We are in the business of collecting the refuse of households and making good from it – be that compost or power, which is then sold to the power grids to be transferred to households. Our business and services live the complete cycle of the word ‘RECYCLE’. We collect refuse of your homes and give you compost and electricity from the same.

Door to Door Collection

Efficiency is the keyword here. Pre-scheduled and timely collection of waste is important to keep the end consumer delighted. And in our case, end consumer is every household we collect this waste from. Hence, we have deployed state of the art technology, machinery and infrastructure to keep this under check :
  1. Mini Tippers for efficient collection
  2. Effective monitoring of all vehicles through GPS / RFID
  3. In-time efficient Waste Collection through Computerised Route Mapping
  4. Efficient user charge collection
  5. Installation of Mini Transfer Stations at strategic locations to collect, compact, and transport waste directly received from mini trippers
  6. Secondary transportation – by Compactors for bins of 1.1 and 3.5 cubic meter
  7. Online monitoring of Waste Collection
  8. Online monitoring of User Charges Collection
  9. Online Complaint Redressal System
  10. Display of Online Monitoring System at Strategic Locations

Waste Processing

Waste Processing essentially means altering the physical form of the waste to make it best suited for technology adopted for its treatment. The technology should always help in making the waste transport and storage effective. Segregation of waste is a key component so that combustible organic materials can be converted to intermediate products and ultimately to usable energy. Shredding and drying is necessary before the waste material can be used for power generation to reduce moisture content.

Waste to Compost

Composting is a way to treat solid waste so that microorganisms break down the organic material, helping along the natural process of decay until it can be safely handled, stored and used. Composting makes use of organic waste – such as leaves, fruit and vegetable scraps, soil, water and oxygen. The microorganisms eat the organic waste, breaking it down into simplest component. The finished compost thus produced is rich with fibre and inorganic nutrients, such as phosphorus, potassium and nitrogen, and it makes a natural fertiliser beneficial for the environment.

Waste to Energy

Segregated inorganic waste from the MSW and commercial waste is converted into RDF or Refuse-Derived Fuel. RDF consists largely of combustible substances such as non recyclable plastics (not including PVC), paper cardboard, labels, corrugated materials, etc. These fractions are separated by different processing steps, such as screening, air classification, ballistic separation, separation of ferrous and non ferrous materials, glass, stones and other foreign materials and shredding into a uniform grain size, in order to produce a homogeneous material which is then burned to heat a steam engine. The turbine placed in the steam engine then produces electricity.

IT Enabling

Each and every vehicle needs to be carefully monitored. Each collection vehicle needs to be tracked for schedule and mapped for efficiency. Each transfer stations needs to be weighted or its output. Each segregation unit needs to be controlled and monitored live. And then the amount of treatment and processing that goes into converting this waste to energy, and the containing any by-products is a task that cannot be executed without deploying cutting edge technology – both in engineering and information. Capturing live data creates pattern data analytics to continuously evolve and make our processes and efficiencies better.