Large Residential complexes generate a considerable amount of organic waste. The waste material may be classified in kitchen waste, dry waste and garden waste. Complexes can benefit largely by converting this waste into compost fertilizer by making most of the incentives offered by municipal authorities.
Malls with food court
Anywhere there’s food, there’s waste. Food courts produce a large amount of waste each day. Most municipal services are highly burdened to process the large volumes of waste generated by malls with food courts, which has prompted legislation making it obligatory for developers of such complexes to provide waste disposal systems.
Countryside resorts and retreats have generate quite a lot of garden waste and food waste. This has prompted the legislation binding them to manage the waste they generate. We have products and solutions that are applications in the countryside resort space.
Hotels, needless to say are large producers of waste. They are among the prime candidates in the spotlight of municipal authorities when it concerns waste disposal. Our solutions can help Hotels to address the problem efficiently.
Like hotels, industrial canteens too are large producers of waste, in fact larger. Most staff canteens cater to large number of persons in a single day. The waste generated could be in tonnes and waste disposal systems of high capacity are a necessity.
Educational Institutes, Hostels
Educational institutes also have reasonable large student and staff population that needs facilities like a canteen. These too are waste generating resources, mostly kitchen waste.
Another large producer of organic waste is wedding venues. They too produce reasonably large volumes of wet and dry waste. They like the rest are frequented by people in large numbers. These are sources of both, kitchen as well as garden waste.
Hospitals produce a cross section of waste. Apart from kitchen waste, there’s a component of surgical waste. Immediate disposal of such waste becomes critical. Instant disposal in these cases becomes an imperative.
Temples like marriage venues are frequented by people in large numbers. These are sources of both, kitchen as well as garden waste, considering the floral offerings by devotees in large numbers.
Waste management on its largest scale obviously is carried out by municipal bodies. It ultimately becomes the responsibility of municipal corporations the world over to dispose of urban waste at large. Mammoth volumes of waste are generated by cities the world over requiring expertise together with machinery of high capacity for disposal.