Expert Urge Government to Ratify Basel Ban Amendment

ESDO in association with Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives – GAIA has organized a Media Briefing on ‘Significance of implementing Basel Amendment to Stop Trans-boundary Movement of Hazardous Plastic Waste’ on 18th March 2021 in a city restaurant of Dhanmondi. The session was inaugurated by Syed Marghub Morshed, Former Secretary Govt. of Bangladesh and Chairperson, […] Read more »



Environmentally Sound Management ULAB An Urgent Need in Bangladesh

The government should initiate environmentally sound management (ESM) and regulate unauthorized ULAB recycling to prevent health risk and environmental pollution. Experts express their concern on informal recycling of used lead-acid battery throughout the country in a Capacity Building Workshop organized by the Environment and Social Development Organization – ESDO in collaboration with the UN Environment […] Read more »



Building Zero Waste Communities For a Pollution Free Environment in Bangladesh

ESDO organised community consultations along with CBO formation respectively on  14th February to educate and encourage community people to practice waste management for sustainable living. The consultation held at Betgari Union, Rangpur. To support this initiative of ESDO; Upazila chairman of Betgari Union, Senior Journalists, academicians and members of civil society were present at those […] Read more »



Mobile Campaign on Building Toxic Plastic Free Environment in Bangladesh

To make the people aware of the hazardous effects of toxic plastic, Environment and Social Development Organization- ESDO had arranged a day-long mobile campaign on “Building Toxic Plastic Free Environment in Bangladesh” on 14th February 2021 in some distinct places of Dhaka city. The campaign had started from TSC, University of Dhaka at 10 am. […] Read more »



Community Consultation on Sustainable and Proper Waste Management

Environment and Social Development Organization-ESDO organized a community consultation on ‘Sustainable Waste Management’ at Lalmatia Housing Society School and College on 6 February 2021. This session aimed to share the concept of a waste-free lifestyle with the community people of Lalmatia and gather their opinions on this issue. This program also focused on sharing the […] Read more »



Webinar on “Youth Participation towards Single-Used Plastic and to Build Zero ...

ESDO in association with Plastic Solution Fund-PSF has organized a Webinar on “Developing Environmental Awareness and Eco-Friendly Behavior” on 31st January 2021. The session aimed to encourage youth for initiating responsiveness for abandoning the use of Single Plastic to support zero waste community. With this initiative, ESDO targeted to find out some promising environmental defenders […] Read more »



Press Briefing on “Air Pollution in Bangladesh”

ESDO, one of the strongest vocals against air pollution in Bangladesh, organized a Press Briefing on 28 December (Monday), 2020 to discuss the present scenario of air pollution in Bangladesh and especially in Dhaka city. The focused point of this briefing was to launch the study report on the air pollution scenario of Dhaka city […] Read more »



ESDO Advocates for Ban Single-Use Plastics

ESDO, one of the strongest vocals against plastic pollution in Bangladesh, organized a project inception workshop held virtually through Zoom. Distinguished high-level government and policy officials discussed the issue where Mr. Mahmud Hasan, Honorable Additional Secretary (Environment) of Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change – MoEFCC, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh will […] Read more »



“Lead and Used Lead Acid Battery (ULAB) Recycling”

Among many issues related to the burning concern of environmental pollution, toxic chemicals impacts are gradually drawing attention to the global and national policy. One such rising concern is the ramifications of the Lead Acid Batteries (LAB) and Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB). This category of batteries has long been used due to its efficiency […] Read more »



Webinar on Brand Audit 2020 on Single Use plastic

To create awareness on safeguarding the environment from the harmful consequences of single-use plastic, Environment and Social Development Organization-ESDO organized ‘Brand Audit’ from 19th September to 22nd September, 2020 at Dhaka city, Rangpur city and other districts. This year due to COVID – 19 pandemic situation, ESDO thought of an alternative way to observe the […] Read more »



Press Briefing On ‘The Rise in Asbestos–Cancer Concerns with Johnson...

To express the solidarity with the global campaign of ‘J & J Global Week of Action’ ESDO organized a virtual media briefing to talk about the chemical contents of Johnson and Johnson talc-based baby powder in Bangladesh and to sensitize the government to take initiatives to facilitate laboratory-based test for alleged cancer-causing asbestos in J […] Read more »



International Plastic Bag Free Day- E-poster Launch

On the occasion of international plastic bag free day 2020, ESDO has formally launched an e-poster with a view to heightening awareness regarding the implementation of plastic bag ban regulation worldwide. The plastic bag is the single most issue of plastic pollution and marine litter globally and relating to coronavirus, COVID-19 virus transmits through plastic […] Read more »



International Plastic Bag Free Day 3rd July, 2020 – A Webinar Arranged by ...

The plastic bag is the single most issue of plastic pollution and marine litter globally and relating to coronavirus, COVID-19 virus transmits through plastic bags and other single-use plastics. And for that reason on the occasion of “International Plastic bag free day 2020”, experts and activists from around the world emphasize on plastic bag ban […] Read more »



ESDO’s Online Press Briefing on COVID-19 Pandemic Outbreak 14,500 Tons of ...

The hygiene measures to avoid Novel Corona virus infection are recently making a huge consumer base for single use plastic commodities. In the first month of official lockdown to prevent Corona virus outbreak in Bangladesh, around 14,500 tons of hazardous plastic waste has emerged from the use of single use surgical face masks, hand gloves […] Read more »



ESDO Urges Ensuring Safety and Health for the Frontline Workers

The International Workers’ Day this year is coming in the midst of a global pandemic, when work safety and health of the frontline and essential workers in fighting COVID-19 pandemic has now become a pressing issue. And also safety of limitedly opened industrial workers are becoming an issue now, as the garments industries are resuming […] Read more »



Consuming Hazardous Single Use Plastic on Rise In Novel Corona Virus Pandemic

22nd April, 2020, Dhaka: The Earth Day is observing 50th anniversary of this global movement. But this grand occasion of celebration comes in a situation when the world is adjusting to the new reality of living with the COVID-19 pandemic to fight with Fifty years ago, Earth Day became the people’s largest protest in the […] Read more »



Experts, activists urge Govt. to ban Single Use Plastic by 2021

Mymensingh, 15th February, 2020: Single Use Plastic Pollution is an emerging environmental concern. Every year more than 87000 tons of Single Use Plastic is being discarded in Bangladesh according to a study report of Environment and Social Development Organization – ESDO in 2019. Considering the serious health threats posed by plastic, manufacture and use of […] Read more »



DNCC & DSCC Election Posters waste gets 2500 Ton More Than Ten Thousand Ton...

Dhaka, 28 January, 2020: More than ten thousand ton of laminated plastic waste is generated from different sources in Dhaka every year, which causes health hazards and environmental havoc. ESDO has conducted a Study on “Thermal lamination films: An Incising Health Hazards and Environmental Havoc of Dhaka City”, which focused exclusively on laminated posters, leaflets, […] Read more »



Press Statement on “ESDO Hails High Court Ruling Ban on Single-Use Plastic”

We are grateful to the High Court of  Bangladesh for their ruling (06 January,2020) on enforcement of existing ban on polythene bags and failure to control use of single use plastic and, order to develop & implement work plan to control use of single use plastic & find safe alternatives by 2021. On behalf of […] Read more »



Press Briefing on “Online selling of illegal mercury-laced skin lighteners...

Amazon, eBay among websites found selling illegal mercury-laced skin lighteners. In Bangladesh, Daraz-a leading online shopping site is selling illegal mercury containig (934.33-116600 ppm Hg) skin lightening creams 158 products tested in 12 countries: 60% contained too much mercury Some products had tens of thousands of times more mercury than legal limit International coalition of […] Read more »



Human Chain to observe BFFP Global Week of Action 2019

Dhaka, 14th November, 2019: The top 5 global plastic polluters are Coca-Cola, Unilever, Nestle, Pepsico, Mondelez International has been identified. The global contributors to the plastic pollution identified from the brand audit conducted by Break free from plastic globally in September, 2019. As part of Global Week of Action under the Break Free from Plastic movement, […] Read more »



Workshop on ‟Single Use Plastic: Hidden Costs of Health and Environment in Ban...

Dhaka, 3rd November, 2019:  Every year, about 87,000 tonnes of single-use plastic are thrown away in Bangladesh. The findings revealed from ESDO study. Considering the serious health and environment impact, single use plastic needs to be banned as soon as possible. An awareness and consultation workshop entitled “Single Use Plastic: Hidden Cost of Health and Environment” was […] Read more »



Round table meeting observing “International Lead Poisoning Prevention Week of...

Dhaka, 27th October, 2019:  Activists and experts urged the Government to ban lead paint and enact a law to protect children health and environment. They said, it’s an urgent need for the country to take serious regulatory steps. To observe the “International Lead Poisoning Prevention Week of Action 2019”, Environment & Social Development Organization-ESDO organized a round […] Read more »



Human Chain observing “International Lead Poisoning Prevention Week of Action ...

Dhaka, 26th October, 2019:   Dust from lead paint is still the number one source of childhood lead poisoning. So focusing this on the event of International Lead Poisoning Prevention Week-2019 under the theme of ‘Learn the Risk, Join the Action, Eliminate Lead Paint’ a human chain was formed in front of National Press Club on Saturday at […] Read more »



Press Briefing on Study Report Launching ‘Single Use Plastic: Hidden Costs of ...

Dhaka, 21st October, 2019:  Every year, about 87,000 tonnes of single-use plastic are thrown away in Bangladesh. The findings revealed from ESDO study. The study findings were disclosed through a press briefing arranged by Environment and Social Development Organization-ESDO on Monday at its head office. This year ESDO has completed its second annual survey of plastics use […] Read more »



World Cleanup Day Brand Audit of Single Use Plastics

Rangpur, Bangladesh, 25 September, 2019: Single use plastic creates immense havoc to human and environment in Bangladesh. 100 students of Begum Rokeya University-BRUR are collected 135 kg single use plastics packaging within an hour in the campus. It was determined 130 brands of 90 producers which include corporations like Unliver, Coca-Cola, PRAN, ACME, Bombay Sweets Company, […] Read more »



National Workshop on Harmful Effects of Mercury added Products on Health and Env...

Dhaka, 12th September, 2019: Mercury containing skin lightening cream flooded in Dhaka market; that has the potential risk to health and environment. Considering the severe health threats posed by mercury, manufacture and use of mercury added products should be strictly prohibited. Focusing on the issue, an awareness and consultation workshop entitled ‘’Harmful effects of Mercury Added […] Read more »



School Awareness Program Ujampur Government Primary School, Uttarkhan, Dhaka

On 29th of August, 2019 ESDO organized an environmental awareness campaign entitled “Environmental Education and Awareness Program” at Uzampur Government Primary School, Uttar khan, Dhaka.  A total number of 60 students participated in this program along with 7 teachers and few members from the local development committee. The campaign was launched at about 11 am and lasted […] Read more »



Awareness and Consultation Workshop on Harmful effects of Mercury Amalgam on He...

Dhaka, 30 July, 2019: Considering the serious health and environment impact, mercury dental amalgam needs to be banned as soon as possible. An awareness and consultation workshop on “Harmful effects of Mercury amalgam on health and environment” was jointly organized by Department of Environment (DoE) and Environment and Social Development Organization-ESDO demanded the ban of dental […] Read more »



Round table meeting on “Harmful Effects of Mercury Containing Products on ...

Dhaka, 13 July, 2019: The experts an activist urged the Government to ban mercury added products and emphasized on the harmful impact on mercury causes a serious threat to environment and human health. Mercury pollution has become a global concern now. Focusing on this a roundtable meeting with media on “Harmful effects of mercury containing products […] Read more »



Mercury Emission Goes Alarming in Bangladesh, Need Urgent Ratification of the Co...

18 April 2019, Dhaka: The Experts emphasized raising awareness to the use of mercury in products and its proper management at a stakeholder workshop. Mercury has a wide usage in various products and industrial processes, posing a serious threat to human health and the environment. Focusing on this a stakeholder workshop on “Mercury Pollution in Bangladesh: […] Read more »



Plastic Monster Campaign

Single-use plastics are threatening the planet’s health. People are waking up to the devastating effects of the persistent material has on the natural environment. The plastic monster campaign held on 18th April, 2020; was a worldwide joint action of #breakfreefromplastic which was initiated to combine the world against single use of plastic. It was mainly an […] Read more »



Press briefing on mercury added products in Bangladesh

Mercury has serious impacts on environment and human health.  A study was conducted by ESDO to assess the country situation of mercury added products, find the availability of its alternatives, suggest people to use suitable mercury free alternative products available in Bangladesh. Based on this study a press briefing was held on 19 March, 2019 at ESDO […] Read more »



Awareness campaign on the impact of single use plastic and sustainable alternati...

Dhaka, 02 March, 2019: The excessive use of Single Use of Plastic may bring a catastrophic scenario in Bangladesh very soon. With a view to encourage mass people to quit single use plastic, Environment and Social Development Organization-ESDO has organized a day long mobile Campaign on 2nd March in different important place in Dhaka. The […] Read more »



Awareness Campaign on Single Use Plastic Pollution in Bangladesh at Daffodil Int...

03 February, 2019, Dhaka: Participating students urge the Govt. to ban Single Use Plastic (SUP) to protect environment and public health. They demanded in an awareness campaign jointly organized by Environment and Social Development Organization-ESDO and Dept. of Environmental Science and Disaster Management (ESDM), Daffodil International University yesterday at University Campus in Dhaka. The participant on […] Read more »



Stop using single use plastic (SUP) To protect human health and Environment

14 November, 2018, Dhaka: Around 250 tons of single use plastics particularly straws and cutleries are discarded every month. The findings revealed from a study.To release the findings of the study entitled “Stop using single use plastic (SUP) to protect human health and Environment”, Environment and Social Development Organization-ESDO called on a press briefing on Wednesday at ESDO’s […] Read more »



An Open Forum on ‘Single Use Plastic: Hidden Cost of Health and Environment’...

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A rally on “Experts, activists urge Govt. to ban Single Use Plastic by 202...

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Press briefing on “Prevalence of plastic lamination use in posters and lea...

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High Court ordered Single Use Plastic Ban by 2021 and Enforce ban on Polythene b...

The High Court division of the Supreme Court in Bangladesh ordered the government to impose ban on single use plastic products by 2021. The HC bench of Justice Moyeenul Islam Chowdhury and Justice Khandaker Diliruzzaman came up with the order following a writ petition jointly filed by 11 rights organizations, including Environment and Social Development […] Read more »



“Single Use Plastic: Hidden costs of Health & Environment in Banglade...

Environment and Social Development Organization-ESDO organized an awareness workshop entitled “Single Use Plastic: Hidden costs of Health &Environment in Bangladesh” to share an initial report on single-use plastic status in Bangladesh.   Read more »



National Workshop on Harmful Effects of Mercury Added Products on Health and Env...

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ESDO organized a school awareness campaign on Plastic and Microbeads pollution a...

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Awareness and Consultation Workshop on Harmful effects of Mercury Amalgam on Hea...

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Round table meeting with media on harmful effects of mercury containing products...

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“ESDO celebrated 29th Founding Day”

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Team of Minamata mercury waste experts at UNEP, Osaka, Japan May 27,2019

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UN Decides to Control Global Plastic Waste Dumping

  UN meeting gives countries the right to refuse unrecyclable, polluting plastics MAY 10, 2019 Geneva, Switzerland —Today, 187 countries took a major step forward in curbing the plastic waste crisis by adding plastic to the Basel Convention, a treaty that controls the movement of hazardous waste from one country to another. The amendments require exporters […] Read more »



On behalf of CSOs Siddika Sultana Executive Director, ESDO & Director of As...

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2019 Meetings of the Conferences of the Parties to the Basel, Rotterdam and Stoc...

On Tuesday, delegates to the 2019 meetings of the Conferences of the Parties (COP) to the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm (BRS) Conventions devoted most of the day to issues of concern to two or more of the Conventions, including international cooperation and coordination, financial resources, and programme of work and budget. In the late afternoon, […] Read more »



Expanded Constituency Workshops 2019 in Mongolia

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As part of Global #PlasticMonster Campaign ESDO organized campaign on #Stop_grow...

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3rd Meeting of the Open-ended Working Group (OEWG3) of the International Confere...

The third meeting of the Open-ended Working Group (OEWG3) of the International Conference on Chemicals Management (ICCM) will take place in Montevideo, Uruguay from 2-4 April 2019. It will be preceded by regional meetings and a technical briefing on 1 April 2019. Executive Director of ESDO and Director of Asian Center for Environmental Health, Ms. […] Read more »



Press Briefing on “Mercury-Added Products : Bangladesh Situation”

Every year, 14772 kg mercury is spreading in our environment, which has serious threat to public health and environment. These findings have come out on a study report, “Mercury added products and Available Alternatives in Bangladesh” published today by Environment and Social Development Organization-ESDO at 11 am at our head office which is placed in […] Read more »



UNEA-4 call off with a new hope to end plastic pollution

The fourth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-4) took place from 11-15 March 2019 in Nairobi, Kenya, at the UN Offices at Nairobi (UNON), organized on the theme of “Innovative solutions for environmental challenges and sustainable consumption and production.” The conference attracted a record number of participants, with five Heads of State and […] Read more »



Single Use Plastics, Marine Liter, Microplastics issues Came Forward for Adoptio...

The fourth session of the UN Environment Assembly (UNEA-4) continued its third day of discussion on 13th March, UNEP headquarters, Nairobi, Kenya. Delegates at UNEA-4 raced to complete negotiations on all outstanding draft resolutions today, in preparation for the High-Level Segment tomorrow. The Committee of the Whole (COW) convened briefly in morning and afternoon plenaries, […] Read more »



Agreement on Five other Draft Resolutions and One Decision on

The fourth session of the UN Environment Assembly (UNEA-4) continued its second day of discussion in formal contact groups and working groups established by its Committee of the Whole (COW). Member States presented national statements in the UNEA-4 plenary in the afternoon. Delegates presented their national actions toward SCP, including, for example, initiatives on water […] Read more »



4th Session of the UN Environment Assembly has kicked Off

The fourth session of the UN Environment Assembly (UNEA-4) opened in Nairobi, Kenya, on Monday. Delegates established a Committee of the Whole (COW), which convened in the afternoon to continue negotiations on draft resolutions that had not been agreed by the end of the fourth Open-Ended Committee of Permanent Representatives (OECPR-4). Dr Shahriar Hossain, Secretary […] Read more »



Urgent Action Needed to Ban Single Use Plastic (SUP)

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Mobile Campaign on Single Use Plastic (SUP) Pollution

The excessive use of Single Use of Plastic may bring a catastrophic scenario in Bangladesh very soon. With a view to encourage mass people to quit single use plastic, Environment and Social Development Organization-ESDO has organized a day long mobile Campaign on 2nd March in different important place in Dhaka. The campaigner took stand in […] Read more »



Vietnam Moving Forward to Ban Dental Amalgam Use by 2020

Vietnamese Health Service Administration Department recommended to stop use of dental amalgam to children under age of 15, pregnant women and lactating women by 1st April 2019. They also recommend developing a road map to stop amalgam use in dentistry by 1st January 2020. A successful high level meeting was conducted on yesterday (06th March,2019) […] Read more »



Happy Spring!!!

Spring is called the king of seasons. It is the best, the loveliest and the most charming of all seasons. Hence I like this season best. Indeed, it is favorite to all. In the cycle of seasons the spring occupies an exalted position.It is rich in color, beauty, music and fragrance. Though winter in Bangladesh […] Read more »



Awareness Campaign on Single Use Plastic (SUP)

Environment and Social Development Organization-ESDO and Dept. of Environmental Science and Disaster Management (ESDM), Daffodil International University have jointly organized an awareness campaign on Single Use Plastic (SUP). The participant on awareness campaign on ‘Single Use Plastic (SUP) Pollution in Bangladesh’ highlighted the need to ‘Beat the Plastic Pollution’ and emphasis on immediate ban on […] Read more »



1st Day Highlights of 3rd Forum of Ministers and Environment Authorities of Asia...

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The Third Forum of Ministers and Environment Authorities of Asia Pacific Has kic...

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Happy New Year

Happy New Year 2019 and greetings from ESDO!!! A fresh new year is once again upon us. It’s the time to be thankful for the blessings of the past year and to take stock of all our achievements. At the same time, New Year 2019 is a brand new year to start afresh, to start […] Read more »



Learn The Risk, Call For Action, Ban Lead Paint

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Intervention by ESDO executive director Siddika Sultana at Mercury COP2 at Genev...

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World Alliance for Mercury-free Dentistry strategic team at Mercury COP2

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Press Briefing on Stop using single use plastic (SUP) To protect human health an...

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Human Chain Demanded Ban on Lead Paints

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Ban Lead Paint, Experts and Activists Urged

To observe ‘‘International lead poisoning prevention week of Action 2018”, ESDO in association with the Department of Environment, Government of the People’s Republic  of Bangladesh, organized a Round Table Meeting. Read more »



Human Chain Demanded Ban on Lead Paints

Dhaka, 20 October, 2018: Dust from lead paint is still the number one source of childhood lead poisoning. So focusing this on the eve of International Lead Poisoning Prevention Week-2018 under the theme of ‘Learn The Risk, Call For Action, Ban Lead Paint’ a human chain was formed on 20 October, 2018 in the front […] Read more »



‘Ban Lead Paint, Experts and Activists Urged’

Dhaka, October 21, 2018: To protect environment and public health it’s an urgent need to ban lead paint in Bangladesh. The standard of lead concentration in paint below 90 ppm has imposed recently, but still striving for a regulation. Focusing on this purpose and to observe ‘‘International lead poisoning prevention week of Action 2018”, a […] Read more »



BRAND AUDITING OF PLASTIC WASTE

ESDO Conducted brand auditing of waste from the single use of plastic packaging   Read more »



Seminar on Plastic Pollution: Enforcement of law not enough, awareness is key

Environmentalists on containing plastic pollution Staff Correspondent Environmentalists yesterday at a seminar said that enforcement of law alone is not enough, and awareness is key to containing the plastic pollution in Bangladesh. Environment and Social Development Organization (ESDO) and Department of Environment (DoE) jointly held the seminar titled “Plastic Pollution in Bangladesh and its Impact […] Read more »



‘International plastic bag free day, 03 July, 2018’ Let’s obey the law, el...

Dhaka, 03 July, 2018: On the eve of ‘International plastic bag free day, 03 July, 2018’ a mobile campaign was organized by Environment & Social development Organization-ESDO. Organized a Human Chain yesterday at TSC, Press Club and in front of National Parliament in Dhaka to create public awareness. Some volunteers are also rejoiced this day. […] Read more »



“Beat the Plastic Pollution, Ban the Bag” Bangladesh NGO Pioneering Move to ...

01 July, 2018, Dhaka: “Beat the Plastic Pollution, Ban the Bag” the International Plastic Bag Free Day on 3, July. More than 150 countries are ready to celebrate the day this year. Environment and Social Development Organization urged the government to execute the bag ban law and phase out all single use plastic. ESDO Chairperson […] Read more »



TOXIC ALUMINUM COOKWARE IN BANGLADESH

Dhaka 28 April, 2018: Aluminum cookware releases as much as 216 mg aluminum to food during its first boil- mentioned in a study report entitled ” Aluminum Cookware: A major Souyrce of Lead and Other Toxic Metal Contamination in Bangladesh” published by ESDO through a press briefing. Aluminum cookware is being used for cooking purpose […] Read more »



BAN LEAD PAINT IN BANGLADESH

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BDS-ESDO Signed MOU to Eliminate Mercury Amalgam by 2018

Dhaka, 27 April, 2016: A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed between Environment and Social Development Organization-ESDO and Bangladesh Dental Society (BDS) to eliminate “Mercury Dental Amalgam” from Dentistry Sector in Bangladesh by 2018. Read more »



Mercury & Mercury Added Products Threatens Public Health & the Environ...

Owing to the lack of regulation, the harmful use of Mercury reached alarming level in Bangladesh. As a result health risks and environment pollution has increased manifolds. Read more »



Report on Mercury Hot-spots in Bangladesh

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Go for lead free paint

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EU-FUNDED STUDY “LEAD IN NEW ENAMEL HOUSEHOLD PAINTS OF BANGLADESH 2015” REL...

6 June, 2015: A new study on lead in decorative paints in Bangladesh released today by Environment and Social Development Organization- ESDO Read more »