Jaipur-based organization conserves designer furniture by recycling old auto parts and automotive waste
Update: Aug 16, 2021 11:59 PM STI
Jaipur (Rajasthan) [India], Aug 16 (ANI): In its attempt to create a sustainable culture by recycling waste, a Jaipur-based organization creates designer furniture by recycling, recycling and reusing vintage car parts and automotive waste.
âInspired by elements of nature, handcrafted, we aspire to create a sustainable automotive art ecosystem by giving your old automobile a second life,â said Himanshu Jangid, founder of Sustain by Cartist.
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âWe embrace auto parts upcycling to create sustainable furniture and bring it into the mainstream by reducing recycling / scraping costs, thereby reducing waste, reducing carbon footprint and protecting our resources. Our ultimate goal is to accelerate the automotive industry‘s transition to a circular economy, âJangid said.
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âWe present a range of gold furniture made from spare parts of cars. To generate awareness of climate change, a sustainable culture is therefore necessary. furniture, âJangid said.
âWe convert 90% of auto parts into furniture. We support the idea of ââour Prime Minister Narendra Modi of the âmission from waste to wealthâ. We believe it is everyone’s responsibility to move forward, save our planet and do our little to prevent the impact of climate change through sustainable means and innovative ideas, âJangid added.
So far, he said, Cartist has recycled nearly 10,000 kg of auto parts into furniture. Using old auto parts, they create handmade designer furniture, ranging from tables and chairs to stools and table lamps. They are urging people to come forward and donate their old cars and take back designer furniture.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday launched a vehicle scrapping policy in India at the Gujarat Investor Summit and called on young people and start-ups to join the program.
Thanking Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the policy, Jangid said: “It would help the auto industry in the long run and scrap old cars, as Cartist has launched a solution initiative, as Modiji said that” Kashre ko Kanchan “, this mission of wasting wealth, we promote it”.
The vehicle scrapping policy aims to create an ecosystem to phase out unsuitable and polluting vehicles in an environmentally friendly and safe manner. The policy aims to create a scrapping infrastructure in the form of automated test stations and registered vehicle scrapping facilities across the country. (ANI)