Responsible Waste management solution to all households in Sri Lanka
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On demand waste collection at your finger-tips, download and subscribe to our waste collection and recycle service. Submit your waste according to the waste category through the app.
Sustainable eco system forrecyclable household waste
Location based useridentification & collection
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7 days waste collection & distribution
Wine bottles, beer bottles & glass jars
Clean & empty PETE bottles, HDPE- #2 plastic containers
News papers, magazines books and paper packaging
Electronic devices, computer parts
Beer cans, steel, aluminium cans & copper
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Enter the type of waste availableand submit the qty
Once submitted EcoFriends willsend a pick up within 7 days
We offer Eco Points for each waste category which can be redeemed once every 6 months
Enter the type of waste available and submit the qty
Once submitted EcoFriends will send a pick up within 7 days
Each household generates both organic and non-organic waste and managing this waste on a daily basis calls for some planning as collection and disposal are integral parts of its management. There are three main categories of waste produced by each household.
Organic waste, or green waste, is organic material such as leftover food (both vegetarian and non-vegetarian), fruit and vegetable peels, garden and lawn clippings, egg shells, etc. These are also bio-degradable. About a third of the home waste produced is categorized as organic waste. This can easily be made into reusable, high quality compost if treated properly at home.
Recyclable: paper, glass, metals, plastics.
Toxic waste are old medicines, paints, chemicals, bulbs, spray cans, fertilizer and pesticide containers, batteries, shoe polish.
Both toxic and recyclable wastes are not biodegradable and one has to be careful in disposing it. Careless dumping of these materials in open grounds could contaminate the soil and cause serious damage to environment and to life.
Having maintained its influence in Sri Lanka for over 55 years, Dettol has established itself as a veritable household name; the brand furthers its hygiene promise with the 2019 iteration of the ‘Clean Hands, Clean Nation’ program, which is a three-pillared initiative, that focuses on proper waste disposal and management within Sri Lanka. More...
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