Composting Machines at Artana

Did you know India collects an approximate of 15 thousand tons of solid waste every day and Forty three million tons annually? Out of which 20% is processed and the 80% is dumped in landfill sites.(Out of which 11.9 million are treated and 31 million are dumped at landfill sites.) If this scenario continues we would require a landfill as big as Bengaluru by 2030.

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Waste Management in India

Did you know India collects an approximate of 15 thousand tons of solid waste every day and Forty three million tons annually? Out of which 20% is processed and the 80% is dumped in landfill sites.(Out of which 11.9 million are treated and 31 million are dumped at landfill sites.) If this scenario continues we would require a landfill as big as Bengaluru by 2030.

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Why India needs to go organic- Collaboration over competition is the new India

Organic farming is a transformative movement that is being implemented at this point of time in India. Modern farming techniques might be productive for the economy but the reality is quite different. They are harmful and pose a threat to human life as well as the ecosystem.

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How A Well-Planed Solid Waste Management Can Promote Wellness And Cleanliness?

Disposal of waste is one of the biggest problems in urban areas. The pollution and the influence on ecology have made individuals think about urban waste management, and different countries are trying to manage the waste efficiently so that it can be utilized for various purposes.

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How Independent Indian Waste Management Companies Are Contributing For A Better Tomorrow?

The idea of the consumer market has now crossed the geographical boundary of nations, and the entire world can be described as a consumer market in the digital era. Even if you take a look at the developed countries, they are yet to overcome the problem regarding solid waste management.

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Does The Use Of Machines Indicate A Brighter Future For Efficient Waste Management In India?

As solid waste management has become a serious concern for India, a few Indian startups came forward to accept the challenge of solid waste management. Artana, the Gujarat based waste management company in India, was one of those startups, which focused on making organic compost and fertilizers using solid waste, and it became an online sensation.

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