FAQ'S

First, separate your household garbage into wet and dry. Composting requires your kitchen waste (wet waste) to be collected and treated. Choose a composting unit depending on the amount of waste your household or community generates daily. Look up Daily Dump and Sampurn e arth online, they are both knowledge and equipment suppliers. Look up Daily Dump and Sampurn e arth online, they are both knowledge and equipment suppliers.
Zero Waste is a philosophy that encourages the redesign of resource life cycles so that all products are reused. The goal is for no trash to be sent to landfills or incinerators. The process recommended is one similar to the way that resources are reused in nature. Source - Wikipedia
Is it possible to lead a zero-waste lifestyle? GFI team member shows us how she lives a zero-waste lifestyle by using waste-free alternatives.
Form a team of like-minded individuals within the community. Identify and document your problem spots. Approach your local corporate for municipal support and permissions (very important!). Depending on the nature of the problem, identify resource requirements. Make a blueprint of the action plan. Then get started!
The five critical steps are to:
  • Identify a team of motivated community champions
  • Host an awareness session conducted by professional groups in the zero waste space
  • Conduct a waste audit through a waste management service provider to understand quality and quantity of waste generated in your community
  • Identify the right solutions based on their report
  • Design a rewards and recognition program to get started and sustain the zero waste journey