In October of 2020, we created an installation made of e-scrap collected from our campus. He was aptly named eMan, and installed on campus for the weeks leading upto International eWaste day.
eMan forced us to look deep within and realise how our consumerism can have a direct impact on the environment and in turn on our health. He helped collect e-waste from our offices and our homes. We partnered with local agencies registered with the government to ensure this hazardous waste was recycled responsibly.
Electronics consumerism is at an all-time high today. eMan helps us introspect and rethink our consumer choices.