Islamabad: A Pakistani student has won silver media in an international competition about environmental issues held at State University of New York (SUNY) at Oswego.
Students from forty countries presented 657 projects in the Genius Olympiad where the Shadab Rasool Buriro from Khairpur, Sindh stood second to win silver medal.
Another Pakistani student Abdul Daim from Haripur, Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa, was awarded with honourable mention certificate.
Shadab Rasool and Abdul Diam, both students of Pak-Turk Schools presented their project, “Removal of Pollutants from Industrial Waste Water by usage of Tea Waste” in the contest.
They had discovered a unique and economical way to reduce soil contamination which is result of accumulation of man-made toxic substances that has a negative effect of plant and animal life.
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