Solid Waste Management

Waste is a Global problem. The world generates around 2 billion tons of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) annually, which is expected to increase by 70% by 2050. Disposing of such massive amounts of waste is causing landfills to overflow, polluting the environment, and posing health risks.

Poor Waste management contributes to Climate Change and Air Pollution. All Landfills releases Methane a very power full Green House Gas linked to Climate Change.

It is the need of the hour to educate people and encourage them to practice Recycle, Reuse and Reduce instead of producing waste. Safe Waste Disposal should be a major priority for all Municipal Councils and the Government.

Municipal Solid Wastes are categorized into Biodegradable waste (Wet waste) and Non Biodegradable waste (Dry waste).

Because of the unorganized collection methodology the waste coming to the dumpsites is difficult and practically not possible to separate.

Our conclusion to collect the Dry and Wet waste in the following Scientific collection methodology from the source,


By this way we are hopeful to achieve the waste management without any pollution and in a sustainable manner through which we are reducing the use of fossil fuels and also reducing the import of fuel.


  1. Scientific collection of Biodegradable Waste from the source is the most advanced collection methodology practiced nowadays.

2. A centralized Biogas plant will collect the Bio waste sludge from the underground tanks and produce Biogas and purify the gas to get 99.9% methane and supply to the residents or commercials either through pipeline or through cylinders for replacing the fossil fuels.

3. The Residue from the Biogas plant is valuable Manure for plants and we can enhance its quality for a proper NPK value and distribute to farmers or garden developers such as home garden, city landscaping and Agriculture farming. We can also use this Biogas to produce Electricity in Gas Generator and Gas Turbines to replace the fossil fuels.

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