Recykal Stories: Agriculture Plastic Waste gets a new life

| 4 Min read “The waste generated on a farm decomposes, except for PLASTIC” Plastic waste mismanagement is a growing issue across the world and in India. The same applies to Agricultural Plastic Waste (APW). Agriculture and its allied sectors are the single largest source of livelihood for many in India; accounting to 17-18% of the country’s GDP. The […]

Product Takeback Programs for a Circular Economy

| 6 Min read The rate of production is way higher than the rate of recycling. Due to this, products usually end up in landfills after their life ends. How do we change this linear process and inculcate a circular economy practice? Through take-back programs. As the name suggests, these programs help manufacturers and producers collect the users’ used […]

Pepsico & Coca Cola invest in Recycled PET Packaging

| 2 Min read Owing to the pollution control regulations the use of recycled PET packaging has surged, and here’s a brief about how soda giants are tackling this change. A sustainability push seems to have taken over the food and beverages industry. Pepsico, a giant in this industry, is also an integral part of this change, which was […]

Michelin uses Technology Innovation for a sustainable future

| 2 Min read Globally, more than 1 billion tyres reach their end-of-life each year, and the un-recycled Tyre waste has been identified as a global problem. Michelin, a leading tyre manufacturer has harnessed technology innovation and collaborations to help reduce waste. A worn-out tyre is often dumped in a landfill or burnt or occasionally recycled. Did you know […]

Recykal Stories: Building a Plastic Free Tiger Reserve

| 4 Min read Set in the Nallamala Ranges, Srisailam Tiger Reserve is rich with biodiversity and a complex ecosystem.  The ranges are spread over a vast area and are also well known for religious tourism. This region has been facing various issues due to the plastic waste generated by the pilgrims as well as tourists. Major reason behind […]

The role of chemicals in the future of plastic recycling

Role of chemicals in the future of plastic recycling

| 2 Min read Even though we are aware of the slow condition of plastic recycling that we are facing today, its demand keeps increasing. If it continues in the same manner the plastic waste volumes will grow from 260 million tons per year in 2016 to 460 million tons by 2030. This will only hike the already existing […]

Recykal Stories: Changlang – Swacch City, Award at Swachh Survekshan 2021.

Changlang, Arunachal Pradesh, Awarded at Swachh Survekshan 2021

| 4 Min read The Indian Government has been encouraging and implementing various programs for the cities, towns, and states to overcome the issue of uncleanliness around the country. One of such initiatives is Swachh Survekshan 2021, a pan India annual cleanliness survey, where the award is presented to the cities, towns, and states based on sanitation, waste management, […]

Recykal Stories: Latur, Maharashtra awarded at Swachh Survekshan 2021

| 3 Min read Swachh Survekshan is a pan India annual cleanliness survey that ranks India’s cities, towns and states based on sanitation, waste management and overall cleanliness.  In the latest nationwide cleanliness survey 4,320 cities were covered in 28 days, adding that over 4.2 core people had given their feedback. Latur, a city in Maharashtra was recognized for […]

Plastic Waste Recycling – Three Distinct Methods

| 3 Min read Recycling is a process of collecting and transforming the used or waste materials into reusable/raw materials to form a new product. This procedure indeed extends a sustainable environment and benefits the community at large. Products such as paper, plastic, metal, electronic devices, wood, clothing & textiles, bricks, and many more are on the good-to-go list […]

Recykal Stories: Empowering the Waste Management Sector

| 3 Min read At Recykal, our aim is to provide a full-proof digital platform for waste management. At the same time we also aim towards creating a positive impact in the lives of the informal sector. The informal sector mainly includes the waste collectors who also sort the waste.  Their daily routine revolves around collecting waste and segregating […]