‘Glasspower’ group announces venturing in ‘Recycling’ with a brand name ‘Glasspower Recycling’

‘Glasspower’ group announces venturing in ‘Recycling’ with a brand name ‘Glasspower Recycling’
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Date: 22 January 2020

Glasspower group announces Glasspower Recycling to process dry waste into recyclable metals, plastics, glass, paper.

‘Glasspower’ group, owner of 'Glasspower Engineering India Pvt Ltd' , an established company in India to provide international standard services to all type of glass manufacturers, is pleased to announce venturing in ‘Recycling’ with a brand name ‘Glasspower Recycling’ mainly focused on creating more of organised ‘Dry wast segregation system’ for processing dry waste to Metals, plastics, glass, paper and other items and offer clean recyclable material to manufacturers of respective items at a reasonable cost.

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With this 'Glasspower' group has become probably the only focused company for all type of glass manufacturers in India which is working on a complete circuler ecosystem starting from sourcing of raw materials, plant desigining and equipment selection, project execution and management, plant operation, after sales services and consultancy, marketing- sales and sourcing of glass bottles and finaly reclaiming the glass form dry waste and taking it back to the glass manufacturers for the purpose of conservation of natural resources.

Mr Ashutosh Joshi, CEO of ‘Glasspower' GroupMr Ashutosh Joshi, CEO of ‘Glasspower' Group informed that mechanised and professional dry waste segregation is need of the hour and many good social initiatives creating awareness for waste segregation, reduce-reuse-recycle and a cleaner environment are not able to make required impact as proper processing of dry waste is not happening to the extent it is required.

‘Glasspower Recycling’ is setting up their first ‘Dry waste segregation’ plant in north India which will come in to operation around September this year and similar plants will be replicated at various locations. He further added ‘we see a good future in this business , as a lot of dry waste material is lying everywhere and need to be processed for proper recycling. He further added that 'we will be happy to join hands with some establised international palyers in 'Dry waste recycling' and 'Glass recycling' to do it in the best possible and economically viable manner.

‘BW Businessworld’ has come forward to support this very much required initiative and together with ‘Glasspower Recycling’ an event BW Recycle World Presents ‘Recycling for a Greener Future - Conclave & Awards 2020’ has been announced to be held in the 2nd week of April this year. The event is being jointly organised by ‘BW-Businessworld’ and ‘Glasspower Recycling’ under ‘BW Recycle-World’ community.

Dr Anurag Batra, Chairman BW Businessworld & exchange4media Group will provide support this initiative which will have a positive social and environmental impact. The  team quoted “Recycling being a very important issue, we are expecting renowned speakers, industry specialists, food and beverages industry experts, environmentalists and Educational institutes to participate in this event.”

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