness walk and partnered with a number of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to raise pollution awareness. It was a long road from 3 rs for a polybag to 25 rs for a cotton bag that can be reused, and we’re still working on it.
In addition, we began producing cotton bags, which are sewn by underprivileged women in Pune. They donate to our cause, and we provide them with job prospects.
Then we saw plastic toothbrushes, cutlery, and polythene bags are thrown away with little consideration for where they would end up. The majority of it cannot be recycled. It’s really awful. It’ll get into our system through marine life and as microplastics.
We’ve been looking for substitutes for the things we use on a regular basis. We’ve gradually found alternatives to the following. These may seem like little and insignificant changes to you, but they are substantial when we consider our planet.