Objectives of Sustainability

  1. Food waste to extent of 40% of country’s production can actually be saved. Besides above, the very act of reducing waste in the system, improves environment, reduces pollution and generates greater economic value in the system.
  2. Residual waste can be converted to energy
  3. Reduction in waste can release expensive land-fills for alternate use

Source segregation, localized composting can lead to saving extensive energy currently spent on waste collection, landfilling and disposal. Need for a sustainable solution for waste management

  • Awareness programs to Reduce Waste
  • Awareness programs on Source Segregation
  • Support mechanism for collecting Non-degradable waste
  • Composting of organic waste at Generation
  • Alternate methods of processing Non-degradable waste
  • Composting of degradable waste at Landfill.
  • Alternate off grid energy can substitute grid energy / fossil fuels and thus extend the availability of scarce energy resources.
  • Establishing eco toilets which can ensure successful composting of feces, urine animal secretions etc.



In the circumstances it is necessary that more and more non-profit organisations / projects start evolving in the various areas highlighted above.

We at Samriddhi Foundation are inspired by the following opportunities:

  • Identify projects to offer more practical education to students, workers in the rural areas
  • Identify projects to minimize waste and simultaneously generate energy from waste
  • Identify projects to provide decentralized drinking water solutions
  • Identify projects to provide off grid alternate power infrastructure.
  • Create 100 model self sustaining villages
  • Any other actions that may enhance the primary objectives of the trust.
  • Identify projects to upgrade basic health services with a specific desire of establishing 1000 mobile ambulances in rural areas