Our Clients

Zero waste management, Zero pesticide Organic farming and Energy conservation model successfully experimented by a progressive residential forum (‘Niravu Vengeri’) for the past several years has taken steps to implement the project at different places in the state. Once Niravu took over as the consultant of the project, an action plan was prepared with the help of project coordination team of Niravu Organic Village.


Some of our clients


Calicut International Airport, Kozhikode
Consultation started on: December 5, 2013

After schools, colleges, and many residential forums in the district, a highflying customer — Calicut International Airport, Karipur — has adopted the waste management method developed by Niravu Vengeri, a residential forum. Based on a consultancy agreement entered into by airport authorities and representatives of Niravu Vengeri , arrangements, including construction of waste segregation sheds, biogas plant, and stocking yard, have been set up on 1.5 acres near the airport. Besides the environmental implications, the waste had also been attracting birds, including eagles, posing a threat to aircraft operations. The waste from different divisions of the airport is brought to the yard and segregated at the sheds. Organic waste, including food residue, from the aircraft and canteens is converted into manure using ring compost. The plastic waste, including bottles and bags, is separated and stored at the stocking yard to be sold periodically to recycling units. A small incinerator and a biogas plant set up at the yard are also part of the project.



Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode (IIMK)
The waste management consultation project submitted by Niravu has been approved by IIM K.

Providence Women’s College, Kozhikode
Consultation started on: November 1, 2006
This college has adopted our model since 2006 and deeply involving to spread organic farming, waste management, energy conservation activities. The NSS unit of the college is always with us to spread the message of Niravu Organic Village. They think “Niravu Vengeri is a text book to learn.” The waste-management model, which mainly focusses on the management of plastic waste by systematically collecting and making it available for recycling at different plants, was introduced at college under the guidance of the Niravu team.
Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Nadakkavu
A prominent school in the Kozhikode city with a strength of 2,500 students adopted the method. Students started the collection of plastic waste from their homes on Gandhi Jayanti, which was later moved to a recycling centre at West Hill with the help of members of Niravu members.

Payimbra ward of Kurivatoor grama panchayat
Consultation started on: October 2, 2013
An entire ward comprising 470 residents (Payimbra) at Kuruvattur panchayat in Kozhikode adopted the method and executed through 16 Kudumbashree units, which will engage in door-to-door waste collection. The association will procure the collected plastic waste, which will be handed over to the plastic recycling units of the Kozhikode Corporation at West Hill industrial estate. The project implemented on an experimental basis will cover 532 houses, shops and schools in the ward limit.

8 th ward of Chemanchery grama panchayat
Consultation started on: December, 2013
Niravu volunteers have already conducted class wise awareness camp about Zero waste management. The project implemented on an experimental basis will cover entire houses, shops and schools in the ward limit. It will be extended to the entire panchayath in future.

Netaji South Residents Association(12 th ward of Kozhikode corporation)
Consultation started on: October 2, 2013
Niravu Awareness Programme has already given to the residents, which will focuss on organic farming and energy conservation and waste management. They have already adopted the Niravu model for zero- waste management and organic farming.

Thadambattuthazham Residents Association(8 th ward of Kozhikode corporation)
Consultation started on: May 1, 2014
Their dilemma worsened when volunteers of the Kudumbasree Mission refused to take plastic waste. Then the residents started devotedly collecting plastic waste from households and submitting that at the West Hill Plastic Recycling Unit. But they had no idea how to safely dispose other items such as bottles, glasses, rubber and leather shoes. Broken tiles, tubes and bulbs, cans, computer hardware, discarded packing materials and polyurethane foam got accumulated at houses and lanes. Then, they have adopted our Niravu model successfully.

Haritha Residents Association(10 th ward of Kozhikode corporation)
Consultation started on: May 30, 2014
Niravu Awareness Programme has already given to the residents, which will focuss on organic farming and energy conservation and waste management. They have already adopted the Niravu model for zero- waste management and organic farming.

Government college, Kodenchery
Consultation started on: June 5, 2014
Niravu Awareness Programme has already given to the students of the college, which will focuss on organic farming and energy conservation and waste management.

Green Community
Consultation started on: November 1, 2012
The zero-waste waste management programme that is being successfully carried out by Niravu in Kozhikode is being extended across the State by 'Green community' with the help of Niravu team. “The zero-budget plastic management programme will be taken up in selected schools in all 14 districts”, Prof. Shobheendran, chief coordinator of Green Community, the environment group that was spearheading the campaign, said. The project was inaugurated on November 1, 2013 at Leo Higher Secondary School. Under the campaign, launched at Kozhikode Press Club, school children would start collecting plastic waste generated in their own homes and keep it there until a particular day. That day, the children would bring the plastic waste kept in their home to their school. These would be removed to plastic recycling plants or plastic shredding units. Each kilogram of plastic waste would be paid between Rs.4 to Rs.10. This amount would be used for paying transportation charges. This process would be conducted every three months.



Government mental health centre, Kuthiravattom, Kozhikode
Consultation started on: August 9, 2014
The project implemented with the cooperation of NSS volunteers of Providence women’s college Kozhikode, would strive to ensure a plastic-waste-free environment at the mental health centre. .