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Waste & Sustainability

Sustained economic growth and lifestyle changes fuels incremental change in consumption patterns and consequently places enormous pressure on natural resources increasing generation of toxics waste. With raw materials becoming scarce and energy more expensive, it is imperative that we use resources more efficiently, minimise waste generation and use waste as a resource for generation of secondary raw materials. For sustainability, it is also important that we focus on reducing the adverse impacts of waste on our air, soil and water.

  • Healthcare

    Biomedical WasteBio-Medical Waste (BMW) refers to any waste, which is generated during the diagnosis, treatment or immunization of human beings or

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  • Biomedical Waste

    Bio-Medical Waste (BMW) refers to any waste, which is generated during the diagnosis, treatment or immunization of human beings or animals or in research activities pertaining thereto or in the produc

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  • Electronic Waste

    Electronics industry is the world’s largest and fastest growing industry. The last decade has seen a tremendous growth in the manufacturing and consumption of electronic and electrical equipmen

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  • Hazardous Waste

    InterventionsToxics Link research study on Hazardous Waste...Explore MorePublicationsToxics Link publication on Hazardous Waste.........Explore MoreMedia CoverageMedia Coverage on Hazardous Wast

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  • Municipal Waste

    As cities in India reel under the pressure of unplanned urban growth, waste management has taken a backseat. When action is taken, it is to bring in imported 'solutions' which have been discarded in t

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  • Plastic Waste

    Plastic waste has become one of the most daunting challenges for the world to manage. The unrivalled functional properties of durability, lightweightedness, inexpensiveness and water and shock resista

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  • Other Issues Waste

    Solar WasteSolar energy has now become an essential part of the global move toward clean energy and it will play an essential role

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  • Solar Waste

    Solar energy has now become an essential part of the global move toward clean energy and it will play an essential role in meeting the energy demand challenges in future. Thus it is critical that the

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  • Mercury Healthcare

    Mercury is a toxic heavy metal, which is bio-accumulative, biomagnifies, and persistent in nature. It metabolizes into the deadly methyl mercury naturally, once it reacts with the bacteria present in

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  • Mercury Free Dentistry

     WHO considers mercury to be one of the top ten chemicals of public health concern as it causes significant damage to the environment and to the human health. It has toxic effects on the nervous,

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  • Menstrual Waste

    Menstrual products are an essential component in the lives of millions of females throughout the globe. A huge amount of effort is being put into menstrual hygiene management, but the subject of men

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