Started in 2015 by group of M. tech. Green technologists (UDCT) with the goal of improving the health of Mumbai and its residents through an efficient sub-urbanised waste management system with composting and recycling at its forefront.
We have experts in the field
- Composting/vermicomposting of organic waste.
- Waste recycling.
- UNFCCC certified climate councilors.
- GRI certified sustainability reporter.
The sub-urbanised waste disposal system works on a three steps.
- Sensitization and Awareness Program (Certificate courses available).
- Training/Monitoring for at source segregation.
- Collection of recyclables and Composting of organic waste.
Archeological evidence suggests that prehistoric humans had a way of managing their waste. In the course of history as mankind grew, waste regulations were enacted. This suggests that waste management is not a modern principle but is in fact a part of life. Humans have the natural response to keep their surroundings clean. However, along with global industrialization and population explosion, waste production blew out of proportion, endangering the environment and threatening our very existence. With new environmental issues coming to light, the focus on waste management has never been greater. Education and awareness campaigns play a great role in raising consciousness. Not all people are aware that their old glasses and mobile phones waste constitute a great threat to the environment. Clearly, more appropriate and sustainable approaches to waste need to be adopted. To be sustainable we need to move the emphasis toward a system that is local, community based, makes use of low energy systems and is focused on waste minimisation. This is an approach which we at ‘Sanjeevani S3’ advocate.