Campus Projects

In India, most of the residential areas fall under closed walls of a society and therefore solid waste management becomes a priority in such places. We at Indian Green Service, are operating Campus Projects in partnership with the Indian Armed Forces and Paramilitary Forces in ensuring the military campus move towards becoming zero waste campuses.


National Security Guards 

National Security Guards have their campus situated in Manesar, Haryana. The campus is spread over an area of 40 acres and generates on an average 600 kg of biodegradable waste and 90 kg of non-biodegradable waste in a day. The entire process is facilitated by our team of field workers and supervisor. 

  


Special Protection Group

Special Protection Group campus in Dwarka, New Delhi, is the residential colony for the security team of the Prime Minister of India. The camp houses approximately 2200 families throughout the year. This campus generates 700 kg of biodegradable waste and 500 kg of non biodegradable waste per day. The biodegradable waste is converted into organic compost while the non-biodegrable waste is further segregated and sent for recycling. This campus has become the first military campus to be termed "Zero Waste Campus"

 


Central Industrial Security Force

The 5th batallion of the CISF is located in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. This campus houses 300 families of the security personnel. They generate about 70 kg of biodegradable waste and 15 kg of non biodegradable waste in a day. The compost produced on this campus is supplied to nearby residential colonies and nurseries. The non biodegrdable waste is supplied to a local recycler.