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Take Your First Step Towards Sustainability With Beautiful Upcycled Products From Rimagined! Rimagined brings together a range of upcycled products that celebrate local talent and craftsmanship. Their catalogue of items made out of materials like denim, rubber, composite and e-waste brings a ray of hope along with a plethora of opportunities to the rural artisans […]

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UN Environment

This Indian start-up is turning trash into treasure To help fix the vicious cycle of consumerism and waste disposal, 41-year old Shailaja Rangarajan – who is based in Bangalore, India’s third-largest city – is charting a new path towards conscious consumerism. While waste management is usually seen as the process of segregating and recycling, she

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SHE THE PEOPLE

Shailaja Rangarajan’s Rimagined Promotes Upcycling in Everyday Life Shailaja Rangarajan started Rimagined in 2016 which endeavours towards upcycling and sustainability. Her initiative aims at reducing waste output and instead using it to produce usable products such as furniture, jewellery clothes and home décor. Read More

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HEY BEAUTIFUL!

Reimagine Recycling with Rimagined Rimagined is a collaborative platform for designers and makers working with waste. To support the makers’ commitments, they ensure that all the products sold on Rimagined.com are upcycled. Hey Beautiful reaches out to their founder Ms. Shailaja Rangarajan, an MBA, to know more about their work & future plans. She brings

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THE BETTER INDIA

Tetra-Packs & Torn Jeans: Bengaluru Woman Upcycles Waste into Things You’ll Love! From suave bags fashioned from tetra paks, denim and other textile wastes to fancy tea coasters made using motherboards and vinyl records, Rimagined’s range of upcycled products is indeed a revelation. India produces 1,00,000 metric tonnes of solid waste on a daily basis,

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THE ECONOMIC TIMES

Bengaluru’s Shailaja Rangarajan upcycles trash into home décor and fashion accessories BENGALURU: Shailaja Rangarajan was one of those techies in the software hub of Whitefield until she became part of the local citizen movement Whitefield Rising. She worked on solid waste management initiatives, along with others. Four years ago, she decided to resign her technology

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YOURSTORY

Looking for upcycled and environment-friendly products? Check out Rimagined Shailaja Rangarajan started Rimagined in an effort to promote conscious consumption while creating livelihoods for women in the urban poor and rural sectors. Urban India today produces nearly 48 million tonnes of municipal solid waste annually. The alarming rate of waste generation in the country will soon land us in a deep waste-management

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NDTV

Recycling Is Passé, This Social Enterprise Is Upcycling Waste Into Ingenious Consumer Products From plastic waste, ceramic waste to e-waste, social enterprise Rimagined is upcycling every kind of waste and turning them into jewellery, kitchen items, home décor products and furniture items Read More

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