Waste from Everest region airlifted by Tara Air was handed over to BW2V for recycling.
As part of the Everest Clean-up Campaign 2018, 5,000 kg non-burnable and non-biodegradable waste from the Everest region was flown to Kathmandu from Lukla today.read more
National College introduces complete waste management system in their premises
Kathmandu National College newly introduced the complete waste management system in their own premises with the help of Blue Waste to Value team. 13th March 2018 they hosted the Nepal and Japan project fellow program, where BW2V honored for allotment about Blue Waste to Value (BW2V), its working system, waste management systems, recycling technique, composting and site visit of BW2V working area.read more
Everest Garbage CARAVAN
Half a century after Edmund Hillary bought the land from Sherpa farmers for $2,600 to build the famous airfield, Lukla became the gateway to Everest. But today the town is also the exit point for garbage to be airlifted out. At Lukla Airport, Funuru Sherpa gets up before dawn to prepare his staff for the Kathmandu flights.read more
One day training on “Briquette Making”
One day training was organized at the premises of Foundation for Sustainable Technologies (FoST), at Thamel where BW2V team got orientation and hands on training on “Briquette Production”. With the main motive of promoting the zero waste and sustainable green technology, BW2V is going to start the briquette production. The training begun with an overview of solid waste management and green technology as an alternative source of energy.read more