Dry and Wet Waste Management

Dry and Wet Waste Management

Dry and Wet Waste Management in Bangalore

With a radical shift happening in the way people perceive climate change, more and more organisations are giving a serious thought to waste and its impact on the environment. The long term effects of landfilling waste include poor soil quality and polluted water sources that lead to crop failure, health hazards and more.

Saahas Zero Waste helps companies transition from large waste producers to efficient waste managers by offering them a 4 step solution to sustainable wet and dry waste management:.

  • Harmful greenhouse gas emissions
  • Waste added to landfills
  • Air, water, soil pollution
  • Toxic gas explosions in landfills
  • Exploitation of workers and child-labourers

What are the Benefits of Segregating Dry and Wet Waste?

Segregating waste into different categories makes it easier to realise its recycling potential. Dry waste such as metal, aluminium foils, glass, fabric/textiles, Tetra Pak, and plastics, are non-biodegradable but can be recycled to create new products. Organically compostable items such as stale food, fruits, vegetable peels, flower waste, etc. fall under the wet waste category and can be converted into compost or biogas when managed the right way.

When you decide to invest in sustainable dry and wet waste management, you contribute to the reduction of:

  • Harmful greenhouse gas emissions
  • Waste added to landfills
  • Air, water, soil pollution
  • Toxic gas explosions in landfills
  • Exploitation of workers and child-labourers

Apart from providing solutions like e-waste drop boxes and separately coloured bins for disposing different materials, we segregate the waste and source materials for recycling/composting.

We also create eco-friendly consumer products out of solid waste that serve as a great alternative to non-biodegradable commodities or harmful fertilisers. This help in us moving closer to a circular economy which is the vision Saahas Zero Waste works towards.

Solutions for Your Waste Management Woes

Are you a restaurant owner looking for better ways to manage vegetable waste or leftover food? Or are you having trouble tackling vast amounts paper, thermocol and other items generated by your tech park? We, at Saahas Zero Waste, enable efficient plastic waste management and dry and wet waste management in Bangalore by helping you build a sustainable waste management model.

We can help you to effectively manage your dry and wet waste management in Bangalore. We are currently also operational in Chennai, Hyderabad, and Goa. Call us today to learn more about how we can help you reduce the amount of waste that goes to landfills from your premises.

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Dry waste consists of things like paper, plastic, aluminium foils, Tetra pak, metal cans, etc. Different types of kitchen waste such as stale food, vegetables or fruits fall under the wet waste category. It is essential to segregate these two categories on a daily basis. While dry waste can be thrown away twice or thrice a week, wet waste must be disposed of regularly.

Meticulous segregation of waste goes a long way towards achieving a healthy environment. It reduces waste that reaches landfills which in turn causes air and water pollution. Segregation makes it easier to recycle recyclable items and to process the other streams of waste in respective sustainable ways including composting, bio-methanation and, in some case, incineration.

The long-term effects of waste accumulation are dangerous. It leads to poor soil quality and pollutes water sources, posing serious health hazards for humans and animals. Sustainable dry and wet waste management procedures help to reduce waste going to landfills and prevent the emission of greenhouse gases.

Saahas Zero Waste offers solutions for recycling or reusing dry and wet waste. We collect waste from businesses and residential communities and segregate them for composting or recycling. Different types of eco-friendly consumer products are also produced from solid waste.

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