Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) in the country has emerged as a huge challenge. An estimated 65 million tonnes of MSW is generated annually, from 400 million citizens of urban areas. Rest of the rural residents estimated to 506 million in 2022 (www.stastista.com) waste generation is yet to be calculated.
Material recovery Facilities (MRF) will be a game-changer for Urban Local Bodies (ULB) and Gram Panchayats to achieve success in scientific SWM. MRF's are also essential building blocks for 3R principles i.e. reduce, reuse and recycle of MSW and is also the foundation for resource efficiency and creation of circular economy. This approach will lead to improve public health apart from jobs creation, revenue and creation of new sustainable products from solid waste leading to make a Swachh (Clean), Swasth (healthy), Sashaks (empowered), Sampann (prosperous) and Atmanirbhar (self-reliant) Bharat.
Zero Waste Management has various projects like Landfill surveys, Bio mining, Segregation, recovery of recyclable waste, sustainable product development projects and equipment and process for end of life of waste as fuel.
The mission statement of Zero Waste Management company is: From Bin to Kiln.
Wastevoltaic provides an effective, efficient and innovative solution to the legacy dump sites through the creation of synergies between Municipal Solid Waste and renewable energies and while promoting sustainable rural and urban development and the protection of biodiversity and the ecosystem.