Supported By



Supported By

Revitalizing Environmental Sustainability through Education & Technology


Delhi, Hyderabad

Supported By

KPMG Global Services Private Limited

Focus Areas

Wet waste management, awareness and behavioural change


October 2022 to Ongoing


30 schools in Delhi for awareness, 1 educational institutes for setting up Biogas plant


2TPD wet waste processed through biogas plant; sessions in 30 schools


Delhi, Telangana

Key stakeholders

Educational Institutes

Schools and other educational institutions are one of the key stakeholders in the solid waste management ecosystem and it is important not only to make the students understand the critical need to adopt circular economy in every possible manner, but to also demonstrate how the waste loop can be closed locally by localised climate action. While local composting is carried out by members of eco-clubs in some schools and colleges, having a biogas plant set up to locally manage food waste is not something that students have experienced personally

Objectives :

This intervention has two distinct objectives:

  • Creating awareness about circular economy among children to influence the next generation: Working with 30 schools/ educational institutions on solid waste and drive behavioural change in line with the 3R principles for systematic waste reduction and management taking into account the environmental concerns.
  • Showcasing biogas as an effective decentralized solution for biodegradable waste, and assessing the carbon reduction by virtue of this: Set up a plant of 2 tons per day capacity at a host site which has a kitchen/canteen for community eg. public university/ government hospital/community kitchen.