Riteways franchise in waste recycling management with low cost and high returns

Franchise Low Cost High Return In Waste Management Solutions

Franchise by partnering with RITEWAYS, in waste management solutions, low investment and high returns. By partnering with RITEWAYS, one has the opportunity to expose oneself to the untapped potential of ‘waste 2 wealth’ business opportunities. RITEWAYS chooses to grow by creating highly innovative green building solutions.

TALLBOY Composting Business Opportunities

TALLBOY Composting Business Opportunity

To manufacture, sell and operate Composting plants at BWG locations.
rejuWATER Wastewater Recycling Franchise Business

rejuWATER Wastewater Recycling Franchising

To manufacture, sell and operate rejuWATER Sewage Treatment Plants.
veggyBARREL Urban Gardening Business Franchise

veggyBARREL Urban Gardening Franchising Business

To manufacture, sell and operate veggyBARREL edible gardening farms.

Franchising Business For a Greener and Cleaner world

Franchising business in waste management for a greener and cleaner world
RITEWAYS offers out-of-the-box products for individual and enterprise consumers that promote self-sustainability and zero waste. A franchising opportunity that offers investors a very lucrative business model to earn well and feel good.

RITEWAYS plans to partner with interested and passionate individuals to grow its footprint via franchising. The brand seeks association with the following parameters:

Franchising Format: FOFO
Area Required: 500 to 5000 sq ft
Approx. Investment: ₹5  to 25 Lakhs
Franchising Fee: ₹2 to 10 Lakhs
Annualized ROI: 100%
Payback Period: Within 2 years
Agreement Term: 5 years

Why RITEWAYS Franchising?

Multiple success factors make the RITEWAYS franchising a strong alternative to other ways of starting a new business.

  • Over two decades of experience
  • Designs that have been patented
  • Trademarks that have been registered
  • Tested and proven
  • Installations throughout India
  • Products that have won awards
  • Credentials that are solid
Johny holding vegetable basket


The food crisis is reaching its beginning stages globally. Eventually, we may need to consider growing our own food. The question is how? There are limits to what can be grown with hydroponics plus the fear of the growth of waterborne illnesses and algae in closed systems. Comparatively, veggyBARREL is a much better option, it is a soil-based system and produces the freshest and most nutritious organic food that you can get.

Global expected CAGR: 24.8%


The entire world is gearing up to fight the global garbage crisis through the implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Goal, SDG 12. TALLBOY Composting Franchising implements to manage and reduce food waste in line with SDG 12. Which is about sustainable consumption and production, doing more and better with less. Moreover, it is now mandatory for all Bulk Waste Generators (BWG) to install in situ composters.

Global expected CAGR: 6.8%


78% of sewage is officially untreated and disposed of in rivers, lakes, groundwater. Big centralized sewage treatment plants are not feasible due to huge sewage conveyance costs. Treat Locally so that the treated water can be used locally. That is why there is a big push from the government to establish decentralized local STPs. It makes sense, and that is why the rejuWATER franchising is a huge business opportunity.

Global expected CAGR: 7%

Frequently Asked Questions

Should you have any queries, feel free to ask.

Why choose Riteways franchising business?

80% of all small start-ups fail within the first 4 years. 95% of franchisees are still in business after 5 years.

What is the difference between agency and distributor?

A commission agent sells the product on the company’s behalf. The company bills the customer directly and pays an overriding commission to the agent involved.

Whereas a distributor buys the products from the company at a discounted price and bills directly to their customer after adding their profit. The distributor owns the stocks.

What is the franchising signing up process?

Typically an LOI (letter of intent) is signed when a franchisee comes on board with a token amount. This is followed by the fee and agreement after the location is finalized. Once the business partner is approved, the franchising application needs to be signed, the agreement process to be initiated, and the rollout plan to begin execution.

What is the difference between a franchising and a distributorship?

Typically a Franchising agreement permits a Franchisee to use the Franchisor’s know-how & brand to build a localized business wherein the partner gets to keep the larger share (90% to 95%) and the partner earns a royalty income of 5% to 10%.

Whereas, Distributors sell products that are created and marketed by another company, typically working on margins between 5% to 15%. They are required to stock up the materials and distribute them to dealers. It is a low margin, low excitement, unchanging (stuck in a rut) kind of business opportunity.

What is the difference between c&f agent and distributor?

From customs clearing perspective in the export-import business, a clearing & forwarding agent coordinates with the carrier and takes care of all shipping and delivery activities. From a product distribution standpoint, the C&F agent is an agency that carries out the logistics in the assigned zone, invests & holds adequate stocks, provides deliveries to the distributors, manages damaged/expired goods, and gives service to the distributors on behalf of the company.

Whereas a distributor buys the products from the company or C&F agent at a discounted price and bills directly to their customer after adding their profit.

What are the evaluation parameters of an ideal franchisee?

Strategic Parameters: city/Area population, the socio-economic profile of the location, availability of the strategic location, degree of competition in the neighborhood, keenness in the immediate roll out and ease in getting a location

Operational parameters: managerial bandwidth, the overall experience in the business, willingness to comply with franchisor guidelines, and participation in the day to day business of the center

Financial Parameters: the turnover potential of the franchisee location, funds availability, anticipated RoI (return on investment) from venture within the proposed plan & ownership of the property.

Marketing skills: local network and goodwill in the market, interpersonal skills.