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  • One of the best articles that I have come across which explains the waste management situation in India. Very well written, covering all aspects in chronological order and with real life comments from the experts.

    Posted by: Naina Gupta | 12 months ago | Reply
    • Hi... I am also interested to work for this waste management.

      Pls let me know if it's suitable we can discuss & work for it.

      Posted by: Dileep | 2 months ago | Reply
    • Hi.....i am very much interested in waste management startup in INDIA. if you have any plans we can discuss and proceed further.... vikramiiit@gmail.com .....this is my email address

      Posted by: Vikram Atti | one month ago | Reply
  • on waste disposal is a large problem in India . i have a project through this we can a business in world label.

    Posted by: Ram Rattan | 2 months ago | Reply
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    Posted by: AMARDEEPSHARMA | 4 weeks ago | Reply
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    We have a solution which 100% avoids landfills , which means no METHANE gas generation. It will also totally avoids carrying food waste to long distances which means saving of large amount of money to municipal corporations.

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    Posted by: Subbarao | 6 days ago | Reply
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