GREEN AND CLEAN 77 PROJECT
The environment cell of AFBI Green and Clean 77 efficiently working in two projects solid waste management and planting trees targeted to green world 2013. Green and clean has start working in 2019 planting the trees and delivering the seedlings of trees to general public with awareness of green house effect. Every year C & G 77 promotes to season of planting moon soon and spring. Above 2000 trees planted in city of Mirpur and its country sides. Solid waste management plant is in process to convert solid waste into use full material.
Clean and Green 77
Today’s talk is all about “green;” that universal symbol of value, respect and concern for the life-sustaining processes and cycles of the natural environment system, of which we all are a part. Those same processes determine our health and quality of life that we, as humans, can adversely affect and alter by our activities if wastes are not managed properly.
Traditionally, the concept of “green” has centered on preventing pollution, minimizing waste and recycling, all to prevent unwanted matter from harming the natural environment. The concepts of clean and “green” are complimentary. Clean is a condition free of unwanted matter, with matter being any substance that has mass and is influenced by gravity. Substances are solids, liquids and gases and can be living or non-living. Matter can be measured and described quantitatively. Conversely, unwanted matter is any substance that obstructs human endeavors, poses a risk or causes an undesirable or adverse effect. Often this type of matter is referred to as pollution, although it goes by other names, such as wastes, soils, dirt, dust, trash and pathogenic microorganisms.
Cleaning is the method used to achieve a clean environment. It can best be viewed as a fundamental environmental management process of putting unwanted matter in its proper place. This ensures an environment that is sustainable and functioning.
Cleaning also is a systematic, science-based process. When applied to environments and environmental sub-compartments, that process is comprised of specifying and understanding the nature and characteristics of what is to be made free of unwanted matter, such as pollution or soils. It also locates, identifies and understands the physical, chemical or biological characteristics of the unwanted matter to be removed; separates and contains the matter prior to removal; transports and removes the unwanted substance from the environment or the object to be cleaned; and properly disposes or repositions the matter so as not to degrade or harm other environments or the natural environmental system.
The question then becomes how clean is clean 77?
In the tradition of environmental health clean is perceived on three levels: sterilization, disinfection and sanitation. For an environment to be considered sterile it must be 100 percent contamination-free. Sterilization can be achieved, although it is extremely difficult since in routine cleaning items and places—as a rule—are not sterilized.
An environment is considered disinfected if the vast majority (99 percent) of its harmful substances are removed or made safe. The pathogens most threatening to humans also must be eliminated. A disinfected condition only can be achieved with considerable work and energy.
Sanitary environments are cleaned to the extent that general health is protected. Some contamination, however, is present and an acceptable risk level for disease exists. At a minimum, cleaning always must attain a state of “sanitation,” since unsanitary conditions pose a likely health risk. Cleaning is designed to rectify any risky conditions. Environments must be cleaned regularly to keep them sanitary. If the health risk has not improved to a sanitary level, cleaning has not been accomplished.
Effective cleaning removes unwanted matter to the greatest or optimum extent possible. Doing so ensures acceptable risk—the reduced probability of an adverse effect for humans, their valuables and the natural environment—from exposure to such matter. By virtue of this definition and its thoughtful design, effective cleaning fully protects the environment.