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INTRODUCTION

Plastic Industry has shown phenomenal


growth over the years
World Plastic production at a glace.
Production has grown by 16941% over 60
years.
key sectors namely Automotive, Agriculture,
FMCG, Electronics, Textile etc.
CAGR is 8% , one of highest growth industry.
Currently domestic plastic production is 8.5
Million tonnes per annum

INTRODUCTION
Plastic

is

widely

used

applications
Packaging

Plastic Utilization by Application

in

43%

various
35%

is

the

most

preferred

25%
21%

application in India (higher than the

17%

18%

16%

global average) which consumes close to

15%
8%

50% of the total production.

2%
Pac kag in g

In fras tru c tu re

Au to

Ag ric u ltu re

O th e r

What makes plastic popular

Flexibilit
y

Water
Resistan
t

Durabilit
y

Weight

Heat/Ele
ctricity
isolation
Safety

Preferenti
al Feature

Cost

Dark Side of Plastic


Increasing consumption of plastic is posing serious environmental
and health concern.
Toxic in nature, DHEP endocrine disruptor
Plastics are inherently non-degradable. waste disposal problem.
This problem is not only limited to wasting huge lands, an important
resource we need to feed growing population, in landfills, choking of
water runoff systems
Introduction of harmful chemicals in food-chain, and threat to biodiversity.

OBJECTIVE

The objectives of the study are:


1. Study the problems associated with plastics and its disposal.
2. Find and evaluate the alternatives to plastics and its disposal.
3. Minimize plastic consumptions.

METHODOLOGY
Alternative
Material
Usage
Minimization
of Usage

Plastic
Problems

Some other
usage
Disposals
Method/Awar
eness

The criteria of suggesting the alternative solution are that the material
must be biodegradable and must not be causing adverse effect to the
environment.
Selected four ideas are analysed with respect to cost, manufacturing

Jute Bags on Rent


Basis

Proposed model for Jute bags renting system

Jute Bags on
Rent Basis

Scenarios
1. Reuse without
processing
2. Reuse with
processing
3. Recycling to
other uses

Profits at
0th

1st

2nd

3rd

Cycle

Cycle

Cycle

Cycle

- Rs 10

+ Rs 15

+ Rs 25

+Rs 25

-Rs 15

+ Rs 10

+Rs 25

+Rs 25

+Rs 4

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Cost benefit analysis for Jute bags renting system

Jute Bags on
Rent Basis
Challenges:
1. Communicating the Benefits to Consumer
1. Highlighting the relatively cheaper price. Its a
steal!
2.

Creating Awareness about the evils of plastic bag


usage

EChindhiwala

Bringing the Older wisdom of Reuse to


Modern World

1. Inspired from Chindhiwalas, who would collect old clothes in exchange of


utensils.
2. A hybrid of modern day e-commerce with traditional trade
3. An online aggregator which collects older clothes as and when specified by
customer in exchange of discount or gift coupons.
4. Value Generation: Old clothes can be either
1. Sanitized, reworked and resold
2. Used to create alternative products such as Cloth bags

EChindhiwala

Bringing the Older wisdom of Reuse to


Modern World

Challenges:
1. Developing the framework for valuating the old cloths
for proper rewards.
2. Streamlining

and

production process.

standardization

of

sorting

and