Rooftop gardening is not just a hipster hobby nor just an activity with cosmetic benefits. It comes with real advantages for health and the environment and also can provide employment and socialisation opportunities.
Our client has a paper manufacturing set-up in Ambivli, Maharashtra. Plagued by issues at their effluent treatment plant stemming from inefficient treatment, they turned to us for a permanent solution.
About the benefits and advantages of plastic recycling and the business opportunities it presents while helping us save the earth and our waters from the dangers of plastic pollution.
Every year when the monsoons roll along, we are reminded of Mumbai’s sheer lack of effective and well-managed sanitation. And the rampant spread of diseases like dengue and diarrhoea that comes with inefficient sanitation.
Our client, a fish farmer in Vietnam, had an 8-hectare farm where he was breeding red tilapia fish. Plagued by poor water quality and disease outbreaks, he turned to us for a probiotic solution.
Mumbai generates 500 metric tonnes of plastic waste every single day. it’s probably hard to imagine that the plastic waste you generate could potentially be a large contributor to making diarrhoea a killer disease in India. But the staggering numbers tell a different story.
Often situated in inhospitable terrain, sanitation is one of the huge challenges for the Indian Army across cantonments. Overflowing septic tanks are a common issue. Till we provided a long-lasting solution.
Prasad Subhash Ahir, a fruit farmer, from Nashik had a problem with fungal infections in his farm. Productivity was affected. And costs in controlling the infection were soaring. And then he turned to us for help with turning things around at his farm.
Our client, one of India’s finest hotel groups, runs a luxury, 5-star hotel in Ahmedabad. Plagued by multiple issues with their drainage lines and septic tanks – clogged pipelines, extremely bad odour, flies, mosquitoes and cockroaches around the septic tank and costly and repeated maintenance needs – they turned to us for help.
Our clients – India’s oldest and largest dairy foods manufacturers – have a plant in Gujarat, manufacturing a wide range of products, including milk and milk derived food products like cheese, butter, ghee, ice creams and more. Their effluent treatment plant (ETP), using both aerobic and anaerobic digestors, was not able to efficiently degrade wastewater constituents. Frustrated, they asked us for help in making their ETP more efficient.