SWaCH (Solid Waste Collection and Handling or, officially, SWaCH Seva Sahakari Sanstha Maryadit, Pune) is India’s first wholly-owned cooperative of self-employed waste pickers or waste collectors and other urban poor.
Municipal Solid Waste Management in Developing Countries
Postharvest losses and waste in developed and less developed countries: opportunities to improve resource use
Toxic 'e-waste' dumped in poor nations, says United Nations
Toxic 'e-waste' dumped in poor nations, says United Nations Millions of tonnes of old electronic goods illegally exported to developing countries, as people dump luxury items Electronic waste in Agbogbloshie dump, Accra, Ghana.
Municipal Solid Waste Management in Developing Countries (Hardcover) (Sunil Kumar)
MedWish International is a not-for-profit organization committed to repurposing medical supplies and equipment discarded by the healthcare industry with the objective of providing humanitarian aid in developing countries to save lives and reducing waste to save our environment. Medwish has provided more than a thousand pounds of medical supplies to my trips to China and Kazakhstan. I will be traveling with them as part of a medical brigade to El Salvador in 2012.
Tech can prevent huge food waste problems in developing countries
How technology can prevent food waste in developing countries: Fresh produce worth £4.4bn is lost every year in India alone due to poor refrigeration, yet big business has not taken action
5 Ways Technology Reduces Food Waste in Developing Countries
E-Waste in Developing Countries Endangers Environment, Locals - US News Everyone wants the latest electronic device, but what happens when you're done with it?
India can take inspiration from not only #developed countries like #Sweden, but also underdeveloped countries like #Uganda that have fashioned life size parks from #waste in a push towards #cleanliness. Click here to read more:http://www.mapsofindia.com/my-india/society/clean-india-campaign-some-lessons-from-other-countries