Swachhata Startup Conclave’s initiative to mobilise innovative startups

| < 1 Min read Swachhata startup conclave, one of the initiatives organised under the Swachh Amrit Mahotsav by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (and DPIIT & AFD), was held on September 20th, 2022, to provide an array of funding and support facilities to startups to strengthen the sanitation and waste management industry. The event was a treasure […]

What equipments do MRFs use?

| 3 Min read The quantity of overall solid waste in cities is rising at a pace of 5% per year due to increased urbanisation. Every year, per capita waste generation, grows by 1.3%. Because of the rising waste generation, it is impossible to recycle most of the waste generated if MRFs execute manual operations, as manual processes take […]

Where to sell plastic waste online

| 3 Min read As India’s population grew during the 1990s, with many people commuting to cities for livelihood, nationwide waste management was jeopardised. Waste is dumped in and around almost every city. That’s when the law that prompted the Indian government to adopt statewide rules governing effective waste management and establishing waste processing and disposal facilities came to […]

Growing concern about E-waste in India

| 4 Min read The use of electronic equipment has increased dramatically in India due to the rapid expansion of the IT and communications industries. Because of the increased concern over e-waste, there is a greater emphasis on recycling and better e-waste management. People keep most of the obsolete electronic equipment at home because they don’t know how to […]

Plastic Deposit Refund System in Kedarnath 

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| 3 Min read Kedarnath attracts over 15,000 visitors per day, 3,000+ ponies with escorts, safai sathis, security and disaster management teams, licensed shops with workers leading to an overall footfall of 35,000+.   The Char Dham Yatra began on May 3rd, 2022 post the COVID regulations and over 8 lakh pilgrims have reportedly visited the shrines to date. Swamped […]

What are Material recovery facilities?

| 3 Min read Material recovery facilities are also known as Material Reclamation Facilities or Material Recycling Facilities. Material recovery facilities are designed to produce clean and pure recyclable materials to guarantee that the commodities produced are marketable and fetch the highest price. The waste is collected from the doorstep in segregated form, which is then sorted into different […]

Everything You Should Know About The PWM Rules

| 3 Min read Do you know? India produces around 3.4 million tonnes of plastic waste each year. It’s essential to question how EPR rules are assisting us in reshaping India into the most sustainable country with a circular economy in plastic usage. We know that the PWM rules for 2021 mainly focused on storing, transporting, dispensing, or packaging […]

Recykal at WEF’s Global Tech Governance Retreat

| < 1 Min read Earlier this year, the World Economic Forum recognized Recykal as a Technology Pioneer! With that, Recykal was invited to participate in WEF events & discussions, and contribute to the forum’s initiatives by collaborating with global leaders to address key industry & societal issues. We’re happy to announce that, this June, we’re heading to the Global […]

Price Trends for PET Scrap in September

| 2 Min read The average prices of PET scrap saw a consistent rise across the month. It should be noted that the prices across the country varied by at least 5-6% and the price fluctuation due to local factors has impacted the national average. A consistently high rate was observed in Himachal Pradesh with ₹ 48.5/Kg at the […]

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 […]