Conventional solid waste management consists of collecting the waste, inorganic and organic together, and discard them by transporting those materials to a dump site. Over a period of time dumped garbage grow as mountains of foul smelling, rodent-infested, disease-ridden garbage. The decomposing organic matter generates carbon dioxide as well as methane, contributing to the build-up of greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere.

Organic waste that comes out of food waste, meat processing facilities, vegetable markets, and animal slaughtering houses, besides the coal burning power plants and automobiles, are main source of generating CO2 and Methane if they are not managed properly. It will become worse when they are contaminated with the other non-organic waste like metals, glass and hazardous waste.

Green fertilizer

UES advocate waste to fertilizer projects as a comprehensive and sustainable solution. UES approach is very comprehensive, with aspects such as awareness and training programs on source separation & segregation practices, for instance.

Waste Management

UES help identify appropriate waste management techniques, help in executing and professional management of the project.


UES provide management consultancy, help prepare reports, help identify, appropriate waste management methods, techniques and organize technology and facilitate technology transfer.

Feasibility analysis & Reports

UES undertake feasibility studies of waste management projects on the request of municipal authorities, local government institutions, private companies or any other concerned stake holders.


UES organize training programs, awareness drives, special campaigns, targeted educational programs, seminars, and workshops, conferences related to waste management issues, challenges, best practices and new developments in the sector. To disseminate information and create awareness regarding the concerned issues, UES, from time to time, bring out publications, pamphlets etc.