Clean Kerala was formed out of a few questions. Why would a state famed for its cleanliness start to implode under its own weight (waste rather)? Is it a problem of culture or infrastructure? Has our traditional tools failed to tackle the problems of modernity? We pursue these questions and try to find answers in consensus.

Clean Kerala attempts to strike a balance in our waste management methods. It envisages a household equipped to reduce its waste by better treatment and a municipal body capable of handling whatever is left out. On both fronts recycling would hold the key. We should try to change the uberconsumerist attitude and reduce wastage.

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On both fronts recycling would hold the key. We should try to change the uberconsumerist attitude and reduce wastage.

One of our objectives is to dust tried and trusted traditional methods for treating waste at the first level. Think of earthworm compost. There are flowerpot-size compost systems available in Kochi and not many know about it. We facilitate the introduction of such innovations to the consumer and find a stable market for the innovators in the process.

We try to form discussions to find solutions for the local government representative searching for ways to remove the waste pile on the road side, the businessman struggling to keep the unit clean, the home maker worried over the stink from the kitchen and the waste management worker who toil day and night to ensure a hygienic environment for all of us. 

Clean Kerala was formed out of a few questions. Why would a state famed for its cleanliness start to implode under its own weight (waste rather)? Is it a problem of culture or infrastructure? Has our traditional tools failed to tackle the problems of modernity? We pursue these questions and try to find answers in consensus. 

Clean Kerala attempts to strike a balance in our waste management methods. It envisages a household equipped to reduce its waste by better treatment and a municipal body capable of handling whatever is left out.

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Keep The Talks Alive

  • Build a platform to follow up the seminar discussions in the spirit of the consensus
  • Launch a trade journal to update stakeholders of state-of-the-art trends in the industry
  • Keep stakeholders, from local governments to industry players, connected
  • Facilitate the development of incubation centres for innovators in the field
  • Conduct a prolonged multimedia campaign to create awareness among the public
  • Carry out an attractive awareness programme centred on schools and colleges

Introduce Innovation

  • Identify latest technologies in municipal waste management
  • Scout for equipment that helps boost efficiency in cleaning
  • Promote tested indigenous techniques to better manage waste

Oppurtunity To Collaborate

  • Get policy experts, business leaders and others with skin in the game to talk
  • Discuss available cleaning technologies and means to adapt them to our needs
  • Assessing the bottlenecks that slow down waste management
  • Listen to successful practices implemented by local governments
  • Provide frontline workers a platform to share their feedback and suggestions
  • Disseminate the message through all available media

 

 

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43/2550, Peediyakkal Road
Kochi, Kerala, 682018, India
Mob: +91 9037 8888 52 / 53 / 54 / 57
Email: info@cleankerala.in

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