Waste Management: Policies, Issues, Challenges and Way Forward: August 19-23, 2013 | Centre for Science and Environment


Waste Management: Policies, Issues, Challenges and Way Forward: August 19-23, 2013


Waste management is a critical issue for Indian cities. Increasing population levels, rapid urbanization and rise in living standards have greatly accelerated the generation of waste in our country. Regulators involved in waste management have to face a number of challenges to provide an efficient and effective system to the citizens. CSE’s five day programme on Waste Management addressed the needs of regulators on the issues of waste management. The programme covered municipal solid waste, hazardous waste and bio-medical waste which are under the purview of State Pollution Control Boards and Pollution Control Committee.

It discussed national and international laws applicable for waste management and provided in-depth knowledge on suitable methods for recycle, reuse and coprocessing of wastes and scientific disposal of wastes. The training programme consisted of lectures and field trips to enable the participants to learn the best practices in inspection, monitoring and compliance assurance of waste handling facilities during design, construction and operational phase.

The training programme consisted of following session

  • Environmental Impact Assessment of Hazardous waste landfill site
  • Design and assessment of secured landfill site
  • Municipal solid waste management: challenges in implementation
  • Biomedical waste management: Best practices
  • Waste Management practices in Sweden
  • Site visits
 
See also: Programme Schedule
 

Participant List

 

RAMEENA V.V
Kerala State Pollution Control Board
Email: rameenavv@yahoo.co.in

YANATHUNG KITHAN
Nagaland Pollution Control Board
Email: yanathung@yahoo.co.in

K.SRINIVAS
Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board
Email: sreenivaskakarla@gmail.com

BOYA RUDRESH
Karnataka State Pollution Control Board
Email: boyarudresh_kspcb@yahoo.co.in

S. SHIVAPPA NAIK
Karnataka State Pollution Control Board
Email: shivappanaik2004@yahoo.co.in

D. SYIEMLIEH
Meghalaya State Pollution Control Board.
Email: kong_leols@yahoo.com

SUNIL ASHOKRAO SONKAMBLE
Maharashtra Pollution Control Board
Email: sunil.sonkamble@mpcb.gov.in

NARESH GOSWAMI
Uttarakhand Environment Protection & Pollution Control Board
Email: nareshgoswami05@gmail.com

DR. RAJENDRA SINGH
Uttarakhand Environment Protection & Pollution Control Board, Dehradun
Email: rskathait200@gmail.com

BILAL AHMAD KHAN
J&K State Pollution Control Board
Email: bilalimz.34@gmail.com

D. NARENDER
A.P Pollution Control Board.
Email: romdkl@gmail.com durgamn@Yahoo.com

DR. SOHAN GIRI
State Pollution Control Board, Odisha
Email: giri.sohan@yahoo.com, sohangiri@gmail.com

SANJEEV SHARMA
H.P State Pollution Control Board
Email: sanjeev1205@rediffmail.com

 

 

DR. DAYESHWAR VISHRAM TULJAPURKER
Maharashtra Pollution Control Board
Email: dayeshwar.tuljapurkar@mpcb.gov.in

MALAJI NAGARJUNA
A.P Pollution Control Board
Email: nagpcb1998@gmail.com

ASHOK KUMAR GUPTA
Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board
Email: ashokgupta61@gmail.com

PREMALETHA S.
Kerala State Pollution Control Board
Email: premalathasasi@gmail.com premalathasasi@yahoo.co.in

MUKESH KUMAR SRIVASTAVA
Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board
Email: mshi1947@gmail.com

P. VEERANNA
A.P Pollution Control Board
Email: pveeranna@gmail.com

MRS. VIJI KARTHIKEYAN
Karnataka State Pollution Control Board
Email: vijikar2010@gmail.com

ZAHOO IQBAL RATHOR
J&K State Pollution Control Board
Email: rather.zahoor786@gmail.com

M. CHANDRAKANTH NAIK
A.P Pollution Control Board
Email: uhz_eez_cpc@pcb.gov.ap.in , mcnaik@yahoo.com

DR. MUKESH MAHALING
State Pollution Control Board, Odisha
Email: m_mahaling@yahoo.co.in

B.RAVINDER
A.P Pollution Control Board
Email: ravipcb@gmail.com

MOHAMMAD IRFAN KAGZI
Gujarat Pollution Control Board
Email:

DR. ARJUN M. JADHAV
Maharashtra Pollution Control Board
Email: arjun.jadhav@mpcb.gov.in, drarjunjadhav@gmail.com

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Feedback
 

“The course was very useful. We are now skillfully and technically trained”

Zahoor Iqbal Rather,
Jammu and Kashmir,
State Pollution Control Board

 

“The programme was interactive and useful. It focuses on implementation aspects and has motivated us to work better in this field.”

Viji Karthikeyan,
Karnataka State Pollution Control Board

 

 

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