Koshish India – A Koshish for Better Tomorrow and Sustainable Growth
While we are all aware of the consequences of global warming and other environmental issues, there are few organizations working to address them. The Koshish India squad is one of these lesser-known teams. They are a group of youthful, energetic professionals with a combined experience of more than ten years.
Koshish India is a step in the right direction. It has undertaken a number of projects in order to have a positive impact on global environmental circumstances and to make our lives more ecologically friendly. Water conservation, sustainable energy resources, sustainable agriculture, and even natural cleaning solutions are among their undertakings.
In our old literature, it was predicted that one day in the future, humans would be willing to kill one another over an ounce of water. While water covers 70% of our planet, only 2.5 percent of it is drinkable. The total water resources potential of India is 869 billion cubic metres per year (BCM)–natural runoff in rivers. Only 1121 billion cubic metres (60 percent) can be put to good use, and only 690 billion cubic metres (37 percent) may be used–these are surface water resources. Despite this, we waste the most water in our daily lives. There are a few things that cannot be avoided, but the rest can. Each one represents an opportunity to save water for future generations and to create a society where everyone has access to clean water.
One such region has been found by Koshish India, which has developed a unique water observation solution. The Oler Trap Flush-Free Urinal Kit is a product of the present for a better future. A communal bathroom, whether in a complex, an office, or even a public washroom, is used by at least 100 people per day. Assuming four times usage per person and a single flush using one litre of water, this technique saves at least 400 litres of water each toilet. Conventional urinals use an average of 8300 litres of potable water per month. Besides, lack of controlled usage of water adds to sanitary concerns.
Most northern states, including Delhi NCR, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, and Rajasthan, have already began this incredible undertaking. So far, Koshish India has completed over 450 installations, saving a total of 1.3 million gallons of water each urinal. They want to grow it across India and partner with corporations and non-governmental organisations to assist them take it to the next level.
As part of its Green Home project, Koshish India has also introduced natural cleaners. These cleaning products can be used to clean windows, floors, and even automobiles. Furthermore, these cleansers are chemical-free and safe to use around children.
But that’s not all. They also have a Green Energy initiative in place for bioenergy and bio-CNG plants, both conventional and portable. These plants generate sustainable energy from vegetation, food waste, and poultry waste. These factories are operational in Rishikesh, Bhopal, Orissa, and Assam’s Tata Estate. They’re also developing models and training for farmers to assist them move closer to sustainable agriculture, a method of farming that preserves the soil’s integrity while also generating profit from limited resources.
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