Plastics don’t belong in oceans, riverbeds, or any of the water bodies. Unfortunately, we have cared less about stopping the inflow of non-biodegradable plastics into the ocean. Did you know that plastic trash accumulates in five gigantic ocean garbage patches across the world? The Indian Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, and Pacific Ocean, for instance. The floating plastics trapped in the patches break down into microscopic bits, making it difficult to clean the ocean beds. Smaller plastic particles threaten the existence of aquamarine creatures since it’s easy to ingest. In short, the circulating plastic impacts the ecosystem, economy, and health from times unknown. It is imperative to clean up the oceans and stop the flow of plastic into oceans right away.
Redesigning robust recycling systems to address the environmental challenges of plastic waste at scale.
In India, waste plastics are treated via mechanical recycling, feedstock or chemical recycling, or refurbished for energy recovery.Learn More
Mechanical recycling is a cost-effective and technology-backed method to process plastic waste. It is a popular practice to disintegrate plastic waste into secondary raw materials without altering the molecular structure of plastic. In fact, the plastic is mechanically crushed, remelted into granules, and repurposed in the manufacturing of new products.
Depolymerization, a technical term for chemical recycling, breaks down the polymer chains of plastic products and refurbishes them into feedstock for industries. It is a great way to optimise fossil resource conservation and reduce greenhouse gas release.
Did you know that plastic contains hydrocarbons? The alkanes are an excellent source of fuel that burns clean and is ecologically friendly. Pyrolysis is a tech-enabled process to extract energy from plastic waste and power fuel production. It is a cost-efficient process to recycle and refurbish plastic waste.
We envision refining and strengthening the infrastructure to collect, recycle, and reduce waste leakage into the environment.
We aim to integrate cutting-edge technology into efficient recycling systems to help communities and stakeholders achieve zero waste management in India.
03 Education & Engagement:
Karo Sambhav intends to spread awareness around EPR and harness the idea of responsible plastic waste management in India via awareness drives.
We pledge to take a giant leap in reducing the size of landfills and hit the ‘Zero Waste’ mark with time. We practise collection and cleanup drives to wipe out plastics from the face of the earth.
We'll work with your company to maximize what you recycle and achieve your sustainability goals.Contact Us