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Efforts on to turn ITS first plastic free zone institution in Tamenglong

The Rainforest Club Tamenglong in collaboration with The Corbett Foundation conducted a seminar on Waste and Sustainability at Immanuel Theological Seminary, Tamenglong.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 7 Sept 2022, 4:53 pm

(Photo by IRFC Tamenglong)
(Photo by IRFC Tamenglong)

The Immanuel Theological Seminary (ITS) is working towards becoming the first plastic free zone institution in Tamenglong district of Manipur. The initiative is a part of the objective of a seminar on waste management held at the institute.

The one-day seminar on waste management was organised at ITS on September 6 by The Rainforest Club in collaboration with The Corbett Foundation. Around 46 students and 14 teaching and non-teaching staffs took part in the seminar.

Mordecai Panmei, director of The Rainforest Club Tamenglong, spoke on waste management, while Tunchapbou, ITS president, assured on working towards making the ITS campus a “Plastic Free Zone”.

"ITS, Tamenglong is the first institution in the district to have taken up on working towards Plastic Free Zone and it will be the role model for the district as a whole," he said.

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During the seminar, The Corbett Foundation, supported by IndiGo Reach, presented a notice board for the college and two books on environmental guide for teachers.

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