ENGO, "environmental non-governmental organization" formed by a group of students from the engineering department of Sulaymaniyah University, launched a project which is placing water bottle shaped bins in spots across Sulaymaniyah city in the Kurdistan Region.
Their main goal is to reduce plastic waste and protect the environment by recycling the plastic bottle.
They established their project in Sulaymaniyah firstly. However, they will establish it in other cities of Kurdistan region only if their project be succeed in Sulaymaniyah city.
This comes amid increasing the world's calls on protecting the earth by decreasing global warming.
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