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URBAN WASTE MANAGEMENT BUSINESS IDEA FOR QUETTA CITY

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Khalida Durrani

on 8 April 2014

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Transcript of URBAN WASTE MANAGEMENT BUSINESS IDEA FOR QUETTA CITY

Results
Use of collection bins
Revenue generation, leading to break even and profit generation.
Seeing improvements on the local environment
Creating awareness among the youth regarding recycling at home and at school
GREEN PASTURES LTD BUSINESS IDEA FOR QUETTA CITY
Market Gap
Initial market research shows that there is an increasing awareness among customers about recycling.
Already in Pakistan companies dealing with recycling are established. e.g
Blue Skies Recycling Company
In Quetta there is no current formal service that collects the waste, processes or transports the waste to other parties
Market Offering
GREEN PASTURES LTD OFFERS THE CITIZENS OF QUETTA THE FOLLOWING:
Waste collection bins will be placed at specific points around the city. Bins for paper, glass, plastic and food items.
Our collection team will regularly empty the bins and transport the waste to our storage facility.
The waste would be sold to contracted third parties.
Phase 1: Research into business model
Research:
Who are the potential customers
Location of Bins and Operations
Potential Labor force
Initial investment and sources of financing.
Business & Financial risk
Assistance through SMEDA
Support of Chambers of Commerce
Implementation
Establishment of bins at prime locations
Daily transfer of waste to storage facility
Monthly basis/ depending on contract waste is transported to final industrial customers
Creating awareness regarding recycling among school children
Urban Waste iN Quetta city
Damage done to the environment
Currently no one is providing a recycling service for Quetta citizens.
Due to population increase, the demand for products and living space has increased manifold.
This has led to the sporadic rise of mini cities.
The existing sanitary and sewage infrastructure can not handle the increase in population.
The outcome is sewers are overflowing with waste as pipes and gutters are blocked with plastic and paper waste.
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