of clean drinking water (RO and UV treated) dispensed by the "Swachh Machine" in exchange for an used plastic bottle or can that a person had to put into the machine.
volume of plastic waste such as bottles can be crushed to one-sixth of its size save space.
Number of days in which the machine was developed by two final year students of IIT-Bombay — Anurag Meena and Satyendra Meena — the machine is being marketed by Trestor.
compartments, one for plastic, other for aluminum and third for any other waste that people might put into it.
Cost of the machine and its add-on features cost another Rs 50,000.
Number of machines that Trestor plans to manufacture in a month. The startup is testing the machines and seeking financial backing. The machine is currently undergoing a pilot run at IIT, Mumbai.