RaddiConnect: Mumbai’s first recycling based fundraising platform

Abhishek Mazumdar Maharashtra

August 10th, 2016 / 3:45 PM

Image Courtesy: RaddiConnect

RaddiConnect wants to make it simple. They provide a door-to-door service that allows institutions, organizations, and households to dispose of their recyclables through a friendly, reliable, and fair process. They want to empower their customers to play a part in helping the environment, all while saving time and effort along the way.

The team works with local scrap collectors from all over Mumbai. These unsung heroes of the waste collection industry are integral to the chain of sustainability. By facilitating a connection between these waste collection entrepreneurs and their affiliated NGOs, they provide a means for creating tangible social and environmental change.

Our vision of India is not just one of clean streets and breathable air, but also of sustainable waste solutions that are on par with the rest of the developed world.

Raunaq Singh Sahni, Co-founder.

Now more than ever, there is a need for practical recycling solutions that can reduce the environmental strain brought about by our increasingly saturated landfills and waste systems. RaddiConnect aims to organize the scattered scrap market and provide the right training and guidance to their representatives in order to foster an awareness of recycling that allows the people of Mumbai to benefit from a cleaner and greener environment. Customers can donate the proceeds from their recyclables to any one of their affiliated NGOs, and in doing so contribute to the brighter and more sustainable future that we are all striving towards.

Just call us on +91 9004240004 to get started.

Gurashish Sahni, Co-founder.

The mission is to bring about a two-fold platform that simultaneously works to uplift scrap collectors and provide individuals and corporations with a simple and reliable outlet for either selling or donating their recyclable waste. 


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