The 7R’s of Waste Management – in Kitchen and at Laundry

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Rethink Rethink how you view the natural resources of this planet. Understanding that the natural resources of the planet Earth are very limited can greatly influence the choices you make in your everyday life. When purchasing items, remember the words of the great man L.N. Smith, “Every dollar you spend or don’t spend is a… Continue reading The 7R’s of Waste Management – in Kitchen and at Laundry

Application of Digital technology in waste management

Waste management consultant is the gateway for building sustainable and livable cities. But, it remains a challenge and an unmitigated risk for many developing nations and cities.  Let’s understand the key factors that have led to waste management consultant going out of control and becoming a global issue:   1) Overconsumption of goods (whether it is… Continue reading Application of Digital technology in waste management

Upscaling the waste- The way of waste management/ Recycling of Non-biodegradable waste

The over-consumption of natural resources by humankind has led to the generation of byproducts that have caused more damage than anticipated to the Earth’s varied ecosystems. The damage is more devastating than one can imagine, disrupting the delicate balance of the food chain. These byproducts include non-biodegradable waste.  In short, the unplanned disposal of non-biodegradable… Continue reading Upscaling the waste- The way of waste management/ Recycling of Non-biodegradable waste

Industrial Waste Management Methods

Industrial Waste Management Industrial waste is defined as waste generated by manufacturing or industrial processes. Industrial waste is of the following types:  1) Cafeteria garbage and trash  2) Dirt and gravel 3) Masonry and concrete  4) Scrap metals 5) Oils, solvents, and chemicals  6) Radioactive waste  7) Acids and bases  The industrial waste can be… Continue reading Industrial Waste Management Methods

The Cycle of Cutlery – Best Practices

We all remember a video where a marine biologist was removing a plastic straw that was stuck inside the nostril of an olive ridley turtle. It’s like a mirror was held up against humanity. A mirror that showed us the truth of single-use plastic. In a moment of epiphany, everyone around the world banned the… Continue reading The Cycle of Cutlery – Best Practices