Help develop Green Map of Bengaluru

Do you know of any apartment / community in any locality of Bangalore where waste segregation at source is successful? If so, do take part in this survey.

Solid Waste Management Round Table (SWLRT) is reviving their online SWM Green Map of Bangalore. They seek your help in this initiative.

The Solid Waste Management Round Table is a group of like-minded organisations and highly skilled individuals who work to build awareness and promote the adoption of best practices in waste management at houses, apartment complexes, schools/colleges and public offices. The Group is currently updating the Green Map (see more at swmrt.com).

Do you know of apartments / localities / commercial establishments that segregate waste? Please help us in developing our map and fill in the form below (click on the link)! The deadline is October 17, 2013.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1uBAkUTPR6vMUqsmKqMGEt_IUYWDvS0yGXu4n31bAjt4/viewform

The data extracted from this form will not be used for any commercial purposes. The outcome will be used to highlight the development in the decentralised SWM development in Bangalore within the past year. 

Thank you in advance.

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