Rajasthan covers around 25 percent of the National Regional Capital. Thus, the state is strategically located which has helped in the development of a significant number of industries. There are about 350 industrial parks/estates/clusters in the state and more than 40,000 units in production. The environment management within an industrial area is an uphill task for the regulatory body and accordingly, measures have to be taken to make development of industrial areas more sustainable.
The state of Rajasthan has several key industries including auto components, cement, thermal power plants, agro based industries, chemicals, mineral grinding, stone cutting and crushers, ceramics etc. The industrial sectors include both air polluting as well as fugitive dust emitting industries which is an important reason for seven cities to come under non-attainment category in the state.
In this regard, CSE is organizing a four days training programme on “Developing air quality management plan for industrial areas” for stakeholders of Rajasthan. The aim of the programme is to build capacity of the participants in working on improving the air quality of non-attainment as well as other cities of the state.
LEARNING FROM THE PROGRAMME
FOR REGISTRATION, PLEASE SEND AN EMAIL TO THE COURSE COORDINATOR
Deputy Programme Manager
Industrial Pollution Unit,Centre for Science & Environment
Industrial Pollution Unit
+ 91 9717870585
|Who can apply?|
|This training programme is specific for stakeholders of Rajasthan state including regulators, policymakers, civil societies, RIICO and also for industrial associations/industries.|
|The course offers full scholarship for regulators, Industrial development corporations and District Industries Centres (DICs), civil societies of the state. Scholarship entails Lodging, Boarding & Training Kit fee. It does not cover travel cost from your respective location to Delhi and back.|
|Participants will be awarded Certificates on completion of the Training Programme|