NEWS Flights dropping poop from air to be fined in India
India’s top environment court has reportedly ruled that airlines will be fined 50,000 Indian rupees (800 U.S. dollars) if their planes drop poop into the air during flight. The National Green Tribunal has also directed India’s civil aviation regulator to conduct surprise checks to ensure that airlines don’t flout its ruling, in the wake of a plea by a retired Indian Army official who accused planes of dumping human waste over residential areas in the national capital.
“The DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) shall also issue directions that aircraft on landing shall be subjected to surprise inspection to see that human waste tanks are not empty,” the court was quoted by the media as saying. Aircraft toilets store human excreta in special tanks, which are normally cleared once the plane has landed. They are also called “blue ice” because of the special chemicals added to the toilets to reduce smell and break down the waste. Air Live
Yes...That's a Indian Boy On Top a Big Pile Of Cow Shit.......
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The cakes are sold in packages that contain two to eight pieces weighing 200 grams each.With the holiday season in full swing, Indians are flocking to the online marketplace in droves. But there’s one unusual item flying off the virtual shelves: Online retailers say cow dung patties are selling like hot cakes. The patties — cow poop mixed with hay and dried in the sun, made mainly by women in rural areas and used to fuel fires — have long been available in India’s villages. But online retailers including Amazon and eBay are now reaching out to the country’s ever-increasing urban population. Some retailers say they’re offering discounts for large orders. Some customers are asking for gift wrapping. “Cow dung cakes have been listed by multiple sellers on our platform since October and we have received several customer orders” since then, said Madhavi Kochar, an Amazon India spokeswoman. Source