Tag: Go Green

Sporting way to say no to plastic

Who says cricket is all about entertainment? Since the launch of T20 cricket in 2008, the game has earned the mega-entertainment tag and has inspired several other Premier Leagues for sports, one of them being TNPL. Sharon Ply is TNPL2019 Strength Partner and the…

How much Plastic do Humans consume?

How much Plastic do humans consume? If you thought that was an odd question, you’d be surprised to learn that an average human consumes the equivalent of one credit card per week! One third of all plastic the world produces ends up in our…

World Environment Day – Sharon Ply Cares

Sharon Ply has undertaken yet another initiative to mark the World Environment Day on June 5, 2019 – for every share of a  video that Sharon Ply has posted on Facebook, the environmentally conscious firm has vowed to distribute/plant saplings and seed balls. Trees…

Plastic Pollution – How bad is it?

Plastic pollution is caused due to the accumulation of the waste plastic material in the environment. Plastic is a non-biodegradable substance. It doesn’t get disposed off in the soil or water and its effect is worse when burnt. It is thus a challenge to…

R.I.P Mr. Single Use Plastic

It is with great happiness we announce the death of SUPB (Single Use Plastic Bag) on January 1st, 2019 in Tamil Nadu. He was an inseparable part of our daily lives. Though immortal in nature, we bid him farewell because we were all irresponsible…

Plastic-Free Shopping Bag distribution at Kovai Pazhamudhir Nilayam, Chennai

Sharon Plywoods is committed to the cause of eliminating single-use plastic and, in this regard, have been undertaking various initiatives for spreading awareness. With the recent ban on single-use plastic in TN, people have been looking for alternatives for the ubiquitous material and distribution…

Decomposition rates of Single-Use Plastic

Other than the obvious threat posed by plastic to marine life and city dwellers, plastic waste also occupies a lot of space in landfills since they take several years to decompose, if at all. They also leech harmful chemicals into the environment while breaking…