Zabble recognized as one of the Top 5 Artificial Intelligence Startups advancing Circular Economy!
The name Zabble was inspired by the Zabbaleen, the "garbage people" of Egypt. These are people including kids that have informally collected Cairo’s trash since the 1940’s. It is known that the zabbaleen find local markets for up to 80% of the waste they collect. They even raise pigs to consume all the organic waste thus creating a closed-loop system for Cairo’s waste. However, their livelihood and Cairo’s local circular economy has been threatened by recent measures passed by the government.

Zabble derives its inspiration from the Zabbaleen to enable a circular economy tomorrow by modernizing quantification and categorization of waste using technology today.

Our Team

NIK BALACHANDRAN

Founder, CEO, Data Scientist

Kelley Nelson

Senior Data Scientist

RAHUL BELEKAR

Senior Software Engineer

JAY Nguyen

Senior Front-End Developer

SANDHYA RAO

Senior Visual Designer

Our Advisors

Cassandra Thiel

ERICA HANSON

KIM LINDQUIST

ROBERT JOHNSON

Les Schmidt

Speaking Engagements

OCTOBER 12 -14 | Live Streaming

Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education

VIRTUAL


Register for the Conference

SEPTEMBER 22, 2021 | 3:00 - 4:00 PM EDT

Build a Sustainable Zero Waste Program Using Lean Feedback-Loops with Daniel Chau + AASHE

VIRTUAL


Register for the Webinar

AUGUST 17, 2021 | 2:50 PM–4:20 PM

California Resource Recovery Association's 45th Conference & Trade Show

Virtual

A Post-COVID Blueprint for Zero Waste Buildings and Campuses

MAY 22, 2019

Sustainable Enterprise Conference Contra Costa 2019

Cal State East Bay, Concord CA, USA


Our Waste Crisis: Now What?

OCTOBER 30, 2019

Corporate Social Impact 2019

GSV Labs, San Mateo, Concord CA, USA


CSI Supply Chain Roundtable & Booth

APRIL 27, 2019

New Living Expo

San Mateo, CA, USA


Today's Recycling Challenges

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We are looking for passionate people in marketing, sales, data science, backend, frontend and mobile who can aid in solving problems that result from a linear waste-full world. If you think the future is waste-free and circular as we do, reach out to us.

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