We have all heard about and read about oil spills in the ocean, killing marine life and harming ecosystems around the world. Equally deadly are oil spills on land. And chemical solutions to treat them end up harming the environment too. The answer lies in nature.
Most food we consume nowadays is contaminated in some way or another. Not just processed foods, but even fresh produce. And one of the major contributors to this chemical contamination are the cleaning agents we use at home.
Solid waste management is fast becoming an urban crisis in cities all across India. Managing this will require individuals to also support civic bodies and be conscious of the waste they generate. An ideal start would be waste segregation and for all housing societies to start composting organic waste.
One of the biggest issues affecting health, hygiene, sanitation, air and water quality and how our cities step into the future is urban waste management. Mountains of garbage dotting landfills all over urban India are not just an eyesore but an urgent crisis we need to resolve immediately.
Keeping washrooms odour-free is one of the biggest challenges at offices everywhere. Using air fresheners is not the solution because they don’t address the root cause. The solution is our OB Care range of products.
Keeping golf courses lush green with sparkling blue water is one of the biggest challenges for golf course managers around the world. Especially when you factor in the cost to the environment. We have a solution, backed by nature and research, that can help.
Hair is very intricately linked with self-confidence in humans. For cancer patients and survivors, hair loss due to disease and treatments can take a huge toll on their confidence levels. But hair donations can help these survivors regain their confidence.
Aquaculture is one of the fastest-growing food production systems in the world today, responsible for over 50% of the total seafood globally. Which makes it imperative that fish disease is discussed and acted upon urgently to ensure aquaculture remains sustainable.
In countries like Nigeria, where agriculture is riddled with a host of challenges, there is a growing need to look at alternative ways to fuel the economy and introduce safer and more sustainable practices. Microbiome technology is the answer.
Everywhere you go, you will see the virtues of antibacterial cleaning being touted by all and sundry. But the entire antibacterial approach to cleaning is actually causing us more harm than we know and we need to ask ourselves if antibacterial chemicals deserve a place in our homes, offices and environment.