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Renewable energy from organic food waste – Tata Motors shows the way

Established in 1966, the Pune unit of Tata Motors is spread over two geographical regions – Pimpri (800 acres) and Chinchwad (130 acres). The unit houses a Production Engineering Division, which has one of the most versatile tool making facilities in the Indian subcontinent. 332 more words

Solid waste management in the food processing industry

India is the world’s second largest food producer next to China. The food processing industry is a vital link and synergy between the two pillars of our country’s economy – industry and agriculture. 376 more words

SWM: Learning from Gujarat and Recommendations for Bangalore

The current garbage crisis in Bangalore is that we are not being allowed to dump in Mandur and we are struggling to find other dumpyards. The currently proposed solution is to segregate at source. 265 more words

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Solid Waste Management Gives Government a Black Eye

The following extracted from David Spieler’s Facebook page, he is an environmental activist.

Here’s a letter that I sent to Barbados Today. I am publishing it myself, Without Prejudice… 1,210 more words


The Solution To The Garbage Problem Is In Our Hands

If a garbage problem exists in Bangalore it is only because we as citizens have not taken it as our responsibility to manage the waste that we generate. 381 more words

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Managing Municipal Solid Waste in India

The topic of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) has always drawn the attention of government bodies, local authorities, and experts on waste management. In a country as vast as India, the problem of large amounts of solid waste generated on a daily basis poses a threat not only to public health, but is also a matter of grave concern considering the threat of global warming plaguing the entire world. 427 more words