"Banyan worked with our polymer experts and R&D teams to meet our technical specifications and conduct various engineering trails to ensure that recycled plastic granules meet our safety requirement. The circular awards could serve as a much needed encouragement not just for Banyan for the auto industry to adopt a closed-loop circular economy approach for raw material use."
"Banyan has exhibited polymer expertise and engineering expertise in conducting multiple trials to improve the quality of recycled plastics and match our technical specifications. We are also impressed with Banyan's sourcing technology which allows them to source large quantities of post consumer materials from the informal sector."
"With Banyan Nation now beyond the proof-of-concept stage, the company has a strong business case for a circular- economy approach that encourages manufacturers to consider the implications of recyclability and resource conservation. Banyan Nation’s goal – which is aggressive but achievable – is to help transform the way India consumes, recovers, recycles, and views plastic as a resource."
"Banyan's platform (Data Intelligence) has the potential to democratize waste management across the country, empowering cities with critical data and insights to improve collection efficiencies, maximize landfill diversion, and save costs."
Scientific rigor in segregation, washing and extrusion allows Banyan to identify resins with a high degree of accuracy, prevent cross-contamination, eliminate product and packaging contaminants and produce a consistently high quality product.
Addition of performance polymers allows Banyan to meet stringent thermal and mechanical properties, a must have in high performance applications such as automotive and consumer electronics.
An equal opportunity employer, Banyan provides safe and sanitary working conditions, fair wages, retirement benefits, and health insurance for its workers, setting a high bar for social responsibility, unheard of in a largely informal industry.
Stringent adherence to air and water quality indicators mandated by the pollution control board, ensures that Banyan's processes and products do not negatively impact the environment.
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Seasoned business and technology professional. Prior to Banyan, Mani was with Qualcomm Inc. involved in the design, development, testing and commercialization activities of mobile technologies. Mani holds dual MBAs from UC Berkeley (Haas) and Columbia Business Schools, an MS Degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Delaware and a BTech Electrical Engineering from NIT, Warangal.
Technologist with global experience. Prior to Banyan, Raj worked at Voltari Corp. building teams, architecting technical solutions, designing, developing, and driving customer experience for $100Million+ products with 10Million+ customers. He holds an MS Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Delaware.
Supply chain and informal sector inclusion expert. Venkat was previously with SKS Microfinance working directly with Vikram Akula leading strategy and new initiatives of non-financial products aimed at bottom of the pyramid. He holds a PGPABM Degree from IIM Ahmedabad, BSc, Agri from Achrarya N G Ranga Agricultural University, Hyderabad
Impact investor and strategy consultant. Rashi was previously with Impact Investment Exchange, Intellecap (Impact Investing); Campbell Alliance (Healthcare Strategy Consulting); NERA (Financial Services Consulting) before joining the team of Banyan. She is an MBA from Columbia Business School and holds a BS in Electrical Engineering and BA Economics (dual major) from the University of California, Irvine.
The Circulars, an initiative of the World Economic Forum and the Forum of Young Global Leaders, is the world’s premier circular economy award program. The awards are open to individuals and organizations from commerce and civil society in seven distinct categories and are designed to recognize and celebrate, on a prestigious global stage, all facets of the circular economy movement. Now in its fourth year, The Circulars will be held at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos on 22nd of January 2018. Incidentally, Banyan is the first Indian company to be shortlisted for these awards since inception. The circular awards could serve as a much needed fillip not just for Banyan but also for the entire manufacturing industry to adopt a closed-loop circular economy approach for raw material use in India.The winner is determined via online voting between Jan 3rd and Jan 17th. Help the Indian recycling industry turn the corner by voting for Banyan.Read More