Waste management has become the need of the moment all over the world. Many countries are making efforts to bring about much-needed change with new policies and laws.
Governments have enacted regulations to ensure the preservation of the environment.
Although it is the responsibility of governments to regulate laws, many entrepreneurs have launched their own e-startups that help the environment in the best possible way.
Speaking of the Indian market, there are many companies operating in this sector. However, these are the 5 most popular e-waste management startups in India.
GEM Enviro Management Private Limited
GEM is a Producer Responsibility Organization (PRO) formed to facilitate the recycling of all types of packaging waste and thus contribute to a cleaner and greener environment. The company specializes in the collection and aggregation of all packaging waste in a professional and orderly manner.
GEM is backed by Ganesha Ecosphere Limited, India's largest PET recycler with a turnover of $ 100 million, for PET waste recycling, marketing and brand of recycled filaments.
Namo eWaste Management Ltd.
Namo eWaste is an e-waste recycling facility that works on the sustainable disposal of e-waste to ensure a clean and healthy environment.
The company was founded by Akshay Jain, a mechanical engineer by training who was inspired by the sustainable recycling mechanism he witnessed in the UK while studying.
Skrap is an environmental sustainability company that helps companies and brands adopt sustainable practices and zero waste solutions.
Divya Ramachandran founded a sustainable startup, Skrap, in 2017 with the aim of helping organizations, offices, meetings and events in Mumbai to implement environmentally friendly and zero-waste solutions.
Saahas Zero Waste
Saahas Zero Waste is focused on providing comprehensive waste management solutions for bulk waste generators. The company offers consulting services for the planning and design of a waste management facility for new and existing properties.
ExtraCarbon was established by Gaurav Joshi in 2013. The company offers an on-demand "kabadiwala" service that collects recyclable waste from homes and commercial areas. Its mission is to reduce the carbon footprint through community, brand and government involvement.
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