RUR’s approach on solid waste management and our projects are contributing to 9 out of 17 UN’s Sustainable Development Goals for 2030. Each project is sustainable and contributes to GHG mitigation, food security, land resource management and climate change adaptation by ensuring the efficiency of the project to work in close loop with circular economy pattern wherein the resources obtained from the environment, in the form of organic waste, are used to nurture the environment, such as compost.
- GHG reduction with 400 tonnes of waste recycled annually
- 55 de-centralised Waste management Project sites
- 70 tonnes plus of organic compost generated annually
- >32 lakh Tetra Pak cartons recycled Nearly 300 School Desks and 100 Garden Benches donated
- Army of 150 plus volunteers and Green Champions
- Eco consciousness amongst citizens
- 5000 plus direct educates through workshops and lecture series on Eco awareness
- Community Engagement
- Creating Livelihood for low skill jobs
- Recovery of high value recyclable dry waste, additional revenue model
- No operational cost
- Appreciation by government bodies
Health and Safety
- Hygienic and safer working conditions for the personnel
- Breakdown happens in a concealed environment, auto-sanitation of compost pile.
- Neat and clean site, No direct contact of personnel with waste
- Absence of toxic volatile organic compounds (VOCs).