PLASTIC FREE DARJEELING: A Silent Revolution at St Teresa’s

St. Teresa's Students using plastic to make household items

A silent revolution is taking place at St Teresa’s School, Darjeeling. Here students are using plastic waste to create household items. They are using this as a tool to educate people abut the menace of plastic pollution.

Among the various groups that had participated in Plastic Freedom Challenge and Himalayan Cleanup, St. Teresa’s have continued to find ways to bring awareness about plastic pollution, and inspire people to reduce our dependency on our plastics.

Thank You St. Teresa’s for inspiring us all, we hope all other schools and institutions will also take up similar steps to curb plastic menace in our hills.


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