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Tag Archives: Waste Management

Zero Discharge at Ambuja Cement

Ambuja Cement (Holicim), Ropar, Punjab, has awarded Ion Exchange (India) Ltd., the contract for a zero discharge plant – their first complete zero discharge project where the entire recycling system as well as the evaporate equipment are being supplied by ... Read More »

Best of waste

Concerns about the growing garbage in the city have prompted the Kulgaon-Badlapur, Municipal Council in Maharashtra to install two garbage treatment plants. These plants would treat wet waste organically and produce fertilisers which would be then sold to the farmers ... Read More »

Sanitation strategies

If the Urban Development Ministry had its way, cities across the country would have detailed sanitation strategies ready in the next two years. The Ministry with funds to the tune of र 50,000 would help the cities implement their strategies ... Read More »

Burden of FOG

The problems that FOG can cause are significant – as food service industry professionals know. No matter how well kitchen staff follow procedures for diverting pan drippings, food scraps and other oils, fats and greases into used cooking oil containers ... Read More »

Hospital of garbage

Satyabala ID Hospital, Kolkata, is reported to be a virtual garbage dump. Large quantities of solid-waste are found discarded in front of the hospital among the shrubs. The sight of snakes and harmful insects is not considered to be unusual. ... Read More »

TMC: No place to dump garbage

Fumbling for four years to find a dumping ground for trash, the Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) in Maharashtra is now simply heaping garbage in private lands. Though the TMC had earlier acquired 17-acres of land for dumping garbage near Daighar ... Read More »

Dustbins safe no more

In the aftermath of the serial bombings in Ahmedabad and Delhi, people are eyeing dustbins as potential bomb containers. Immediately after the explosions, civic bodies and over zealous citizens across the metros took to over turning dustbins in a bid ... Read More »

No Stink Over Flushing

City officials in Taipei in south Taiwan have begun training potty users to flush toilet paper down the toilet instead of throwing it in the trash, aiming to reduce 340 tons of stinky waste generated daily, according to Reuters news ... Read More »

Working towards a beautiful Chennai

Education and awareness of waste segregation is the key to better waste management and the way forward to a clean and green environment, says Vinay Maheshwari, Director, Neel Metal Fanalca, India   When did NMF start operations in India? Neel ... Read More »