Recycler’s World 


Recycler's World is a world wide information trading site and was established to promote trade in the Recycling Industry for the benefit of our subscribers and members.

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International POPs Elimination Network 


Every baby everywhere in the world enters life with hundreds of toxic, man-made chemicals in their bodies. Since World War II, approximately 80,000 new synthetic chemicals have been manufactured and released in the environment, with approximately 1,500 new chemicals being introduced each year. One US study found an average of 200 synthetic chemicals in the umbilical cord blood of newborn infants.

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National Toxics Network (NTN)


The National Toxics Network (NTN) is a not for profit, civil society network working towards pollution reduction, protection of environmental health and environmental justice for all. As the Australian focal point for the International POPs Elimination Network, we are committed to creating a Toxics-Free Future and working towards the full implementation of the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants other global chemical conventions.

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Centre for Environment and Development


The Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India has established Centres of Excellence (CoEs) in the area of Urban Development and Urban Transport in reputed institutions in the country to create the necessary knowledge base for improving municipal service delivery and management. The basic objective of these CoEs is to foster cutting edge and cross cutting research,capacity building and technical knowledge base in the area of urban development. The CoEs will address urban development issues at national, state and local levels and will provide support to states and local governments.

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National Solid Waste Association of India -NSWAI

National Solid Waste Association of India -NSWAIis the only leading professional non-profit organization in the field of Solid Waste Management in India. With over 500 members worldwide, NSWAI comprises of a strong member team of national and international experts on waste management which includes all kinds of waste such as

·         Municipal solid waste

·         Bio – medical waste

·         Hazardous waste

·         E-waste and

·         Construction and  demolition waste

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Karo Sambhav translates into ‘Make Possible’ and we as India's leading Producer responsibility organization (PRO) are steering the way e-waste is managed in this country by putting accountability, transparency and trust in the system and are working countrywide with producers and globally trusted brands like Apple, Dell, HP, Lenovo and HMD to implement their Extended Producer Responsibility(EPR), helping close their material loop. From making robust EPR plans to staying compliant throughout, from running awareness campaigns to setting up collection channels, collecting waste and sending it for responsible recycling, always make sure that our producers get the most comprehensive and accountable EPR service in India. At the heart of Karo Sambhav's approach is our relentless conviction to create inclusive, sustainable, scalable and transparent systems for e-waste handling in India, that creates equitable opportunity and fair value for every stakeholders in the value chain. Our innovative and data backed tech platform, along with our country wide grassroot driven ecosystem connects all the stakeholders into an integrated formalized e-waste management chain and is enabling waste management into an environmentally conscious and sustainable industry. It present across 29 states and 3 union territories in India through various initiatives. In the first year of our operations, and have successfully collected and sent over 3000 MTs for responsible recycling. Through their programmes which have engaged over 500 Bulk Consumers, 1500 Schools, 5000 Informal Sector Waste Pickers and Aggregators, 800 Repair Shops across the country.

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Saahas is a non-profit organization working in the field of waste management. At Saahas, we believe that when waste is managed at source, it becomes a resource. Since 2001, we have been helping build communities across rural and urban India that manage their waste at source by reducing, reusing and recycling their waste and achieving 90% resource recovery.

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