Industries contribute 30 per cent of the total air pollution in India. Despite this glaring fact, the National Clean Air Programme (NCAP) introduced in December, 2018 is weak on both strategies and scale of the solutions it enlists to combat the emissions from industries. The national programme recognises 132 non-attainment cities that have prepared the clean air action plans to achieve 20-30 percent reduction in particulate pollution by 2024 from the 2017 level. Most of these city action plans lack in-depth analysis of industrial pollution and requisite mitigation measures.
Reflecting on this, CSE is organizing a four days training programme on "NCAP: Developing air quality management plan for industrial areas". The aim of the programme is to build capacity of the participants on methodology of preparing action plan to reduce air pollution from industrial sources to achieve an overall objective of clean air. The course will stress on step by step methodology from identification of issues, to inventorisation of pollution sources, sector specific best practices, role of small and medium scale industries, learning skills to conceive phase-wise action plans using data-points and strategies for its implementation.
LEARNINGS FROM THE PROGRAMME
Industrial Pollution Unit
+ 91 9717870585
|December 13 - 16, 2022|
|Last Date to Aappy|
|December 5, 2022|
|Rs 28, 000/- for single occupancy
Rs 25, 600/- for double occupancy (Course fees entails Lodging, Boarding & Training Kit fee. It does not cover travel cost from your respective location to Delhi and back)
|25% discount on course fees for Industry, Researchers, consultants and academicians
50% discount on course fees for NGOs and students.
|Participants will be awarded Certificates on completion of the Training|
|Who can apply?|
|Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute|
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