Waste Warriors is an organization run by volunteers and a registered community with the aim to clean up India. Formed in September 2012, our history traces back to April 2009 when Jodie Underhill - our founder - decided to act on India’s garbage situation. Her first mass cleanup was in McLeod Ganj and was joined by more than 100 people. Afterwards, she formed a voluntary mission and began a weekly waste collection in Triund.
Today, our team runs a range of campaigns centered on keeping the country clean. We offer Waste Management training to raise awareness and to educate people. We also provide consultancy to companies and individuals, wherein we evaluate communities, workplaces and homes to come up with waste management action plans and trainings. On top of presentations and trainings, we have large-scale events and collection service in Corbett, Dharamsala, and Dehradun.