An organization located in northern Indian. The city of Jaipur is developing design furniture by upcycling. Recycling, and reusing used automobile parts and automotive waste. To build a sustainable culture through recycling waste. “We strive to establish a sustainable auto-art ecosystem. By lending a second life to your old automobile. Inspired by parts of nature and produced by hand,”. Stated Himanshu Jangid, Founder, Sustain by Cartist.
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- Automobile parts are being used.
- Furniture from waste products
We use upcycled automobile parts to make sustainable furniture. And bring them into the mainstream by lowering the cost of recycling and scrapping. Resulting in less trash, a lower carbon footprint. And better resource conservation. Our ultimate goal is to hasten. The motor industry’s transition to a circular economy. We have a gold collection of furniture. Constructed from scrap vehicle components on show. There is a need for a sustainable culture. To raise awareness about climate change. As a result, Cartist is giving Sustain advice. On how to utilize an old car in furniture,“ Jangid explained.
He claims that they are transforming 90% of car parts. Into furniture and are committed to the “Waste to Wealth Mission.” We feel it is everyone’s responsibility. To take action to rescue our world. And do our part to mitigate the effects of climate change. Through sustainable methods and innovative ideas,” Jangid stated. “Not just for economic reasons. But also to promote sustainable ways. The automobile sector must embrace. Donate your scrap car to be a champion. We’ll deliver you repurposed furniture,” says the company. Sustain is provided by Cartist.
Taking all the waste management’s potential into their account. The Prime Minister’s Science, Technology. And Innovation Advisory Council’s “Trash to Wealth Mission”. Strives to identify, develop, and deploy technologies. To process waste in order to generate energy. Recycle materials, and extract valuable resources. They handcraft designer furniture from old vehicle parts. Including tables, chairs, stools, and table lamps. They encourage individuals to donate. Their old cars and return designer items.
The Gujrat Investor
At the Gujarat Investor Summit on August 13. Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced. India’s Vehicle Scrappage Policy and invited youngsters and start-ups to participate. It would benefit the automobile industry. In the long run and help shred the old automobiles. Therefore Cartist initiated a solution initiative, as Modiji said, .“Kachre ko Kanchan,” or “we are pushing this mission. Of turning waste into wealth,” added Jangid. The Vehicle Scrapping Policy strives. To build an ecosystem that allows unsuitable and polluting vehicles.