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Managing Waste- A New Perspective/Waste Management 

'Taking Responsibility For Human & Environmental Health While Focusing On Improving Soil Health'
Our environment is not in its best condition today, it is time to take initiatives and make positive impact on the environment. If we don't take care of our planet today, tomorrow it might be too late. This is the reason, our company is focused on managing waste and creating a fine assortment of  Cocopeat Blocks, Bacillus Subtilis Fertilizers, etc. using waste materials. 

My Waste My Responsibility

A place where people responsibly manages waste on their own is the place where positive changes can be made. Government is doing its best in spreading awareness and helping people to become environmentally friendly, however, until every individual takes an initiative, creating a better world will just remain a dream.  This is the reason, we request every one of you to join hands with our company and everyday help us in improve our planet's environment with just little effort. 

Some Impressive Initiatives Across India
  • Kunnamkulam- A Municipal Waste Management Initiative: Kunnamkulam, a municipal town located in Thrissur District (Kerala), before this region used to have large landfills. With the help of protesters, the problems that people living near such landfills were facing were taken care of. As a result, the municipality banned landfills and now the farmers of the region use the waste to do sustainable farming on their lands. 
  • Anthiyur: A Successful Initiative Towards Organic/Sustainable Agriculture: Anthiyur is a village in the Coimbatore district. It is sitting on the dry belt with black cotton soil. Owing to the deficiency of natural resources, most of the village's land was lying uncultivated for years. The land was covered with prosopis. To resolve this problem, 30 farmers took the initiative to convert their waste land into horticulture farm collectively. The NABARD gave these farmers complete financial support. This improved their land conditions and now today more farmers have adopted organic farming practices in the region. 
  • Nitta Gelatin: Sludge Management Solution For A Gelatin Industry: 'Nitta Gelatin' is a a business enterprise which is engaged in converting animal bones into Ossein in their Koratty (Kerala) based factory. They daily generate wet sludge, of more than 50 tons on daily basis, with bad odor. The factory being located in a densely populated area, this odor gas is daily upsetting many people. A few years back, this enterprise contacted our company to find a solution to this problem. We have developed an aerobic solution coco peat, when sludge is mixed in sufficient amount of this solution and chicken litter the sludge becomes windrow pile. This arrests the smell and keeps the general public happy. 
  • IOFPCL: Marketing Initiative For Organic/Sustainable Products: Many states of the country face numerous agricultural issues owing to the depletion of natural resources in the region. Lack of organic cultivation is one of the major reason to this as well as imporoper supply chain management facilities also results in worsen conditions. The Indian Organic Farmers Producers Company has taken an initiative to help such regions. Over 5,000 certified organic farmers from Tamil Nadu and Kerala have joined hands together to form this producer company. They help primary producers to market their own produce instead of selling it. 
  • Purva Fairmont - Apartment Waste Management Case Study: Bangalore is a commercial city of the southern India, renowned as the silicon valley of the country. With the improving infrastructure, the population of the city also increased in the past decade. Today, the city generates over 5,000 tons of waste on daily basis. Before 2013, this waste was collected from the public in mixed format and dumped into the nearby villages. Facing adverse effects and understanding the waste's ill effect on environment many villagers protested against this. For the government, it was hard to come up with an effective plan. The government introduced '2 Bins & 1 Bag' model back in 2013. This is when they conducted a test. They chose Purva Fairmont apartment at Bangalore, comprising 324 houses. The occupants of these houses were asked to segregate their organic and inorganic waste. By the year 2016, it was noticed that the apartment had fully functional 5 digesters, yielding good quality compost.