Sandhya Mathur

Intern@ Ek Titli.OrgSandhya is currently pursing her MBA in Industrial Safety and Environment Management (NITIE, Mumbai) who is an environmentalist at heart. Music, coffee and her laptop comprise her workstation exhaustively. She is also an animal lover. When not working, you’d see her hunting for great food places online or working on her karaoke skills ! For any queries, you could drop in a mail at Sandhya.Mathur[at]

Biogas: Compressed Packaged Waste

biogas bottling project

Production of biogas is a clean as well as low carbon technology project. It has the potential for leveraging sustainable livelihood development while tackling local and global land, air and water pollution. It is a versatile fuel as it can be used for thermal applications, power generation and as an automobile fuel.

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Famous musical artist from a popular music band called Black Eyed Peas has collaborated with The Coca-Cola Company along with other global brands like Levi’s jeans, Case-Mate, RVCA and MCM to initiate the EKOCYCLE movement. has literally and figuratively struck the right chord by joining this movement and showcasing his environmental consciousness, as it would inspire his fans. This one-of-its-kind movement is aimed at encouraging recycling behavior and essence of sustainability among consumers through aspirational, yet attainable lifestyle products made in part from recycled material. Coca-Cola has long being engaged in similar initiatives and is known for its …

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Responsible supply chain: ITC, Nokia & Dell


“Do not wait for extraordinary circumstances to do good action; try to use ordinary situations.” – Jean Paul Richter, German novelist and humorist ITC, India’s FMCG corporate giant, has conceptualized a recycling scheme called Wealth Out of Waste (WoW) that helps spread awareness about segregating, recycling and disposing waste responsibly. It is an internationally recognized initiative taken up by Bureau of International of Recycling, which is a world wide international trade federation representing the world’s recycling Industry, promoting recycling across the globe. ITC works in close cooperation with Resident Welfare Associations (RWAs) in India for widespread execution. The intention of …

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eMO on the wheels!

Tata eMO

Diversified business house Tata group is developing an electric car named Tata eMO (Electric MObility). More than 300 engineers from the Tata Technologies centers based in Pune, Detroit, UK and Germany have engineered it and has already received 15 process patents!

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Procter & Gamble

Sustainable Innovation

Procter and Gamble is a classic example of an action-oriented consumer goods company. Not only have they laid down efficient strategic and sustainable long-term goals but also have achieved success in accomplishing their short-term goals. P&G has taken assertive initiative by delivering the best of services and products by incorporating sustainable and environment-friendly methods. P&G focuses on mainly two strategies: Products: By using life cycle analysis, they track and target their innovation techniques. Operations: By focusing on creating efficiencies in energy, water, waste, and emissions. They have touched varied sectors and have brought significant change in the current environment scenario. …

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The Coca-Cola System

The Coca-Cola System

Good things come in small and green packages. Coke has taken a leap forward and introduced the concept of PlantBottle wherein the plastic beverage bottle is now made recyclable and is produced partially from plants. The material looks and functions just like traditional PET plastic, but have a lighter footprint on the planet and its scarce resources. Four massive companies: Ford, Heinz, Nike and Procter & Gamble, have joined the league by declaring that a joint effort is taken up by them to develop 100% plant based plastic, thus reducing the fossil fuel consumption. The idea of PlantBottle was highly …

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