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There is a clear need for the current approach of waste disposal in India that is focused on municipalities and uses high energy/high technology, to move more towards waste processing and waste recycling (that involves public-private partnerships, aiming for eventual waste minimization - driven at the community level, and using low energy/low technology resources.
We are basing to set up Waste to Energy Plant and we have planned to set up one plant in all the states. It is a national project, and we would would like to process post industrial waste, C&D waste, MSW (Municipal Solid Waste), post consumer Waste, Paper and Cardboard, paper sludge, wood, carpet, packaging film, agriculture film, plastic or Biomass. We will be using state of the art technology, machinery and equipments that would offer a large variety of shredding, cleaning, granulating and extrusion equipment along with conveying and separation equipment for the Recycling, Waste and Waste to Energy Plant in al the states across India. Waste Management and Recycling, Industrial Waste Management, Agro Waste, Municipal Garbage, Plastic, Paper, Metal, Iron, Glass, Rubber, Electronic, Medical Waste Recycling, Solid Waste Treatment, Agricultural, Wood Waste, Residue Processing Projects. Supprt us for this national project.
Waste management is the collection of all thrown away materials in order to recycle them and as a result decrease their effects on our health, our surroundings and the environment and enhance the quality of life.
Waste management practices differ for developed and developing nations, for urban and rural areas, and for residential and industrial producers.
Waste Management flows in a cycle: monitoring, collection, transportation, processing, disposal or recycle. Through these steps an organization can effectively and responsibly manage waste output and their positive effect they have on the environment.
Waste generation per capita has increased and is expected to continue to climb with growing population, wealth, and consumerism throughout the world. Approaches to solving this waste problem in a scalable and sustainable manner would lead us to a model that uses waste as an input in the production of commodities and value monetized.
Segregation is a good practice, and every houisehold, office, inductry should focus on waste segregation. There is need and time for action, and without a rogorous approach, the national problem of merely shifting city trash to the suburbs, out of sight of those who generate it, will fester and choke the landscape. Considering that waste volumes are officially estimated to grow to 165 million tonnes a year by 2030, many more suburbs are bound to be threatened by collapsing.
We appeal to all, Use appropriate Bins, Dust Bins, Waste Bins & Garbage Bins and keep your surrounding clean, and help us making Clean India.
Support us for this national project to manage national problem.