To Support Government of India’s Swachh Bharat Urban Mission 2.0 and United Nations Sustainable Development Goals of
The Waste No More initiative has been conceptualised by Xynteo Vikaasa with a unique public-private partnership with The Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM), SBI Foundation (SBIF), Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL), and Dalmia PolyPro (DPP) with a shared vision to solve for the dry waste crisis in India. This partnership has developed the Waste No More (WNM) program to catalyze the plastic waste value chain and demonstrate circularity by:
The Waste No More project is an innovative, first-of-its-kind, collaborative sustainable business model implemented at the zonal level. The unique co-investment model is self-sustaining and financially viable where:
Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM)
Governing civic body of Mumbai, responsible for civic infrastructure and enforcing duty.
Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL)
India’s largest “Fast Moving Consumer Goods” company.
Biggest financial services conglomerate in India.
Dalmia Polypro Industries Private Limited
A Mumbai-based recycler with presence in over seven states.
About Xynteo Vikaasa
Xynteo Vikaasa (founded as India2022), is a purpose-driven business coalition of forward-leaning organisations collaborating to accelerate India’s progress on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals by designing, incubating and piloting new growth models, enabling scale and creating material impact.
Launched in 2017 with the support of its founding partners from several leading global and Indian businesses, Vikaasa focuses on four thematic areas(impact tracks), which are supported by cross-cutting verticals focused on Funding for Impact and Shared Narrative Development.
Coalition partners, across four impact tracks include Hindalco, an Aditya Birla Group company; Cyient; Hindustan Unilever Limited; Shell; State Bank of India; Tata Trusts; Technip Energies and WPP. Thusfar, 40+ projects have been developed with over20 operationalised across energy, waste management, sustainable livelihood, and healthcare access.