Surya Factory, first textile recycling factory established by an industrialist based in Pakhara who who leased land for the factory from Jhadap Bahadur Khatri. The factory is located in Kodar of Bhojpur Municipality.
The factory provides beneficial services to the likes of Koirala by recycling old textile into new useful items.
The general habit of generating waste and littering has stopped due to recycling. Simultaneously, it has provided an economic boost to many people. The factory charges customers for each kilogram of textile they want to recycle.
The factory also provides employment where the workers at the factory recycle unwanted clothes to produce around 6 to 12 new textile products such as mattresses, pillows and more every day.
First, they need to shred the clothes to small pieces, and then burn and discolour them. Although the task is difficult, but it help people recycle their old clothes.
In the first two weeks, the factory saw no one come in with old, unwanted clothes. Now the factory is buzzing with customers coming in to recycle their old clothes.
The Surya Factory is the first of its kind in the district with many people in Bhojpur unware of the hidden gem right in their district, much less about the possibility of recycling old clothes.
According to Bhojpurâ€™s Rahan Singh Rai, principal of Bahumukhi Campus, the company has a good chance of succeeding even in such a rural area because it provides a wide array of economic and environmental benefits to people.
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