Over 40 lookalikes recorded till date
If you want to replicate this in your region, do get in touch and we can see how to work together. If you just go ahead and copy - do send us a photograph of the product and it will appear on this page!
Our focus on replicability, coupled with visual, jargon free communication has helped us create the home composting market where there was none in our country.
It has inspired others to begin their businesses in sustainability and may their tribe increase! This is Design working at its best!
One Indian Municipality subsidises composting for 500 homes as a pilot
Our Khamba made by local potters in the Kerala region bringing composting into every home.
The Indore Municipality uses the Khamba as the icon to promote home composting
Product and Instruction Images are taken from our site and used to spread the habit of composting and waste management
Our Khamba inspires
The Ramakrishna Mission in Mangalore promoting composting, inspired by our products!
Different companies in India have replicated these and some continue to do so and others have given up over time. Selling the idea of composting is not always easy or viable.
Promoting home composting
IIT Delhi Enactus Club replicates our product and promotes home composting
Composting brings the world together!
We see interesting replicas of the Khamba across the world - here are a few
Latin America has many Khamba replicas!
Our classic waste break-up pie chart also inspires well- this is a great version!
More in Latin America!
Lima Composters have great branding on the pots.
From Khamba to Hoster!
Companies use our design and model and change the name too!
In Bengaluru too!
Local potters make replicas of our Khamba composter in Bengaluru - that are sold by this organisation
Khamba spreads the message and magic of composting in Delhi!
This NGO also used images from our website in their presentations. Our products & communication material have been used across so many platforms and that demonstrates that the message is clear and fits the users needs.
Khamba Composter replicas in Mysore
These pots are sourced from a potter group whom we had trained who have gone on to sell their own composters!
I, Paola Santoro from Chile, became a “clone” of Daily Dump in November 2009.
We had been composting at home for about 15 years “the old way”, making a pile on the ground.
When we discovered what Daily Dump was doing it was our “Oh!” moment: you can compost your residues at home easily, in a friendly way! And if we can do it at home, where we have a big yard, others can also do it in an apartment with no yard at all. Compost at home for everyone. Second “Oh” moment. We started selling local Khambas in December 2009, and we have saved about 4,6 tons saved from landfills, since then!
When we started, Daily Dump was a really important help...to open our minds to different ways of composting, more kind and friendly ways than those we were used to. From time to time I get into Daily Dump’s Instagram or website, and it always impresses me how quickly you create different products and different ways of showing them. Your communication strategies are very creative, I think it is what I love the most.
We are pleased to let you know that we have made our first prototype of kambha. It looks little different and needs some finishing. We have already worked on that and the regular kambhas will be more perfect. We are sending you the photographs of it and a small write-up for customers. We are also preparing hand-outs and shortly we will launch our product here.
Shirish & Suchitra Godbole
Nagpur, Aug 2010
This is the first batch from our Daily Dump Khamba ( though technically it’s not from Daily Dump or your clone, since the idea and technical inputs are from your site, the credit goes to you!!). We were generally very excited about it and were sharing the mail below with all our friends, so just thought we’d share with the people who drove us there too!!
But one thing that I see as a potential is whether this can be driven as a mass program ( along the lines of the rain water harvesting). Any ideas that you’ll have on that? And any way we can help spread the concept? Do please let us know. Regards
General Manager, Deccan Engineering Enterprises
Jan 06, 2010
I wanted to email you letting you know that our Khamba has been doing well. My family is slowly learning about composting and I have been encouraging others to invest in one if they're interested.
I love the design! Thank you so much for your time into this, I hope we can work together in the future in other capacities!
Just to say my Kumbha came home around twelve years ago...the lid broke but I stuck it together and it still serves me rather well. Best of all I have held my head high knowing those trucks of garbage don't ply because of me.... and that is thanks to all of you at Daily Dump!
Keep up the good work!
Hello DailyDump Team!
It's been about one year since I started composting with my trusty 3T khamba. Apart from some minor maggot related issues, it's been SO easy and SO fulfilling!
Because I had all this compost, I started a little garden. It's not very big due to space issues, but it gives me so much joy. It's the first time I've grown anything! My friends also have been enjoying my compost bounty and always ask me to bring some when I visit them! In fact, a few of them have also bought their own composters after seeing how easy they are to use.
I've also re-examined my entire waste-stream-- at work and at home, and now regularly segregate plastics, paper, etc. My new aim is to reduce my plastic usage, especially with food items.
I have one request for you: the one product I am unable to find a environmentally safe, biodegradable alternative for, is cat litter. All cat litter available in India is made from bentonite clay (which is strip-mined). In the US, I have seen litter options made from wheat or old newspapers, but they are time-consuming to make at home. If you guys can come up with a product like this, you would have at least one loyal customer!
Thank you so much for your amazing product!