Reduce Kitchen Waste by Waste Composting

Composting at home – Compost is a very basic organic material that can be added to soil to help plants grow. Food scraps and yard waste together currently make up more than thirty percent of what we throw away, and could be composted instead and made better use of. Making compost keeps these materials out… Continue reading Reduce Kitchen Waste by Waste Composting

Biogas from Kitchen Waste

Kitchen waste is known to be the best alternative for biogas production in a University level Biogas Plant. It is produced when certain bacteria degrade organic matter in the absence of air. Biogas contains around 55% to 65% of methane and 30% to 40% carbon dioxide. The calorific value of biogas is appreciably high and… Continue reading Biogas from Kitchen Waste

E-waste & Circular Economy: The next million-dollar idea

E-waste is a term used to describe electronic waste that is discarded by its owner after the device has been upgraded or lived its full life, without the intention of re-use. It is also known as WEEE (waste electrical or electronic equipment). E-waste comes from households, businesses, and governments.  The major reason for the accumulation… Continue reading E-waste & Circular Economy: The next million-dollar idea

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