Eco Foundation Nepal’s first priority to collect thermocole from the garbage to make environment clean. A plastic and thermocole can take between 400 to 1,000 years to break in the environment. Plastic bags don’t biodegrade, they break down into smaller and smaller toxic bits contaminating soil and waterways and entering the food web when animals accidentally ingest them that why there are strict rules in using plastic bags. 2.7 tons Kathmandu alone uses around 4,700,000 to 4,800,000 plastic bags daily. In Nepal, 16 percent of urban waste is comprised of plastic and tharmocole, which is 2.7 tons of daily plastic garbage production. It responds very slowly to bacterial decomposition in the soil, thus making the soil infertile. It also releases poisonous gases on burning, which can cause respiratory problems, or even death, when inhaled. Hence thermocol is harmful for the environment. Eco-Foundation Nepal are requesting every citizen and stockholder do not through it in Garbage, we will reuse it for better propose.