Water pollution and waste management course ( 17th to 21th October 2005 | Centre for Science and Environment


Water pollution and waste management course ( 17th to 21th October 2005

     
List of participants
     

Chitralekha vinayak vaidya
Thane
Maharashtra
chitralekha_vaidya@rediffmail.com

Minti Jain
Bangalore- 560020
itnim@yahoo.co.in


K.R.Siddharthan

Tamil Nadu
lvkk@vsnl.com

Himanshu Singh
Haryana 
sm@mmaqua.co.in

Aruna Ramani Grover
Indraprastha Estate
New Delhi-110002
dos@spa.ernet.in

Shantharam Shenai

Maharashtra
Mumbai- 400053
garbageguru@gmail.com

 

Cecilia de Pedro
Goteborg- 41702
Sweden ceciliadepedro@hotmail.com

Anil .C. Dayakar
Andhra Pradesh
anildayakar@rediffmail.com

Doria Narayanan
 Malaysia
dorain@iwk.com.my

Ahmed ali
Hamdard Nagar
New Delhi-110062
     
Divya saighel
New Delhi-110048
divyasehgal15@yahoo.com

Bhuvan verma
0044 753 0137820
bhu1verma@gmail.com


 

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