A Crade-to-Cradle approach with focus on construction management and dust control
Dates: April 11 - 14, 2023
Last date to apply: March 30, 2023
Venue: Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute, Nimli (Near Alwar), Rajasthan
The current construction chain including construction and demolition (C&D) waste management, site management for dust control, planning and development of related infrastructure among others in most cities is resource-inefficient and environmentally insensitive. As per latest source apportionment studies, dust potential of the construction sector and other associated sources was responsible for up to 41 per cent of PM10 generation in Delhi.
To curb these environmental impacts, the environment ministry issued several guidelines for dust control from C&D activities. C&D waste management rules 2016 were also notified. However, as per CSE's assessment, implementation of these and earlier regulatory interventions has been very weak. The problem is not limited to Delhi – it can be witnessed across the different cities enlisted under Swatch Bharat Mission 2.0 and the non-attainment cities (NAC), in India. In extreme circumstances, banning construction activities altogether for extended periods of time has emerged as a measure, which has a severe economic impact. A combination of actions to green the entire C&D waste chain is the need of the hour.
CSE invites applications for an on-site course on this critical subject. The course aims to equip construction managers /developers and urban local bodies (ULBs) with the necessary technical know how for efficient C&D waste management and dust mitigation, both at the city and site levels. Areas ranging from regulatory frameworks to planning for infrastructure to progress reporting protocols as required under the National Clean Air programme (NCAP) and other monitoring frameworks for these cities will be covered in the training.
Harikrishnan C U
Sustainable Buildings and Habitat Programme, CSE,
Sustainable Buildings and Habitat Programme, CSE
|Rs 28,000 (sponsorships and discounts available subject to satisfactory fulfilment of application form *|
|Who Can Apply|
|Officials from urban local bodies and other government departments, pollution control officials, regulators, architects, engineers, planners, builders/developers, site managers, students and researchers.|
|Course fee includes tuition fee, external expert lecture sessions, training materials, Boarding and lodging, Transport from New Delhi to AAETI and back.|
|Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute|
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