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Counting Business, Curbing Waste

by Clean India Journal - Editor
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“In todays’ world resources are next to waste”

Riding high on the success of Waste Recycling technology pavilions at the past Clean India Expos, the Waste Technology India Expo 2016 evoked good response among waste management professionals from across the globe, connecting exhibitors directly with the quality gatherings of buyers – municipalities, services companies, end consumers and recycling professionals & firms. Concurrently, a comprehensive seminar on “Self-Reliant Waste Management” by Jose Joseph Moonjely, Executive Director- CREDAI Clean City Movement and Panel Discussion on “Creating Clean Cities” addressed the industry and society consumer concerns with an integrated waste management approach.

Witnessing the most innovative waste management machines and tools, the floor registered footfalls precisely from waste operating companies, municipal commissioners, Indian railway representatives, compost & recycling firms and consultancies. Besides, waste composting equipment, wastewater treatment and recycling methodologies, be it e-waste or other scraps, the innovative solutions that caught everyone’s eyes were waste recycled bricks, stainless steel waste crusher, litter picker and eco-bins.

“Great learning experience, extremely useful and enjoyable,” said seminar attendees. The exclusive seminars provided critical information on segregation issues and organic waste recycling matters encouraging diversion of organics from landfills and incinerators.

From The Exhibitors Arena

BDREAMBinish Desai
Chairman, B Dream Group

Undoubtedly, the platform has given India and Industry fraternity a solid platform and direction for growth. The expo has generated a lot of enquiries which we are pursuing now.

A provider of world’s cheapest blocks/bricks made out of waste materials, we use these bricks to build toilets in rural areas under the CSR activities undertaken by different corporate houses and governments. The technology that we have showcased is unique and patented.

Sameer Gurav
Nilkamal Ltd

nilkamalParticipating in Waste Technology India Expo was a good experience. There were many potential visitors from plastic industry, Municipalities and other end consuming sections. It provided a good sales feedback too.

Recently, we have added a new injection moulded product which is used as compact vehicles for the collection of garbage from societies and other places.

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