Blogs

BW2V and YSETC seek to provide a solution to Used Lead Acid Batteries

About 24,000 tonnes of Used Lead Acid Batteries (ULAB) were produced in Nepal in 2015. This shocking figure is largely due to the efficiency and affordability of this type of variety (ie. vehicles batteries, solar batteries, inverters), what makes of it an endogenous mean to store electricity. However, when no disposed and treated properly, the acid of this batteries poses serious risks to our health and the environment surrounding us. Some of these risks include adverse effects on the nervous systems, renal systems, bone functionand vitamin D metabolism, reproductive health and blood presure, among others.

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A Field visit to Sankhu MRF organized by Lumanti Support Group for Shelter

On the 21st of June, Lumanti Support Group organized a field visit to the Material Recovery Facility (MRF) of Blue Waste to Value at Shankharapur Municipality. There were a total of 28 enthusiastic participants during the visit, including the Ward Chairman of Lalitpur Metropolitan City Ward no. 22, a few members of BARDEC, T.R.C.S. School, and the Lumanti Support Group for Shelter.

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Training Session on Waste Management at Shree Chandee Adarsha Saral School

On the World Environment Week, last June 6th 2019, Blue Waste to Value in association with Time Pharmaceuticals Pvt.Ltd, conducted a training session on Waste Management at Shree Chandee Adarsha Saral School. The training session had a participation of 27 students from grade 8 and 6 representatives of Time Pharmaceuticals Pvt.Ltd. The program was led by Mr. Ashish Khanal and Miss. Prabina Duwal, Manager and Project Associate of BW2V respectively. The major objective of the training was to aware students about proper waste management practices, which includes waste collection, waste segregation, recycling, and safely dispose of processes.

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Chaudhary Group implements E-waste Take Back System with BW2V as the Recycling Partner

On the eve of World Environment Day 2019, BW2V and Chaudhary Group (CG) have officially signed a MOU for the introducing the first E-waste take-back and recycling system in Nepal. From now on, consumers can dispose their E-waste at the outlets of CG and LG Lifestyle Shoppe to ensure that it is properly recycled through Blue Waste to Value (BW2V).  The MOU was signed by Mr. Nirvana Chaudhary, Managing Director of CG, and Mr. Nabin Bikash Maharjan, CEO of BW2V.

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