Perfect Example of Waste Utilization

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We often see gardens or structures made out of waste. One can go and Buy SKF Bearings in the market and will see them functioned on the recycled wastes. Along with the tag of Buy SKF Bearings, people can also find nuts and bolts also pinned down. Also with the tag of Buy SKF Bearings, one can also buy nuts and bolts too. Let’s see some of such recycled monuments.


An age old lesson about the three R’s – Recycle, Reduce and Reuse. At times we do all these, but at a domestic level. Government went a step ahead and installed two sets of dustbins, green for biodegradable and blue for non-biodegradable. We all know how successful the initiative was.

But people in my city, Delhi, are talking about this new and better move. And boy! This one is like killing two birds with one stone. Yes! I am talking about the Waste To Wonder

Waste To Wonder is a theme park, exhibiting the seven wonders of the world. But the best part is that it is eco-friendly and it actually lived up to that lesson of 3 Rs. The wonders are actually made from industrial waste. Approximately 150 tonnes of scrap was used from the Municipal Corporation of Delhi’s scrap yard. This waste included vehicle auto parts, made from rods, iron sheets, nuts and bolts.

People keen on visiting the true example of ‘Best Out Of Waste’ should know that it is situated in Rajiv Gandhi Smriti Van, near Sarai Kale Khan, New Delhi. While this place has set a big example of recycling and reusing, one thing that is not reducing is the crowd turn up. You will never find the park empty. With the replicas of all the seven Wonders, it itself has become a wonder for us Delhites.

One bird was the recycling concept, another one – tourism. The ticket pricing is set at Rs 50. A visit to this park will not cost anything to a senior citizen or a Government school student. The price of the ticket is affordable for every person. And without a doubt I can say that it will boost Delhi Tourism.

Speaking of the Wonders, the Waste to Wonders has a 20-feet replica of India’s very own wonder, The Taj Mahal. 18-feet long replica of Great Pyramids of Giza has been brought to us straight from Egypt while the 60-feet replica of the wondrous Eiffel Tower from the city of love, Paris adds beauty to the park.

How can God’s blessings be left behind? Rio de Janeiro’s Christ the Redeemer left his very own replica of 25 feets to bestow his blessings. Two of Italian Wonders too? Mamma Mia! The 25-feet replica of The Leaning Tower of Pisa and the15-feet tall replica of the world’s largest amphitheatre, The Colosseum. Last but not the least is the 30-feet tall replica of The Statue of Liberty.

A great initiative made by the Delhi Government, and I hope it stands tall as a great example of recycling and reusing, as it is a place where leisure collides with our duty towards nature.





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