Jan-Adhar Sevabhavi Sanstha has pledged to improve the Socio-Economic status of the Rag  Pickers by involving them into Management, Supervision and Ground Level waste  collection and processing.

Jan-Adhar Sansth have established a state of art process for collection,  segregation, processing of MSW so that many national level organizations have  awarded the work.

So far more around 1200 employment generation for economic year 2019-20.  Whereas more than 3000 employment generation done so far throughout the  working journey directly or indirectly.

Collaboration with various national institutions and organizations.
Work experience of more than 18 years in MSW.

The main strength of the organization comes from thought that “Waste is not a  problem but an opportunity”. It reflects to the social life of the Rag Pickers also  the processing methodologies for the generated

Daily Activity Heirarchy

Organization Structure

JSS Profile

Bifurcation Of MSW

In general Practice MSW can be divided as follows:

Dry Waste 40%
Dry 40%
Wet Waste - 60%
Wet 60%

Total Waste Collected : Approx. 180 TPD

Based on the Wet Waste pie chart follwing quantities of various waste.Materials we collect daily basis.

Based on the Dry Waste pie chart follwing quantities of various waste.Materials we collect daily basis.

Establishments For Waste Processing By Janadhar Sevabhavi Sanstha

Functions Of MRF Center

Functions of Scrap Trading Center

Functions of Composting plant

Functions of Coconut Processing Plant

Dry Waste Processing Unit

Life of Rag Pickers

  •       Waste Picker are present in every city.
  • Most of them are migrated.
  • They are unskilled.
  • Most of them belong to scheduled casts and nomadic tribes
  • They are helpless, non-wealthy and uneducated part of the  society.
  •  They are homeless live in hunts and slums.
  • Their life span is low compared to others.
  • Most of them are alcoholic and addicted.

Transformation