Starts-ups transform waste management and recycling market | F&S
The Indian waste management and recycling market is undergoing radical transformation, given favourable government regulations, low penetration rates, and an influx of technology-savvy start-up companies are propelling double-digit growth.
The humongous amounts of garbage generated in India can very well entitle the waste management sector to claim being an industry. A
Mission possible | Making waste-to-energy work in India
Waste-to-energy can help India deal with the not only the increasing garbage disposal problem, but also address health and economic issues. It provides a largely unexplored potential for the country´s development.
Waste to wealth
According to the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) Annual Report 2009-10, over 55 million tonnes of municipal solid waste (MSW) and a large quantity of liquid waste are generated every year by the urban population in India.
India lacks at source separation of MSW
Private players can be part of WTE projects as technology providers to municipal authorities or as the execution agency under a PPP-based model.
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