SAAHAS - Nothing is Waste presentation by Wilma at Waste Management event by ApnaComplex

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Presentation on SAAHAS organization by Wilma, founder of SAAHAS

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  • SAAHAS - Nothing is Waste presentation by Wilma at Waste Management event by ApnaComplex

    1. 1. Making room for our waste Towards Sensitive CommunitiesZERO WASTE Bangalorereduce, reuse, recycle, refuse, recover, repair, restore, reclaim
    2. 2. Saahas Programmes reduce, reuse, recycle, refuse, recover, repair, restore, reclaim• Waste Sensitive Communities• Less Plastic for Me• E-Waste Management• Tetra Pak Collection
    3. 3. 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
    4. 4. Waste sensitive communities reduce, reuse, recycle, refuse, recover, repair, restore, reclaim 1.Waste audit 2. Training for housekeeping and maids 3.Sensitisation for households 4.Composting, dry waste and e-waste management
    5. 5. Kasa Rasa reduce, reuse, recycle, refuse, recover, repair, restore, reclaim
    6. 6. Mixed dry waste reduce, reuse, recycle, refuse, recover, repair, restore, reclaim
    7. 7. Apartments with 1000 households reduce, reuse, recycle, refuse, recover, repair, restore, reclaim 15 tonnes : Wet waste (70%) 4 tonnes: Dry waste (20%) 2 tonnes : Sanitary (10%)
    8. 8. Dry waste fractions reduce, reuse, recycle, refuse, recover, repair, restore, reclaim High value includes Metals cans, PET (5%) Better value: includes newspaper, cartons, milk bags, shampoo and beer bottles (15%) Low value: plastic carry bags, Tetra Pak, other packaging (80%)
    9. 9. Revenues from waste reduce, reuse, recycle, refuse, recover, repair, restore, reclaim From dry waste : Rs 18,000 From income from compost: Rs 6,000 TOTAL REVENUE : 24,000
    10. 10. Expenditure reduce, reuse, recycle, refuse, recover, repair, restore, reclaim Labour 40000 PPE 2500 Transport 4000 Supervision 3000 TOTAL EXPENDITURE : 49,500
    11. 11. Collection system for e-Wastefrom domestic sector reduce, reuse, recycle, refuse, recover, repair, restore, reclaimBin for collection of usedCDs, Batteries and floppies –at public points, apartments Bin for collection ofand offices. larger e-waste – Mother Earth, Landmark, Koramangala 3rd Blk, Authorised e-Waste Jayanagar LIC Colony, collection centre at Kasa Hippocampus, British Rasa, Koramangala Library
    12. 12. Collection and bailing processof Tetra Pak reduce, reuse, recycle, refuse, recover, repair, restore, reclaim
    13. 13. Benefits for residents Regular monitoring and sensitization for residents and housekeeping Continuously aiming to improve the segregation compliance Ensuring that systems do not fall apart through regular engagementBenefits for field staff Livelihood Proper work environment (providing PPEs) ESI and PF benefitsBenefits for environment Constantly working to reduce the amount of rejects Ensuring low value waste is retrieved for recycling, reducing burden on landfills
    14. 14. CONTACT US431, 8th Cross, Jayanagar, 1st BlockBangalore 560 011Ph: 416 89889E-mail: response@saahas.org

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