What direction should waste management take in metropolitans? What does the future hold in store? Are landfills the answer? Is Waste-to-energy technology still a good bet? Why segregation is the key? These are some of the questions that come to our minds when we discuss waste management in some of the bigger cities of India.
Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), New Delhi is conducting a half day programme in Bengaluru on Solid Waste Management to discuss the scenario of waste management in the country and what should be the agenda for a clean India.
We have been to some of the cleanest cities across the country and have rated them. The system for rating cities was to determine who is the cleanest of them all in terms of solid waste management. It is clear that cities that are segregating their waste have been able to effectively process and treat it and have achieved the status of zero landfill cities. While, some cities are doing - part segregation and part treatment. And then, there are a few cities, that are visibly clean but dumping their waste. We have incorporated all our findings in our book: ‘Not in My Backyard’.
The programme shall discuss the major finding of our book, current status of waste management in India, the new rules, available technologies, municipal finances and expenditure, role of informal sector, CSE’s city survey and the best cities along with agenda for the future.
The programme is ideal for regulators, practitioners, consultants, academicians and NGOs working in solid waste management.
DATE: September 15, 2016
TIMING: 10:00 am to 1:30 pm
VENUE: Ipp Centre, 16th Cross, Vyalikaval, Malleswaram, Bengaluru (opposite Chowdiah Memorial Hall)
No course fee
Limited seats, for registration kindly write to
Swati Singh Sambyal