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  • 10
  • Aug, 2017
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Rest in Peace Mrs Shanti Varma

On 4th August at 11:30pm our beloved President Mrs Shanti Varma passed away peacefully in her sleep after a long battle with cancer. Our founder Jodie met Mrs Varma in 2012 at Welham Girls School after her first public speaking event in Doon. Mrs Varma was as passionate about seeing a clean India as we […]

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  • 01
  • Aug, 2017
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Education Partners for Oye Ambala

Waste Warriors are the Educational partners for the Oye Ambala program and our mission is to reach out to 87 schools in Ambala. The aim of Oye! Ambala, an initiative by the Ambala Municipal Corporation is to promote and encourage segregation of waste at source, with a target of achieving 30% segregation across the city […]

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  • 15
  • Jul, 2017
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Impact Guru crowdfunding campaign raises Rs.3.5 lakhs for waste storage facility

We are proud to announce that we have reached our target of 3 lakhs for a waste storage facility for our Dharamsala project! We ran a crowdfunding campaign on Impact Guru and supporters and well wishers came forward to support our worthwhile cause. Our champion fundraiser was Chirag Mahajan, Project Assistant for the Dharamsala project, […]

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  • 30
  • Jun, 2017
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E-Waste Survey

During the months of April and May, a survey was conducted by Waste Warriors for Karo Sambhav, a socially responsible, Producer Responsibility Organisation (PRO) that is working to set-up an India wide transformative solution on the management of e-waste. The survey was carried out collect data regarding the types of e-waste generated in Dehradun including […]

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  • 14
  • Jun, 2017
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Thapar Public Charitable Trust Education Program

Thanks to funding from the Thapar Public Charitable Trust we have been able to reach out to nearly 10,000 children in the past one year. We have been working with 82 schools educating them on the importance of waste management, cleanliness and civic pride and helping them to set up waste management systems in their […]

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  • 14
  • Jun, 2017
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Max India Foundation

The Max India Foundation is kindly sponsoring a Clean Village project for four villages on the outskirts of Dehradun - Guniyal Gaon, Chandrothi, Jamoliwala, and Saloniwala. Waste Warriors is currently conducting a survey of around 250 households and businesses in the area and will be starting a door-to-door waste collection from the villages in July. […]

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  • 25
  • May, 2017
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Emerging NGO Award 2017

We are proud to announce that Waste Warriors has been given an ‘Emerging NGO’ award by SPO India. Jodie our Co-Founder, accepted the award on behalf of the organisation at an event held at Hotel Shangri La’s Eros, New Delhi on 25th May. NGOs were judged on the basis of effectiveness in impacting the targeted […]

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  • Apr, 2017
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Crowdfunding Campaign for Waste Storage

We have launched a crowd funding campaign to enable us to build a place to store and segregate our waste from the Dharamsala project. Since 2012, we have been segregating and storing all our waste in front of our office out in the open or down at the waste container in the main square. With […]

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  • 21
  • Apr, 2017
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Waste Station inaugurated at Galu

The Honourable Deputy Commissioner Mr C.P. Verma was the Chief Guest at the inauguration of our Waste Management Station at Galu on Friday 21st April 2017. The waste station was set up to encourage hikers and tourists to bring their waste back down from the Triund instead of leaving it on the trail and at […]

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  • 01
  • Apr, 2017
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HT Parekh Foundation

Exciting news - the Waste Warriors Dharamsala project has received a donation of 25 lakh from the HT Parekh Foundation, the CSR arm of HDFC bank. These funds are to cover the costs of providing a door-to-door waste collection in the Bhagsunag and Dharamkot area, weekly clean-up drives at Bhagsu Waterfall and community clean-up’s in […]

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