Circular economy at individual- and household-levels demand responsible consumption built on the principles of refusing, reusing, and re-purposing. Our focus is on rural, urban and industrial wastes, which do not fall into these basic pathways and require industrial processes to recycle and incinerate them. To recycle, we have to find innovative, environmentally-safe, commercially-viable means to collect, segregate, and process the materials. Incineration is the last option in circular economy, which yields heat and electrical energy at the cost of completely destroying the material. At this stage, the material becomes just waste. We do our best to avoid this pathway by finding alternative means to re-purpose the materials.