Satyamev Jayate Season 2 Episode 3 – Don’t Waste Your Garbage

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    Anjanpur685Miles 6 years ago

    In Bangalore, we started doing this wet and dry waste segregation and then treating the wet waste for our building in-house. The garbage quantity reduced by almost 80% and the garbage truck driver got angry and refused to collect the garbage (dry waste) for couple of days 🙂 . Finally they had to collect it and Bangalore almost everywhere now this segregation is happening.

    I wish they had shown more of what you can do in-house for a small apartment/buildings with wet waste.

    • Ipman 6 years ago

      yes.I also felt they didnt show more of what one can do on individual level.i always felt smj should have been a road travel show rather than a drawing room debate in the sets. i think this was one episode where going to the streets was a necessity to create impact. the topic was good. presentation was theoritical which we have read so many times in school books.

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        Anjanpur685Miles 6 years ago

        Yes, a basic atleast 5/10 mins demo of what exactly is dry and wet waste was needed. Without that this can not be done on individual level. (though he mentioned to see that visit the site, its was important to be included in the show itself) . In Bangalore, we had it in many places (a demo/explanation) where social workers explained in detail.

  2. hithere 6 years ago

    Good episode.
    In US, we pay for garbage disposal and it is mandated by city. Most of us have 3 bins and they collect it once a week. At work there are 3 bins everywhere (garbage, recycle and compost).Plastic has been banned for grocery in many cities. You need to take your bags. And you need to pay for plastic bottle to the state which is collected when we pay for stuff. In California there is electronic disposal fee with things like TV.

  3. aryan 6 years ago

    Good episode Satyamev Jayatey Part 2 looks better than Part 1.
    Liked the last 2 episode on Police and second and Don’t waste your garbage.

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    Anjanpur685Miles 6 years ago

    Tomm episode is supposedly on corruption in India.

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    Anjanpur685Miles 6 years ago

    Today’s Satyamev Jayate is copied from this:

    It starts with this concept of paying tax. Also SJ2 episode today advocated the Swaraj concept.

    It gave an example of Karanata ores being exploited by private companies. Obviously Reliance being sponsor, Aamir team cant take Ambani example.

    Today’s episode was indirectly supporting AAP in every way.

    • Ipman 6 years ago

      “Today’s episode was indirectly supporting AAP in every way.” yes. and aamir even spoke the same line which arvind said in an interview some weeks ago “humaare desh ke andar paisa bahut hai” 😀

    • sputnik 6 years ago

      BJP/Modi supporters on twitter are bashing Aamir and Satyamev Jayate for today’s show 🙂

      They are tweeting Aamir’s Haj pictures with Shahid Afridi and Maulana Tariq Jameel and calling Tariq Jameel as Mullah/Terrorist.

      • Ipman 6 years ago

        “BJP/Modi supporters on twitter are bashing Aamir and Satyamev Jayate for today’s show”

        for what? speaking the truth?

    • hithere 6 years ago

      I am for accountability of public officials but I am against swaraj.
      Swaraj concept sounds good on paper but in in practice will cause havoc. We can not have system of check and balance at every lowest level. Think of situation where local Jats vote out Muslims in Muzaffarnagar, just because they have more people on their side. Some things needs unbiased State to be at helm.

      ps – Hamaare desh mei paisa bahut hai but hum karz mei bhi doobe hue hain. Companies expand either by reinvesting from their profit stream or take loan and expect the rate of return is more than their borrowing rate. BTW The situation in US is not much different.

      • sputnik 6 years ago

        Swaraj concept should be for what a locality wants the money to be used for – do they want the street lights first or a road or so on.

        But they shouldn’t be deciding criminal cases and they shouldn’t be meting out social justice. Whether someone married out of caste or religion should be none of their business and they should not be ostracizing/ejecting people or handing out death sentences.

        • hithere 6 years ago

          Even in that case people with more power take most of the resources. Suppose you have to make a dumpster for your locality. Who wants a dumpster in front/relatively near of their house?

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            Anjanpur685Miles 6 years ago

            Valid question. I have seen various ‘society’ fights over this.

            I am still not sure of what all rights should be delegated, but yes they should not be metering out justice.

          • sputnik 6 years ago

            Well I don’t think anyone will want a dumpster in front of their house 🙂

            I am not sure if the Swaraj concept lets people decide the location. I was thinking it would let them decide that a street/locality needs a new dumpster. I would think the municipal authorities will decide the appropriate location.

            I have not read Swaraj in any detail but I think it needs to be a equal rights/voting thing not 5 guys with power deciding and the rest agreeing.

          • hithere 6 years ago

            SWARAJ by Arvind Kejriwal

            ps – I haven’t read.

    • sputnik 6 years ago

      Agree with you that the first part of Satyamev Jayate corruption episode was copied from this video.

      Watched the episode on TV today. Good episode on corruption, RTI, Grievance Redressal and Swaraj.

      The Karanata ores part was the best part. And they had a positive part on Andhra Pradesh. Agree on “Obviously Reliance being sponsor, Aamir team cant take Ambani example.”

      Yes the episode was indirectly supporting AAP in every way but there was also that messiah comment which made it seem neutral.

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