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Pooja Lal

Jul 19, 2016
02:24

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How are you incorporting 'green waste' - i.e. food waste and RO water waste into your plan - You can organise demos and workshops for people to discard green waste for further use in horticulture.


Siddharth Hande

Jul 21, 2016
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Hi Poojal, yup, we hope to organise workshops and provide relevant information that helps people compost and set up simple roof-top gardens at home.


Siddharth Hande

Jul 21, 2016
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Hi Poojal, yup, we hope to organise workshops and provide relevant information that helps people compost and set up simple roof-top gardens at home.


Babu Dilli

Jul 28, 2016
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u r win

 


Nitish Shukla

Jul 29, 2016
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List each kabadiwala's rate for each commodity to make it fun and useful for the users.


Dimoir Quaw

Jul 30, 2016
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Good day Siddharth,

Would the app be able to tell the user which waste (which emits powerful greenhouse gasses like methane) can be combusted to release a more tame greenhouse gas like carbon dioxide?

If so, the biomass or municipal waste burning flame temperature can be enhanced for electrical power generation according to my proposal.

https://www.climatecolab.org:18081/contests/2016/energy-supply/c/proposal/1316801

I'll vote for you. Please consider voting for me if you see some synergy

Kind regards,

Dimoir

 


Dwi Tiya

Jul 31, 2016
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Most people know where their local recycling shop is for most common things. Your app should concentrate on the more unusual recyclables. Also lot of toxic wastes are thrown into regular garbage, things like batteries, sharps ( needles), oils etc. There are no places to dispose these safely. Will you be promoting local laws, to safely dispose these?

Why the name Kabadiwallah, when you are based in Chennai? This is a Hindi word, unknown to most Chennaiites. You have to now educate them about the meaning of the word, so that they can then use your app. Perhaps a different name, based on the locality the app serves would make more sense.


Dwi Tiya

Jul 31, 2016
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Most people know where their local recycling shop is for most common things. Your app should concentrate on the more unusual recyclables. Also lot of toxic wastes are thrown into regular garbage, things like batteries, sharps ( needles), oils etc. There are no places to dispose these safely. Will you be promoting local laws, to safely dispose these?

Why the name Kabadiwallah, when you are based in Chennai? This is a Hindi word, unknown to most Chennaiites. You have to now educate them about the meaning of the word, so that they can then use your app. Perhaps a different name, based on the locality the app serves would make more sense.

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