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Vishwas Vidyaranya

Vishwas Vidyaranya

Vishwas is the co-founder of Ambire, a company focused on consulting and digital solutions in circular economy and climate change. He has over 10 years of international experience in circular economy, waste and water management, financial analysis, climate change resilience and sustainable cities. He holds a master´s degree in Sanitary Engineering and waste management from Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany and is based out of Bogotá, Colombia.

Vishwas has implemented over 4.000 tonnes per annum capacity of decentralized waste recycling systems and designed over 150.000 tonnes per annum of centralized waste treatment systems This includes five material recovery facilities ranging from 20 TPD to 250 TPD capacities.

He is actively involved in professional organizations like ISWA and its Young Professionals Group (YPG). He is also a member of ISWA’s working group on landfills. He has several publications and a US Patent on the energy management system to his credit.


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