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Rapidue launches digital platform for waste recycling

Devdiscourse News Desk | Hyderabad | Updated: 18-12-2018 18:00 IST | Created: 18-12-2018 17:33 IST
Rapidue launches digital platform for waste recycling
"The same platform includes a dashboard, which provides information on how and where the materials are being reused, recycled, composted or disposed of, enabling transparency and accountability, a release said. (Image Credit: Twitter)

City-based Rapidue Technologies Tuesday announced the launch of 'Recykal', an integrated digital platform for efficient waste and recycling management. According to the promoters of Rapidue Technologies, they have created a sustainable solution that connects the various stakeholders to create an ecosystem via a technology platform, enabling transactions between the consumers, businesses, waste collectors, recyclers and destructors.

"The same platform includes a dashboard, which provides information on how and where the materials are being reused, recycled, composted or disposed of, enabling transparency and accountability, a release said.

Abhishek Deshpande, Rapidue Technologies, co-Founder and CEO said, 'Recykal and the add-on app Uzed (launched earlier) bring a new perspective to waste management and recycling, with the focus being on the hassle-free collection, transparent model and accountable processing.' Abhay Deshpande, Director, Rapidue Technologies said, Our customers will be able to trace the step of the waste they are generating till it is being recycled and destructed, each with carefully curated furniture from across the globe. The brand plans to launch in multiple cities across Southern and Western India, in the first phase,' he added.

(With inputs from agencies.)

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