Here’s to a cleaner 2023!

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Greetings to all our readers!

As we begin a new year, it is essential to reflect on the state of waste management in India and the progress made in recent times. Waste management continues to be one of the most significant environmental challenges facing the country. Rapid urbanization and increasing population have led to an exponential increase in waste generation, posing severe health and environmental hazards.

However, there have been some notable developments in the waste management sector in India in recent years. The government has launched various initiatives such as the SBM 2.0, which aims to promote sustainable waste management practices and increase public awareness about the issue. Moreover, several private companies and civil society organizations have come forward to develop innovative solutions to address the waste management crisis in the country.

As a website devoted to waste management, over the last three years, our goal has been to consistently provide our readers with timely and relevant information on the latest trends and innovations in the sector. We hope to serve as a platform for stakeholders from different sectors to share their experiences and insights on best practices for waste management in India. We will continue to bring you articles on topics ranging from waste-to-energy technologies to the circular economy, as well as profiles of leading waste management companies and organizations in India.

We believe that by working together, we can create a cleaner and healthier future for our country. We look forward to your continued support and feedback in the coming year.

Best regards,

Aafrin Kidwai

Editor-in-Chief, SWI

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