Fusion Waste Management and Consultancy Private Limited

Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

FUSION WASTE MANAGEMENT AND CONSULTANCY PRIVATE LIMITED is a new socio-economic enabling organization that provides a wide range of consulting services to the public and Govt organisations at the centre, states and local levels and also to the private not-for-profit organisations for enabling these organisations in fulfilment of their organisational objectives. FWMC provides assistance to these organisations in identifying bottlenecks their functioning and after diagnosing the caused constraining the functioning of organisations provides focused and practicable solutions for efficiency gains. For this FWMC has very qualified and experienced experts and specialists who have been working on similar consultancy projects for many years now. The members have worked on UNESCO, World Bank and Government of India funded projects, to name a few, with the support of bilateral and multilateral agencies

Utilizing best available technologies.

Recycle every day instead of throwing paper and plastic away.
Recycling Services

Ensuring that what can be recycled, will be recycled ,Fast and efficient waste removal for your business.


Composting is an inexpensive, natural process that transforms your kitchen and garden waste into a valuable and nutrient rich food for your garden. It's easy to make and use.

Swachh Bharat Mission

Swachh Bharat Mission was a country-wide campaign from 2014 to 2019, to eliminate open defecation and improve solid waste management (SWM) in urban and rural areas in India.

COVID-19 Campaign

(COVID-19) After massive outbreak of disease globally, COVID-19 campaign was carried out in Khandwa to aware citizens about safety measures and necessary precautions to be adopted by individuals.

Best Service, Right Time, Right People.


Reduce, reuse, and recycle. Kill the loop!

Refuse:Learning to refuse waste can take some practice, but incorporating this step into your business’ strategy is the most effective way to minimize waste. Talk to your procurement team about refusing to buy wasteful or non-recyclable products. When working with vendors, refuse unnecessary product packaging and request reusable or returnable containers. Making smarter purchasing decisions and setting standards and expectations early in the process makes it easier for organizations to “refuse” waste in the first place.


You can’t recycle wasted time.

Reduce the use of harmful, wasteful, and non-recyclable products. Reducing dependency on these kinds of products results in less waste materials ending up in landfill and the associated negative environmental impacts. We recommend always using the minimum amount required to avoid unnecessary waste. For example, when printing a document, print double-sided to cut your waste output in half. Other commonly used items businesses can focus on reducing include single-use plastics, plastic packaging, organic waste, and Styrofoam cups.


Help keep our planet clean for future generations.

Single-use plastics have created a “throw-away” culture by normalizing consumer behavior of using materials once and then throwing them away. The rate at which we consume plastics has become unimaginable, and the plastic crisis has become one of the world’s greatest environmental challenges. In an effort to reduce waste, reuse items throughout the workplace instead of buying new ones. Begin by focusing on one area of your business at a time, like the break room. Replace all of the single-use eating utensils, Styrofoam cups, water bottles, and paper plates with compostable or reusable alternatives. Once you master one area, prioritize reuse for other products in your facility like packaging peanuts, printer cartridges, cardboard boxes, food containers, and rechargeable batteries.


Recycle more. Every little bit counts.

Last but definitely not least: recycle. Once you’ve gone through all of the other R’s, recycling is the most environmentally friendly waste disposal method. If your business doesn’t already, start collecting cardboard, mixed paper products, commingled materials (plastics, aluminum, glass) and organics. Most companies we speak with are surprised by the amount of waste they reduce by establishing an effective recycling program. Click here for a round-up of the best resources we’ve created for launching a successful recycling program.


Recycle takes little effort on your part, for a big difference to our world.








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