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Abstract

Growing Old or Growing Clean?

By Nickolas Themelis and Athanasios Bourtsalas
As the UK strives to achieve its obligations under the EU Landfill Directive, it has turned increasingly to a range of alternative disposal options. These include increased recycling, composting, anaerobic digestion and the use of thermal treatment facilities to recover energy from waste.

2ND International Brainstorming Workshop on Short and Long-Term Solutions for Municipal Solid Waste Management Problem in Indian Cities, 21-22 February 2013

City development integrated and self financed municipal solid waste management model for India
Sqn Ldr (Retd) Devendra Goyal*
140 IEHCS Layout, Vidyaranyapura, Bangalore 560097
*Corresponding Author: +91-9845364203; janusisolutions@yahoo.com

A novel bioprocess for eco-friendly disposal of the weed ipomoea (Ipomoea carnea): a feasibility study
Gurjeet Kaur, S. Gajalakshmi, S.A. Abbasi*
Centre for Pollution Control & Environmental Engineering, Pondicherry University, Kalapet, Puducherry 605 014, India
*Corresponding author: s.a.abbasi@gmail.com; +91-9443265262

Open burning of MSW: Health and environmental issues and sustainable solutions for MSW management
Kanchan Kumari*, Jitendra K. Sharma, Asha A. Juwarkar
Eco System Division, CSIR-National Environmental Engineering Research Institute, Nehru Marg, Nagpur, India-440020.
*Corresponding Author: onlinekanchan1@gmail.com

A model residential township with efficient resource recovery system
Devendra Dohare*, Abhishek Kanojia
SGSITS Indore
Corresponding Author: *abhishek.kanojia002@gmail.com

Vermicomposting of Wastewater Treatment Plant Sludge, Cow Dung and Weeds
Devendra Dohare*, Abhishek Kanojia
SGSITS Indore
Corresponding Author: *abhishek.kanojia002@gmail.com

Vermicomposting of Wastewater Treatment Plant Sludge, Cow Dung and Weeds
Anoop Yadav, V. K. Garg*
Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar, Haryana,
Corresponding Author: * vinodkgarg@yahoo.com & yadavanoop@rediffmail.com.

Preparation and evaluation of Agro industrial Waste Carbon for effective removal of nickel from aqueous solutions
Manjeet Bansala*, V.K.Gargb, Diwan Singhc
a Department of Civil Engineering,, Punjab Technical University Giani Zail Singh Campus, Bathinda –151001
(Punjab), India, Tel. 098151-26102, Email : push_kar5@yahoo.com
b Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology,
Hisar 125001, (Haryana), India. Email: vinodkgarg@yahoo.com
c Department of Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra – 136119, India

Wide window for creating environmental awareness
M. Leeladharan1, S.Sudalai2,
1Assistant Professor, Library & Information Science; Email: mleeladharan@gmail.com
2Assistant Professor, Center for Pollution Control and Environmental Engineering, Pondicherry University

Ecopots garbage farms
T. Vijayan Anandvishnu*, Aparna BE,
NEUECOTECHS, Chennai
*Corresponding Author: vijayanrd@gmail.com; Phone: +91-9444295676

Eco-technologies for Municipal Solid Waste Management in coastal areas- an action research framework
G. Poyyamoli 1, R. Rajamanikam 2, Sunil Kumar 3
1Associate Professor & Research Scholar2, Department of Ecology & Environmental Sciences, Pondicherry University Puducherry
India 605014 (gpoyya@yahoo.com1 and rajma86@gmail.com2)
3Scientist, CSIR-National Environmental Engineering Research Institute, Kolkata Zonal Laboratory, I-8, Sector “C”, East Kolkata,
New Township. EM Bypass, Kolkata, West Bengal India 700 107 (sunil_neeri@yahoo.co.in)

Methodological framework to assess environmental impacts of various waste management options
Anand Bohraa, Poonam Ahluwaliab,1, Arvind K. Nemac
aNational Council for Cement & Building Materials, Ballabgarh, Faridabad, Haryana 121004, India (andybohra@yahoo.co.in)
b (1Corresponding Author) Technical Specialist, MWH India Private Limited, 18,2nd Floor, Sant Nagar, East of Kailash, Delhi – 110065
(Poonam.Ahluwalia@mwhglobal.com, poonamkahluwalia@yahoo.co.in)
cAssociate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, IIT. Delhi, New Delhi 110016, India (aknema@civil.iitd.ac.in, aknema@gmail.com)

Where PPPP means Private Public People’s Partnership
Shyamala Mani,
Professor, NIUA
Email: smani@niua.org

Exploring the potential of decentralised solid waste management in New Delhi
Rozita Singh
Department of Policy Studies, TERI University, New Delhi, India
Corresponding author: Tel: +91 9711882448, E-mail: rozitasingh@yahoo.co.in

Green productivity approaches to Municipal Solid Waste management – Turning waste into resource
Mrinal K.Ghose
Consultant, Asian Development Bank in Vietnam, 113 Regent Estate, Kolkata -700092 ghosemrinal@hotmail.com

Gasification: Sources of Energy
Anurag Gupta*, Sanjali Jain, Purvee Chauhan
Institute of Engineering and Technology, D.A.V.V Indore
*correspondence author: anurag999gupta@gmail.com; Ph: +91-94240820191*

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1. Sarika Rathi provides integrated MSW management plan for Mumbai, India. For more detail Click Here
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