This is where it all starts. Creating Models and Tools is at the core of the interventions we do. The SWM problems are first identified , deconstructed and then reconstructed again , integrating the requirements of Waste Hierarchy, Economic and Business considerations, Livelihood and Occupational objectives. This is done on an ongoing iterative way , thus refining the Models as learnings improve and eco systems become more robust.
SWMRT facilitates pilots for adoption and implementation of its Models and Tools, either proprietary or collaborative, through community engagement, working with solution and service providers and with the local and official bodies.
Proprietary , refers to that which is curated, owned managed and promoted inhouse
Collaborative refers to that which is curated and / or owned by others, managed and/ or promoted by SWMRT