Our work is focused on Mumbai city and parts of rural Maharashtra. 

Our goal is to make Mumbai a Waste Free city and our target audience includes waste generators such as societies and corporates. The Foundation not only creates awareness about the cause but also follows through with end-to-end and holistic implementation through standardized procedures, an implementation manual, videos, charts, workshops and more.

We also have a Rural Waste Management program designed to ensure that the waste generated, (especially inorganic waste like plastic packaging) in lakhs of villages, is not littered or burnt and is instead recycled responsibly. To enable this, we are working with local NGOs, waste aggregators, recyclers, consumer brands and the villagers to set up reverse logistics systems. One such project started in 2019 in Raigad district of Maharashtra and we have recently started our second project in Ahmednagar district.

We also work with colleges and schools in Mumbai, to address the issue. As we know, who can be a better audience than our younger generation and the future of this country. Creating a habit to manage our waste from a young age makes us more responsible and disciplined towards a better future. The learning through their waste management education in schools and colleges will not be limited, instead it can be further implemented in their daily lives.