Pack 12" x 16" | Box 5"B x 4"W x 8"H when assembled
Cardboard and Paper
1 corrugated box flatpacked
+Activity sheet + sticker sheets + booklet
It's easy to care for your home and the earth with the Daily Dump Care Box! Bulbs fuse at odd times, often leaving us wondering what to do with the used bulb. Not knowing any better, we put it in the waste bin or give it with other dry waste to the scrap dealer. Both are dangerous things to do.
The Daily Dump Care Box is a simple product that encourages each home to store, not throw used bulbs. The book included explains why.
A unique gift to spread the word of little actions making big impact. Customise it with beautiful stickers included. The Care Box stores up to 8 used bulbs and keeps them safe till they can be given to a responsible e-waste recycler.
Directions for use
Wrap fused bulb in newspaper and store in Care Box
Keep Care Box indoors, away from reach of children and pets
Seal when full and hand over to a responsible e-waste recycler
Remember that for small recyclers, picking up electronic waste and handling it is expensive. So it is best to collect, store safely and then hand over a sizeable number of used bulbs to the recycler; alongwith other valuable e-waste like old computers, spoilt gadgets or wires.
By doing so, you are doing the right thing and showing that you care for your home and the Earth! Any other products or accessories shown in the photographs are for representational purpose only.
children, young adults, corporate teams, resident welfare associations,
Flowers Don't Die is an exciting project workbook and resource that helps to engage with current ideas of climate change, circular economy at a hyperlocal level. Designed to be interactive, fun and interesting. Using the example of a local florist business, this workbook and resource set encourages first-hand understanding of the challenges of running a small business, including “greening” a business. It seeks to foster a cross-pollination of people from different walks of life in the hope that it will create engagement, friendship, empathy and perhaps some new pathways for greener practices.
Use the Flowers Don't Die resource with children at home, in school, in your neighbourhood. Or use it with colleagues at the workplace as an employee engagement community activity or as a project at your housing society. It will offer a great opportunity to build key skills including critical thinking, reflection, project management, and user-centred research.
Directions for Use
This resource set includes 7 documents. We suggest going through all of them first before getting started.
The Flowers Don't Die workbook is the main document that you should read first.
On starting the project, your inputs for the activities and exercises in this workbook can be added in soft copy. Or you can print the workbook if you wish to.
There are 2 Case Study decks. The first is a case study of Daily Dump's work with florists in our. neighbourhood - to share our experience and learnings before you start. The second case study deck includes different examples of those working with flower waste.
The Project Tracker Template is a spreadsheet that can also be filled in soft copy.
The Conversation Starter Cards are prompts designed to help you in your interaction with the local business.
The Flower Composting deck explains how to compost flower waste easily.
The Brochure is designed as a starting point for you to share with the local business towards the later part of the project. This resource has been designed and published by Daily Dump in-house.Any other products or accessories shown in the photographs are for representational purpose only.
5 Disgustingly Cool Books is a set of 5 fun books that looks at big questions for the young exploring mind. Each of the 5 books has been designed around a core idea or question. For instance, Where do you think the cleanest water comes from? What is yucky? Why do pizzas seem cooler than rotis? What if I don’t say enough? What are the not-so-cool stories behind every product we buy. The idea is to provoke questioning and discovery among children, rather than offer them the ‘right’ answer.
This book set is best enjoyed by 8-12 year olds, the golden age when children start forming opinions of the world around them and gradually build their own sense of self. It encourages critical thinking. Pair it with the Ooze Stopper or Care Box to help children experience the power of their everyday actions.
5 Disgustingly Cool Books is also a great resource if you are an adult working with children's groups. Read a 2009 review here of the first print edition of these books ! This book set has been designed by Daily Dump in-house. Wonderfully illustrated by Pallavi Agarwala. Any other products or accessories shown in the photographs are for representational purpose only.
homes, offices, resorts, residential & other communities as training tool.
The Waste Awareness Deck is an easy-to-use set of A3 cards that explains the role of citizens and communities in managing waste in urban India. Useful tool for training and awareness sessions. Designed as a visual deck with talking points on the reverse, Daily Dump's waste awareness deck helps the presenter cover all aspects of that card. Gets people engaged and aware. Different language options available.
homes, offices, resorts, residential & other communities - to spread awareness on waste segregation
Here's a fun, vibrant poster to help you build awareness on waste segregation. It helps you understand what is inside that black garbage bag and how to keep materials separate. Changing behaviour around waste is serious business and we have found that getting the whole family or office or community on board is often the hardest part. The Waste Segregation poster serves as a gentle reminder to everyone until it becomes a habit at home or in the community or office. It is used by several communities on their display boards and as a great training tool.
For bulk requirements and customisation with your logo, write to us.
Any other products or accessories shown in the photographs are for representational purpose only.
homes, schools, offices, residential & other communities - to understand segregation of waste
Changing behaviour around waste is serious business and we have found that getting the whole family or office or community on board is often the hardest part. So here's a fun handy 1 pager to help you build awareness on waste segregation.
We call it the Fridge Sheet because you can pin it to the fridge! It serves as a gentle reminder to everyone until it becomes second nature at home or in the community or office. The large size (A3) is printed on thick sheet that can be used for display on notice boards.
Widely used as a great training tool. Choose from language and size options best suited for you
For bulk requirements and customisation with your logo, write to us Any other products or accessories shown in the photographs are for representational purpose only.
students, professionals and anyone interested in urban waste sector in India.
Great resource for students, professionals and anyone interested in understanding the value of informal waste sector in managing waste in urban India.
In 2009 Daily Dump began research to see if technology could help the informal sector. This publication is the result of 2 years of action research.
Daily Dump coined the term Recycle Guru to show how the local waste picker and dealer are actually experts and must be acknowledged as such. The report highlights the challenges of resource recovery of dry waste in urban Indian centres. In a simple to understand style it explains the involvement of different stakeholders and the possible future solutions to manage waste and provide dignity to the informal waste sector.
Daily Dump is still exploring the most valid leverage point to bring change to the way dry waste streams can be managed. It continues to work in this area.
Published by Daily Dump with support from CHF. Any other products or accessories shown in the photographs are for representational purpose only.
The Magic Gamla Pot book fosters a questioning spirit - to find out where materials come from and where they go. It takes the reader through a fascinating journey to discover that some materials at home can turn into magic brown bits! In the process the child has to encounter the many different kinds of boochies (creepy crawlies) that surround her/him. S/he realises that materials have unique properties that make some them living or non-living. Pair it with a Nano Khamba or Gobble Solo to let children experience the power of their actions.
The book introduces the concepts of living and non-living things, organic and inorganic, natural cycles, and decomposition in a fun and simple way. It urges children, parents and teachers to experiment with precious organic material (otherwise called waste) at home! Filled with activities for the child to do - independently or with adult help. The last sticking activity has an answer sheet - available to download at the link below.
It makes for a great gift and party favour option too. You can read a fun review of the Magic Gamla Pot here This book has been designed and published by Daily Dump in-house.Any other products or accessories shown in the photographs are for representational purpose only.
The Ouch & Moo books on Plastic Bags bring to focus the menace of this everyday material. It gets children to connect it to their everyday lives in an interactive, fun way.
While all plastic is not bad, we've reached a stage where it threatens to eat into our guts – like in the case of the poor cows in these books. Materials have a life, and we must help our children become aware of their advantages and disadvantages from a very young age. This will enable them to make informed choices as they grow and begin to make decisions. These books help children understand the concept of manmade objects and natural things. It also includes some concrete steps that a child can take in her daily routine to build the habit of reducing, reusing and recycling.
The Red Ouch and Moo book (for older children) and its companion, the Yellow Ouch and Moo book (for younger kids) address the issue at different levels of complexity. It is like reading two versions of a Birbal story at the same time. We believe that this fosters a sense of perspective and inquiry, so necessary to understand the “complete” story. Both books in the set are illustrated in different styles, as a way to encourage different ways of seeing. Enjoy it and gift it too!
This book has been designed and published by Daily Dump in-house. Any other products or accessories shown in the photographs are for representational purpose only.