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Sensitization for students and teachers at Kumaran school - where waste mgt just started

Sensitization for students and teachers at Kumaran school - where waste mgt just started

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  • 1. Programmes reduce, reuse, recycle, refuse, recover, repair, restore, reclaim• Waste Sensitive Communities• Less Plastic for Me• E-Waste Management
  • 2. Saahas Zero Waste Solutions LLP reduce, reuse, recycle, refuse, recover, repair, restore, reclaim Providing professional waste management services to companies, Schools, households and communities. Collectively we recycle 7,000 kgs of waste per day from our clients Providing livelihood opportunities and strengthening the informal Sector involved in collection and recycling of waste.
  • 3. KASA RASAFrom waste to resources Community Waste Management initiatives inEjipura, near NGV and in High Tension Wire area, near Jyothi Nivas College, Koramangala Partners BBMP, CSA, CHF and Saahas
  • 4. Residents handing over segregated waste:
  • 5. Collection by BBMP. Further segregation in the auto:
  • 6. Composting of food waste from the neighbourhood
  • 7. Sorting of Dry waste
  • 8. Waste Sensitive Kumaran• Sources?• Types?
  • 9. Waste Sensitive Kumarans• Segregate – dry recyclable from wet organic waste (food and leaves)• Also segregate e-Waste, look for bin• Toilet and medical waste, chemical waste from labs to be kept separate - rejects • Dry waste picked up by Saahas for secondary sorting and recycling •The organic waste sent to Mallasandra campus for composting in tanks
  • 10. 90% of wasteis recyclable!
  • 11. Recycled products• Paper – recycled paper products• Plastic – used for roads and recycled plastic products such as chairs, raincoats, lower grade plastic bags.• Tetra Pak cartons – recycled paper products and roofing sheets• E-waste – plastic, metals
  • 12. Pick the least recyclable material• Plastic• Glass• Metal
  • 13. Pick the least recyclable material• Plastic• Glass• Metal Plastic can be recycled at most 4 to 5 times, while glass and metal can be recycled over and over without loss of quality. Source: CERE, Mumbai
  • 14. How long does it take to bio-degrade?Vegetables and fruits  3 - 4 weeksPaper  1 monthWood  10-15 yearsAluminum cans  200 -300 yearsPlastic  450 – 1000 yearsThermocol, glass,  Never, Unknown
  • 15. REFUSE A PLASTIC BAG,CARRY YOUR OWN SHOPPING BAG
  • 16. reduce MOREreuserecyclelandfill LESS
  • 17. United States: The Revis family of North Carolina Food consumption for 1 weekEcuador: The Ayme family of Tingo Food consumption for 1 week
  • 18. Change. We make it happen
  • 19. Welcome to waste sensitive BANGALORE REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE, REFUSE, RECOVER, REPAIR, RESTORE, RECLAIM