The State of Recycling in India: Slow Improvements | Earth911.com
In 2009, we wrote a series of articles called “Trash Planet” on recycling and waste management efforts in several countries around the world. We got curious to see how those countries are doing today, so we went and took a second look at India, a country that’s had its struggles with waste ...
PET Recycling in India
Understanding PET Recycling Landscape in India. Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) is one of the most widely used plastics today. PET bottles are ubiquitous in our day-to-day lives–one has to just look around to spot a PET bottle containing mineral water or soft drink or used for other applications.
Top 21 Plastic Recycling Facts - GreenSutra | India
Here are 21 plastic recycling facts you should know about the 24,000 Tonnes of plastic waste that is getting recycled in India every day.
Plastics Recycling: Could The Future Be In India? - forbes.com
India, like other countries, is struggling with a glut of unrecycled plastics, even as the government is pushing for economic growth that will mean even more plastics in Indian society. But India ...
India Has a Booming Recycling Industry - YouTube
India's 'informal recycling' industry has become an important business sector in its own right. Ramshackle sacks of general scrap are piled up in every corner while a group of women busily sort ...
PRO India Recycling
We are PRO Plastics India and are in process of creating Extended Producer Responsibility about Plastic Waste in India via the generation of $100 mm Fund. EPR (extended producer responsibility) is about managing the product in the waste phase.
India’s recycling industry is collapsing, ignoring it will ...
India’s recycling industry is collapsing, ignoring it will land us in an urban nightmare. ... but a number of people along the informal chain of recycling in India.
Artblog | The Human Scale of Recycling in India
A particularly interesting aspect of trash recycling in India is e-waste (electronic waste). Often, computers and appliances are cannibalized for their parts to fix other electronics, providing some hazard for the recyclers who are exposed to CRTs and radioactive tubes. 146,000 tons of electronic waste is recycled informally in India each year.
“Waste Recycling in India - LocalCircles
Waste Recycling in India Executive Summary The Swachh Bharat Mission aspires to bring a mindset change in the way Indians perceive cleanliness and civic sense. It is critical that sustained changes are made in the way citizens, businesses and most importantly civic bodies go about waste management and recycling.
E-waste Recycling in India – Managing a Growing Crisis
E-waste recycling companies in India. Some of the well known e-waste recycling companies are listed below: Attero, a Roorkee-based e-waste management company, handles almost 500 tonnes of e-waste per month. Founded by Rohan and Nitin Gupta in 2007, the company currently provides its service to nearly 100 cities across 22 states in the country.