Trash to Treasure is a movement dedicated to cementing a better future for all. Founded in 2023, we aspire to spread awareness about waste management and create a better future. We strive to make a change and create an impact in our community by educating others and inspiring them to taka action. We work to ensure that our voices are heard for generations to come.
Dedication. Drive. Amibition. Passion.
Anang is a student at Ahmedabad International School . He is passionate about math and music.
He used to see the huge waste mountains while visiting his parent's office. This motivated him to bring about a change and start this initiative. He is committed to make a difference, one community at a time. With a vision to create a more sustainable future, he has taken the initiative to raise awareness about waste management. Through his initiative, he hopes to create a ripple effect, inspiring others to make a difference and contribute to a cleaner and greener planet.
Rishika is an IBDP student studying in Ahmedabad. When she is not struggling with organizing her academic life, you can find her chilling in front of the TV or goofing around with her friends.
Seeing a toffee wrapper on the road to plastics in the ocean, the careless attitude behind waste management allowed Rishika to realise that there was a dire need to make people aware about waste management. Trash to Treasure serves as a platform for her to tell people that its not to hard to walk to a bin, nor is it a pain to sort biodegradable from non-biodegradable. She wishes to inform people about how easy and satisfying personal waste management is, helping everyone do their bit for the environment.
Aarav is a student of Udgam school. He is a 16 year old with a love for art and technology. He has passion of drumming and is learning new computer languages.
He was part of a cleanliness drive at age of 10 which made him realize the widespread nature of this issue. This made him passionate about finding a solution and spread awareness about waste management .Trash to Treasure is a platform which enables him to give back to the community.
Maanit is a 12th-grade student studying at The Riverside School in Ahmedabad. He has been practicing the martial art of karate for the past 12 years.
Managing waste and disposing of wisely was something that came to him pretty naturally. The documentaries on the loss of wildlife due to their consumption of non-biodegradable waste disturbed him a lot. This is why he wishes to make a change, he wants to make the disposing of waste easy for others just as easily as it comes to him, and this initiative serves as a platform for him to do so. Maanit foresees the huge changes that could be made from just starting small- making people aware of waste management!
Krish Shah is a passionate Gujarat Board student from Ahmedabad. As an inquisitive and curious learner, Krish has always been focused on balancing academics and activities that create an impact on society at large.
Educating people has always been his passion. Getting an opportunity to make a change really interested him to join the Trash to Treasure team. He feels that with population growth the waste will also increase leading to diseases if not managed properly. To prevent this everyone has to come together as a whole and fight this problem for a better future.He believes that spreading awareness and educating people through the trash to treasure project will definitely be a small step to helping society at large!
Aanya Shah is currently studying in the 10th grade at Ahmedabad International School. She found out about Trash with Treasure through Anang and it instantly captured her attention. Aanya aspires to make some impactful changes by decreasing waste and creating awareness about the campaign while playing her part in helping the environment. Aanya Shah is dedicated to making a positive impact on the environment and has been actively involved in various eco-friendly initiatives. She has a passion for sustainability and is determined to make a difference in her community.
Vivaan Desai is a student from Ahmedabad International school. Vivaan Desai is deeply passionate about environmental issues and has been driven by his personal sentiments and curiosity since childhood. The sight of waste piles and their disposal has raised countless questions and doubts for Vivaan, and he has been disturbed by the carelessness of people in their waste disposal habits, leading to many collateral issues.
Feeling deeply connected to this issue, Vivaan was eager to join a wonderful team of like-minded individuals who share the same concerns and passions.
Sohini Shah is a 10th-grade student. She enjoys a whole lot of extracurriculars like music, sports, and dance. She is a creatively-stimulated artist who does not limit herself to any specific medium.
It is only natural that this creativity and determination permeate into other aspects of her life, especially when it comes to causes she cares about. She was deeply inspired by short documentaries and articles that drove her to strive for change in the way waste is disposed of, and generally handled. Sohini hopes to start small, only to grow further in scale, when it comes to spreading awareness about waste management and the social responsibility the new generation has to make this world a healthier and cleaner place for future generations.
Aashna Nagarsheth is a student from Ahmedabad International School studying in IGCSE 10th. Being a part of the Gen Z has made her extremely environmentally aware. Invoking sustainability and ethical measures of reducing wastage is a prominent part of her life. By starting a compost pit for her house, Aashna thinks that it is time to take further action. Joining this initiative will deepen her cause for making a cleaner and better India.