6 June 2018
Problems of waste management being faced by Municipal Corporations in Urban areas of North India, are now set to become a thing of the past. Now monitor waste management just from your mobile by sitting anywhere in just 4 hours.
A path breaking technology ‘waste to compost’ invented by Engineers of Pune based Bhor Engineering, was unveiled at Hotel J W Marriott. Bhor Engineering has entered North India in collaboration with Renewic, Mohali with the technology.
Waste management has become the easiest thing with the technology which allows to turn waste into compost or even water in just 4 hours with no smell or sound.
The technology, which comprises of different capacity electronic machines, was unveiled by Sarabjeet Singh, Assistant Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Mohali in presence of Arvind Rajput,MD,Bhor Engineering, Pune, Amanpreet Kaur Mangat, MD, Renewic, Mohali & Parampreet Kaur, Director, Renewic., Mohali. Later A media interaction about the introduction of the new technology was also held. The technology has been brought to Chandigarh to coincide with World Environment Day celebrations & a demonstration of how waste is the actually converted onto compost using the machines, was also held.
“The technology is already in use with government organisations like Nasik Nagar Palika, Pune Municipal Corporation , Hyderabad Municipal Corporation and Maharashtra Vidhan Mandal among others. The technology is listed under GeM scheme of Government of India & is helping give shape to PM Modi’s idea of Clean India under the banner of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.” Said Arvind Rajput, MD, Bhor Engineering, Pune.
The machine range starts from 3 lakh rupees and goes till 8.5 lakh rupees according to the weight of machine. It take cares of safety measures and is made of German blades which allows the machine to work properly even when any metal or plastic goes inside it.
It is noteworthy that Vision Ecologica, Technext, Pacific Laboratories, Al-Futtaim Exova which are well known organisations that provide analytical data related to scientific parameters of products, have certified in their reports that the technology is Ecologically sound with a C:N ratio less than 20. The other parameters are also quite robust.
“The machines are categorized in different divisions based on capacity. These range from 2kgs till 1000 Kgs. The 2 Kgs machine converts the waste into compost in 4 hours and all others in 20 hours. The compost is odorless, Methane Gas free and Eco-friendly.” said Amanpreet Kaur Mangat, MD, Renewic, Mohali.
The machine can decompose biodegradable/ organic waste of households, hotels, Schools, Hospitals, Food Processing Units and in fact any organization in just 4 hours. The Eco friendly & user friendly characteristics of the technology has been instrumental in Mohali’s Municipal Corporation placing an order with the manufacturers.
“This electronic machine is a weapon to combat the alarming issue of waste management and now our target will be North India mainly Chandigarh, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir to help these overcome the issue of waste management.” added Arvind Rajput.
“India produces 1,00,000 metric tonnes of waste everyday & if we look at the region just Haryana’s Gurugram & Faridabad pump out 1600 tonnes of waste dailyaccording to a report. Cleanliness needs to be maintained from grass root levels, the technology brought in by these state of the art machines will reduce the burden of Municipal Corporations and will change the scenario of managing daily household waste dramatically.” said Parampreet Kaur, Director, Renewic, Mohali.
Government offices, Housing Societies, Colleges and Hospitals of Tricity which are prime generators of bio-degradable waste have adopted or are gradually on way to introduce this brand new solution to the problem of waste management.
The technology could well be the answer to Urban India’s waste management woes. The technology has not only been adopted by Municipalities all over India but even housing societies have benefitted from this. Seems like PM Modi’s ‘Swachh Bharat’ vision has finally received the technology that looked like a distant dream.