Recycle today for a
better tomorrow.

Why does it matter?

Whitefield Rising lends support to various initiatives that promote reusing and recycling items that we own.

Our Mantra
Be mindful of the life cycle of any item you purchase. Where did it come from and where will it end up? Towards this end, please look at supporting these.

Reduce Reuse Recycle Initiatives

Re-Store
a thrift store which accepts donations of anything and everything that one doesn't need anymore, but someone else can pick with pride.
Contact: devyani8@gmail.com

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Joy at Work
Joy@Work is a women's enterprise in Bangalore that up-cycles tetra packs, scrap fabric and cement sacks into trendy lifestyle accessories.
Contact: getjoyatwork@gmail.com

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Rent a Cutlery
When you 'Rent A Cutlery' you are not only reducing garbage but also saving Water,Trees and emission of CO2 during production and shipping of disposables.
Contact: rentacutlery@gmail.com

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Green Utsav
Help organize zero waste parties/events with reusable decorations, homemade food, reusable cutlery, eco-friendly return gifts, games and fun activities.
Contact: greenutsav@gmail.com

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Cayal
Cayal is a peer-to-peer (P2P) hyper-local platform to rent and lend infrequently used personal or household items within localities. Reduce waste and earn money in the process!
Contact: reachus@cayal.in

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Green the Red
Switching out of disposable sanitary napkins being used for decades and embracing reusable products. Not just because they save money or it is the responsible thing to do.
Contact: cupspert@gmail.com

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Used2Useful
India's first online & offline social enterprise that purely works on barter system
Contact: info@used2useful.in

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Repair Cafe
Pilot project, first of its kind in India organized by a group of enthusiasts who are interested in green society which preserves the natural resources for present and future generations.
Contact: repaircafe@gmail.com

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Reimagined
Sustainable Products
Contact: reimagined@gmail.com

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