Daily Dump is based out of Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India, and is a waste solution provider, designing and building solutions for managing of the household waste. It is a brand of a company called PBK Waste Solutions Pvt Ltd.
Daily Dump products and services support a sustainable living community and empower Bangaloreans to become green citizens. Daily Dump has the know how to change the image of waste and through their at-home composters, have kept over 10,000 kgs of waste out of landfills everyday. As a service, Daily Dump helps in managing household /community organic waste and converts it to useful high-quality compost. They are involved in developing a range of composting solutions, and already have a number of simple home composters. The Daily Dump products are designed to ensure that you can compost at home, conveniently and hygienically.
Most recently, Daily Dump launched a pilot program called Recycle Guru. Recycle Guru is a new service app that will help connect households who wish to recycle dry-waste to informal waste workers. This app will not only help individuals further recycle but will also add value and support to informal waste workers livelihoods.
Daily Dump may not change the world on it’s own – but it can make a difference by empowering individual households to do so.
Daily Dump sees waste as a “Wasted Resource”, hence their artistic twist on it and belief in making waste visible and beautiful. They think their efforts and initiative will help people remain conscious of throwing reusable materials and will empower the next generation to understand the value of their resources.
On their site, you’ll find information about them and their products, as well as free material for those who are inspired to start their own composting project.
Check out their website for uber cool ideas on starting your own waste management business or even ideas for self composting waste. They also have a Facebook page with almost 3,000 followers where the page is regularly updated with their ongoing activities and informative ideas on waste management.
Also have a look at RESET's previous artilce "Home Composting in India - the new thing to do", for more ideas on how to make your own home compost.
Author: Ajay Pal Singh Chabba/ RESET editorial
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