Proactive & committed entity in Waste Management.
Disruptive waste management solutions.
Solutions ranging from household to enterprise level.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 12
SDG 12: RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION
Globally, food waste has been a major issue for the last decade as it threatens the environment and public health. Rotting releases methane, which causes the greenhouse effect. The toxic leachates and pathogenic microorganisms released from landfills enter surrounding agricultural lands & water systems causing enormous harm to human life and livestock. Composting is implemented as a solution to manage and reduce food waste according to global sustainable development goals (SDGs).
The age-old mindset of bringing all the waste to one place to a centralized facility is not sustainable anymore. We have seen that this only creates more and more landfills. Shifting garbage to landfills and then engaging agencies to bio mine the legacy waste sites is a huge wasteful expenditure that burns the taxpayer money.
Decentralization is the key to sustainable waste management.
Comply to SWM Rules 2016
Anybody producing more than 100 Kg of garbage is now classified as a “Bulk Waste Generator (BWG)” and the Municipal corporations are not supposed to lift the waste from BWG locations. Insitu composting at all Bulk Waste Generator locations as suggested by the Solid Waste Management Rules 2016 is the rite way!
Sobha Petunia Apartment, Bangalore
RITWAYS replaced the builder’s nonfunctional crate system organic waste converter with a TALLBOY organic waste converter. Since then, they recycle all their organic waste. Wet and dry waste don’t mix, so the dry waste gets picked up.
The Sobha Petunia Apartments is a “Zero Garbage Zone”.
Bidadi Industries Association, Bangalore
The Bidadi Industrial Area in Bangalore, home to some big names like Toyota & Bosch is a big area generating a substantial amount of Solid Waste. The Bidadi Industries Association started a Solid Waste Resource Recovery center (https://youtu.be/WS7uRSjBZts) with CSR funds. The TALLBOY organic waste converter was chosen after a long due diligence process. It was an honor for us to win this order.
BIA Solid Waste Resource Recovery Center
BEED Municipal ward uses TALLBOY composting system for recycling organic wastes. With a very efficient segregated waste collection program implementation and then sorting the dry waste to 100+ categories brings them good revenue that is able to pay for their Solid Waste Resource Recovery Centre operational costs.
Hotal Cygnett Repose, Guwahati
Guwahati, the entrance to North-East receives high visitor traffic and the hotel industry needs to run smoothly and sustainably. After NGT’s strict compliance guidelines the hotels in Guwahati were forced to install OWC’s. Cygnett chose TALLBOY after thorough due diligence and it was able to reverse its solid waste management from “expense” to “revenue”.
Sector 47 - Noida
“Swachhta Prerna Udyan” a unique experiment by the Resident Welfare Association of Sector 47, Noida. This facility at one one their park location was created with an intention to create to showcase the resource recovery from the garbage generated by their community. Riteways won the contract to set up their composting part, in July 2018.
In two years it produced 60,000 kg of compost and sold about 35000 kg at rate of Rs 10/kg. This revenue they earned met day to day expense of running the project and made it sustainable.
RWA Sector-47, Noida was awarded a cash prize of Rs.One lakh in “Solid Waste Management” Award Competition jointly organized by Bureau of Indian Standards & Noida Authority, Noida.
Matri Mandir, Auroville - Pondicherry
In Auroville’s center, the Matrimandir is an edifice of spiritual significance for practitioners of Integral Yoga. It was built by The Mother of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram. This was one of the early prestigious orders for RITEWAYS which was also won though a tough competition.