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  • RLG’s Clean to GreenTM ‘on Wheels’ aims to collect 5500 MT of e-waste organically by March 2022

    Published on December 12, 2021

    –          Campaign to touch 4 million citizens

    –          Covering 110 cities and 300 towns

     Warangal: RLG Systems India Private Limited, (Formerly RLG Reverse Logistics India Private Limited) part of Munich-headquartered Reverse Logistics Group

    (RLG), a leading global service provider of comprehensive reverse logistics solutions, announced the launch of Clean to GreenTM On Wheels- the latest version of the company’s flagship campaign, Clean to GreenTM (C2G). The latest awareness + collection programme would cover 110 cities and 300 towns and touch over four million citizens across the country. Under the initiative, nine collection vehicles would travel across cities and towns in the country and collect 5500 MT of e-waste from end-users while conducting awareness activities amongst school students, corporate bodies, bulk consumers, retailers, members of Resident Welfare Associations (RWAs), informal sector, and healthcare camps.

    The campaign would begin simultaneously in New Delhi and Jammu in the North; Kolkata, Guwahati & Ranchi in the East; Ahmedabad in the West; and Bangalore, Chennai & Hyderabad in the Southern part of the country. The collection vehicles, accompanied by several ground teams, would follow a set beat plan; the ground teams would facilitate the collection of e-waste from end-users while conducting over 1,145 promotional and awareness activities using social media, Clean to Green portal, radio, classified and media releases.

    On ground, C2G on Wheels intends to cover 326 schools, 188 RWAs, 134 office clusters / bulk consumers, 176 retailers, 156 informal sectors, and approximately 4 healthcare camps.

    Talking about the company’s latest awareness and collection strategy for FY21-22, Ms. Radhika Kalia, MD, RLG Systems India Private Limited, said, “While the pandemic has had a significant negative impact across industries, we at RLG have been striving consistently towards accomplishing our mission of spreading e-waste awareness amongst the citizens of India and establishing a streamlined, formal e-waste management sector in the country. Clean to GreenTM On Wheels seeks to achieve this mission by expanding stakeholder reach and emphasizing and promoting appropriate e-waste disposal and recycling techniques in daily life. The campaign has come to grow and evolve to bring the entire country under its purview”.

    The manufacturers/brands associated with RLG Systems India Private Limited are Microsoft, LG, HP, OPPO, Lenovo, Pioneer, Motorola, Fujitsu, Brother, Siemens, Haier, Videojet, Veira, SMT, Bartech, Videotex, Daiwa, Shinco, Infinix, Citi Trading, ARU, Trovo, Vizion, Alchemie, Techno, Itel and Oraimo and the campaign would actively work with them in promoting safe disposal of e-waste.

    Details of the venues and stakeholders that has been successfully completed in Warangal under the Clean to GreenTM on Wheels Campaign:

    S. No.CityStateStakeholderOrganisation Name/Area
    1WarangalTelanganaSchoolSt. Mary’s High School, Bhavani Nagar
    2WarangalTelanganaSchoolVidya Jyoti Degree College, Ghanpur
    3WarangalTelanganaSchoolSage International High School, Yeswanthapur
    4WarangalTelanganaSchoolPreston Junior College, Yeswanthapur
    5WarangalTelanganaSchoolChaitanya Vidyalaya, Bhongir
    6WarangalTelanganaSchoolKendriya Vidyalaya, Bhongir
    7WarangalTelanganaSchoolGenius High School, Thantha nagar
    8WarangalTelanganaSchoolTelangana Society Welfare School, Yeswanthapur
    9WarangalTelangana  RWA  Station Road
    10WarangalTelangana  RWA  Suryapet Road  
    11WarangalTelangana  Retail                                                  Jayashanker Pally
    12WarangalTelangana  RetailHousing Board
    13WarangalTelangana  RetailBalaji Nagar
    14WarangalTelangana  InformalHanamkonda Rd
    15WarangalTelangana  InformalThantha Nagar

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