We collaborate with local and like-minded organizations to bring positive impact around mountain waste in Nepal
BW2V is a social enterprise dedicated to creating value from waste. Since establishing in July 2014, the company has created an integrated solid waste management system backed with robust technology software to help companies and communities responsibly manage, reduce, and track their waste.
The company’s current portfolio includes reputed hotels like Yak and Yeti Hotel, Hyatt Regency Kathmandu, Hotel Marriott Kathmandu, and institutions like Indian Embassy and World Bank. The company has also established a community-based model in the municipalities of Kirtipur and Shankharapur, with 1200+ and 700+ households respectively. BW2V has also developed the first take-back scheme in Nepal for e-waste to help Chaudhary Group fulfill its Extended Production Responsibility.
BW2V helps clients to transit to responsible waste management practices by providing customized solutions including setting up internal processes and an in-house developed technology to monitor the generated waste.
Since our inception, Moware has closely worked with BW2V doing researchon various application of waste and creating a knowledge bank. Likewise, BW2V has supported Moware by providing raw material for the production of our upcycled products.
Sagarmatha Next is the first project of Himalayan Museum and Sustainable Park (HMSP), a profit non-distributing company that promotes sustainable trekking and tourism in the Himalayan region, by creating a sustainable ecosystem that promotes conscious consumption, best practices, education and awareness on the environmental and social challenges.
Located in Syangboche near Namche Bazar, enrouted to the Everest Base Camp, Sagarmatha Next aims to change the perception around waste and provide support to the local stakeholders of the region, by bringing innovative and sustainable solutions for solid waste management in the Khumbu region.
By highlighting art and innovation, Sagarmatha Next strives to find new purposes for waste, offering to local and international artists a Waste Lab where they can experiment with the transformation of mountain waste into artwork and design products. Besides, it offers a space to the visitors and trekkers in the area to learn about the Himalayan mountains, environment, local culture, socio-cultural challenges, and the waste management in the region.
Moware has created a dedicated line of products for Sagamartha Next, made by the artist and locals of the region. The products are sold online as well as the Sagarmatha next shop in Syangboche.