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You could also refer a friend and there were several discounts that were alsooffered.LimitationsThe food and delivery options were restricted. The majority of the food itemsand dishes were based on seafood, fish, and non-vegetarian options. Fish is highin proteins, minerals, vitamins, and omega-3 amino acids, all of which are goodfor your heart and overall nutrition. When frozen, all of these remain intact, aswell as their freshness. They quickly deteriorate in open conditions. In reality,the argument on their website and portal that attracted the majority of the non-vegetarian population and distracted the others confirmed that freezing fishretains the high-protein, cholesterol-fighting properties of fish.Although a lack of funding was cited as the primary reason for a large numberof startup closures in 2016, lack of business demand was cited as the primaryreason for startup closures in 2017. According to a recent CB Insights survey,
42 percent of startups that start out gung-ho thinking they'll change the worldaren't needed at all. As a result, there are a lot of startup shutdowns.Karma Recycling 2014India is the world's fifth-largest producer of e-waste. According to the UnitedNations' Global E-Waste Monitor Study, it discarded around 1.7 million tonnesof electronic equipment in 2014. But, where does this garbage end up?Friends from college, Akshat Ghiya and Aamir Jariwala, were curious aboutwhat was happening with India's growing electronic waste and whether startinga company that recycles it responsibly and with clean technology would makesense. Their initial investigation led them to local scrap dealers who werecollecting eWaste from homes and businesses and transporting it to Delhi'sslums.“We knew that over % of electronic waste ended up in the slums, so we went toSeelampur village in Delhi to see what was happening on the other end. Wewere deeply moved by what we saw. Mountains of electronic waste werecrammed into small buildings and spilling out into the streets. The glass intelevision sets was being manually hammered by groups of people. Thesepeople weren't even wearing gloves when they handled this bottle, whichcontains lead. Another group was burning motherboards, which emit poisonousgases into the atmosphere.
They didn't have any masks on. Metals were dissolved from motherboards inacid tanks. Toxins and acid were poured into the field, ultimately contaminatingour drinking water, according to Ghiya. And that wasn't the end of it. Ali, afriend they made along the way, drove them to a nearby railway track where allthe recyclers would carry their extra fluff to burn in the open. A dense cloud ofyellow smoke – poisonous Sulphur – rose over the tracks. “It was clear thatsomething had to be done,” Ghiya says.According to the study published in the International Journey of EnvironmentalTechnology and Management, e-waste contains toxic substances such ascadmium, mercury, lead, arsenic, and a mixture of plastics that are difficult to

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