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Speaker Presentations of WTERT – 4th Conference 26th & 27th Nov 2015 held at ICT, Mumbai, India

S.No

Presentation title Presenter / Speaker

Session 1

1

MANAGEMENT OF THE WASTE IN MIDC AREAS, MAHARASHTRA R.V. Sonje, Dy. C.E.O. (Env.) & Chief Engineer (HQ), MIDC, Mumbai.

2

International Practices for Hazardous Waste Management Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Chief Scientist and Head, CSIR – NEERI (Mumbai)

3

Plastic Waste Management – A Broad Perspective Dr. Vijay G. Habbu, Reliance Industries Ltd,

4

  1. CEPI Presentation on Action Plan for Navi Mumbai
  2. INFORMATION DISCLOSURE PROGRAM FOR AIR POLLUTION ABATEMENT (STAR RATING PROGRAM)
Mr. V. M. Motghare, Joint Director (Air Pollution Control), MPCB

Session 2

1

Can we invest in the waste? Dr. Sharad M. Sontakke, DST Inspire Asst. Professor Department of Chemical Engineering, ICT, Mumbai

2

“THERMO-ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT OF MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES FOR MUMABAI: INSIGHTS FROM EXERGY ANALYSIS” Professor Aniruddha B. Pandit,  Institute of Chemical Technology,Department of Chemical Engineering, Mumbai, India

3

Sustainable Waste/Resource Management: Issues and Challenges Brajesh K Dubey, Associate Professor-Environmental Engineering and Management, Department of Civil Engineering Indian Institute of Technology – Kharagpur

Session 3

1

Proven Practices of Waste Management for Energy Generation K. Srinivasa Rao, Head of Business Development, India & Subcontinent, Hitachi Zosen India Private Limited, Hyderabad

2

Cement Kiln Co-processing for Sustainable Management of Hazardous and Other Wastes Ulhas Parlikar, Dy Head – Geocycle India

Session 4

1

CONSTRUCTION & DEMOLITION WASTE DISPOSAL Dr. Anurag Garg, Centre for Environmental Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

2

E-waste – Industry insight & Best practices Mr. Anuj Maheshwari, AVP – Business Development, Eco Recycling Limited

3

E‐ WASTE ‐ A Business Opportunity? APOORV JAIN

4

Challenges in e‐Waste Management R. K. Garg

Session 5

1

Waste Management/ Segregation Solutions Mr. Manish Sharma, Instrumentation Limited, (A Govt. of India Enterprise)

2

Waste to Wealth P. P. Nandusekar, Retd. Principal Scientific Officer, MPCB & Advisor (Env.) Mumbai

3

Common Hazardous Waste –Treatment Storage Disposal Facility Somnath Malgar, Mumbai Waste Management Limited, Ramky Group

4

Technological Options for Chemical Waste Management, Recovery, Phytoremediation Prof. (Dr.) A. D. SAWANT, Prof. of Chemistry (Rtd.) Institute of Science, Ex Vice Chancellor, University of Rajasthan, Ex Pro Vice Chancellor, Mumbai University

Session 6

1

BIOGAS TECHNOLOGIES – “LAB IN TO LAND FOR WASTE IN TO WEALTH” PRODUCTION, PURIFICATION AND UTILISATION Dr.P.SHANMUGAM, MS (Civil/Env Engg IIT M), MSc., (Env. Scs), PhD (Civil/Env Engg, Leeds, UK), Commonwealth Fellowship), Senior Principal Scientist, Environmental Engineering Department CENTRAL LEATHER RESEARCH INSTITUTE (CSIR), Adayar, Chennai

2

Integrated Industrial Waste Management ‐ A Roadmap to Sustainable Development Mrs. Jyoti Palekar, Sustainable Technosolutions for Environmental Protection Pvt Ltd (step)

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Reports


1. Report of the Task Force on Waste to Energy (Volume I) (In the context of Integrated MSW Management) Click Here
2. Report of the Task Force on Waste to Energy (Volume II) Click Here


3. Energy from Waste – Clean, efficient, renewable: Transitions in combustion efficiency and NOx controlClick Here