AshimaBioearth, Recykal launch waste management system in Odisha’s Twin City

Bhubaneswar: On the occasion of World Environment Day, ASHIMABIOEARTH and Recykal Join have announced the successful implementation of a comprehensive waste management system for the cities of Bhubaneswar and Cuttack in Odisha. This collaboration between AshimaBioearth and Recykal represents a significant step towards creating a sustainable and environmentally conscious future.

Recykal is First of its kind technology-driven solution provider for the waste management ecosystem.

Recykal scaled from 2 states to 30+ States and Union Territories.  Waste channeling went from 10,000 MT in a year to 200,000 MT in 2021 Recykal Marketplace, EPR Loop, Smart Centre solutions and Deposit Return System (DRS) Take back program took the industry by storm.

With the objective of promoting effective waste management and contributing to a circular economy, AshimaBioearth at present working with Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation and Cuttack Municipal Corporation for dry waste. This joint effort aims to revolutionize waste management practices by implementing innovative solutions and driving behavioral changes among the residents of Bhubaneswar and Cuttack.

By leveraging their expertise in waste management and sustainability, AshimaBioearth and Recykal have successfully established a robust framework for handling dry waste. This comprehensive system encompasses collection, segregation, processing, and recycling of various types of dry waste materials. Through this initiative, both companies are committed to minimizing waste generation, optimizing resource utilization, and reducing the environmental impact associated with waste disposal.

Both aim to create a sustainable circularity that not only addresses the immediate waste management needs but also contributes to the long-term environmental well-being of these cities. The collaboration between AshimaBioearth and Recykal signifies the commitment of both organizations towards achieving a greener and cleaner future for Bhubaneswar and Cuttack.

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