India-Australia one-day cricket match remained zero waste. India-Australia one-day cricket match remained zero waste, 3 tons of waste disposed
Compost made from wet waste through mobile composting.
India-Australia one-day cricket match remained zero waste, 3 tons of waste disposed
Indore. The one-day cricket match between India and Australia at Holkar Stadium was zero waste. The Municipal Corporation had made preparations for this. Three tons of garbage came out of the stadium in one day. Dry waste will be segregated in 13 types and sold to recycling industries. Wet waste was converted into fertilizer by mobile composting. For this, the corporation had given training to the stadium house keeping team. To implement the zero waste theme, the cleaning staff of the corporation was present in and around the stadium during the match. A ban was imposed on carrying posters of fours and sixes inside the stadium. Emphasis was laid on using cloth flag instead of plastic tricolor. Mixed fabric was used in the flex installed for branding in the stadium. Cloth bags will be made from these flakes. Plastic bottles will be used for decorative purposes.