Malhari Projects Introduces Innovative Infrared Pyrolysis Plant for Sustainable Waste Management

Founded by Dhruv Chauhan and Mihir Dixit, the company is committed to creating a greener and cleaner environment through innovation and technology

Ahmedabad-based Malhari Projects Pvt Ltd made a resounding impact at the prestigious G20 India Shikhar Summit with the introduction of their game-changing technology aimed at sustainable waste management. The company’s breakthrough infrared pyrolysis plant offers a cutting-edge solution that converts hazardous waste, slurry, plastics, rubber, and more into non-toxic materials, in compliance with Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) norms. Founded by Dhruv Chauhan and Mihir Dixit, the company has been steadfast in its commitment to creating a greener and cleaner environment through innovation and technology.

In a candid conversation with Machine Maker, Dhruv Chauhan, the co-founder of Malhari Projects, shared insights about the company’s inception and the core idea behind their revolutionary product. “We started this project two and a half years ago, driven by a vision to tackle the problem of landfill and environmental pollution. Our patent technology, the infrared pyrolysis plant, has the capability to convert various forms of solid waste, including hazardous waste from pharmaceutical and chemical companies, biomedical waste, and municipal solid waste like rubber and plastic, into non-toxic waste that does not harm the environment.”

Malhari Projects’ journey, however, was not without its challenges. From the beginning, the team encountered obstacles, but they remained undeterred in their mission to develop a sustainable waste management solution. Dhruv emphasized, “The journey was difficult from day one, but our team of co-founders, each an expert in their domain, worked tirelessly to overcome these challenges. We invested significant time in research and development, particularly focusing on the environmental aspects, which resulted in the creation of efficient COU (Continuous Unloading System) units and infrared pyrolysis machines.”

The research and development phase lasted for 1.5 years, during which Malhari Projects honed their technology to ensure its effectiveness in transforming various forms of solid waste into non-toxic materials. This dedication and focus on innovation were essential in the development of their groundbreaking prototype. Discussing their future plans, Dhruv Chauhan reiterated their commitment to creating a sustainable and eco-friendly future. He said, “Our tagline, ‘Save Future by Nature,’ perfectly encapsulates our vision. We aim to eliminate all types of waste from landfills, fostering a greener and healthier environment not just in India but all over the world.”

The founders’ vision aligns perfectly with the ambitious “Make in India” initiative, which aims to promote domestic manufacturing and boost the Indian economy. Malhari Projects fully embraces this initiative, as Dhruv proudly stated, “All the parts and manufacturing machines for our infrared pyrolysis plant are made in India. By doing so, we are actively contributing to and promoting the Make in India initiative.” The introduction of Malhari Projects’ infrared pyrolysis plant at the G20 India Shikhar Summit garnered significant attention and appreciation from industry experts and environmentalists. The innovative technology offers a ray of hope in the fight against waste pollution and contributes to India’s commitment to sustainable development.

As the world grapples with the escalating challenges posed by waste management, Malhari Projects stands as a shining example of how innovation and dedication can lead to transformative solutions. With their pioneering technology, the founders are carving a path towards a cleaner, greener, and more sustainable future for generations to come. As their vision to “Save the Future by Nature” gains momentum, the impact of their contribution to the environment promises to be both significant and enduring.


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