Waste is not a waste until wasted. With growth and development being at the center, we see tonnes of waste around. Some of this gets recycled but tonnes of agriculture waste is either dumped or burnt. Industrial waste either goes to rivers and lakes or finds it’s way into land fills. Using technology solutions to convert tonnes of waste into fuel is one of the biggest opportunities available to man-kind.
Our team of engineers, social activists, designers, operators, story tellers and evangelists believe that advanced technologies, built on sustainable business practices can contribute to a greener planet.
We transform the following wastes to fuel
- Agro waste such as ground nut husk, rice husk, bagasse, molasses, sugarcane waste, hyacinth, acacia leaves, eucalyptus bark.
- Industrial waste such as tyre waste, paper, cardboard, wood chips, coal fines.
- Municipal solid waste (MSW) into power and electricity.
- The global cost of dealing with waste will rise from $205 billion a year in 2010 to $375 billion by 2025
- Twenty three Indian cities will cumulatively generate 93,000 tonnes of municipal solid waste every day by 2025
- Urban India generates 70 million tonnes of municipal solid waste per year 20% of which is recycled and 80% thrown in open dumpsites causing damage to health and environment
- 10,000 teq grams of dioxins/furans contributing to 20% pollution in Mumbai is due to release of carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrocarbons while burning waste in landfills
- Carbon footprint due to agro waste is estimated at 3.3 billion tonnes of CO2 released into the atmosphere per year
- Transform any kind of agrowaste such as groundnut shell, rice husk, saw-dust into smokeless briquettes. These are a substitute to coal and help preserve the environment.
- Industrial waste such as coal fines, wood chips and agrowaste can be transformed into activated charcoal, which has multiple medicinal and cosmetic uses.