Residential Training Programme: Developing air quality management plan for industrial areas

There are methods to monitor and assess regional influence of industrial pollution. While the science for such methods needs to be strengthened quickly to support air quality management, it is possible to design action, processes, systems and capacity based on certain best practice approach and cost-effective technologies for effective interventions and improvement. Past studies show that industries contribute about 30 per cent of the total air pollution in India. Apart from the standalone industries, there are more than 4000 industrial parks/estates/clusters in India. The environment management within an industrial area is an uphill task for the regulatory body, industrial corporation or centers and municipal bodies due to the presence of significant number of industries as well as varying raw material requirement, processes and waste streams which emerges from these industries. In addition to it, the infrastructure development within an industrial area also plays an important role in managing the air quality of the region. Accordingly, measures have to be taken to make development of industrial areas more sustainable.

In this regard, CSE is organizing four days training programme on "Developing air quality management plan for industrial areas". The aim of the programme is to build capacity of the participants on methodology to inventorize and further develop strategies to reduce air pollution from industrial sources to achieve an overall objective of clean air. The course will focus on identification of issues, inventorisation of pollution sources, sector specific best practices, role of small and medium scale industries, learning skills to conceive phase-wise action plans for pollution abatement using data-points and strategies for its implementation.


  • Different sources of air pollution from industrial area n Understanding of pollution source inventory and load assessment
  • Designing air quality monitoring network considering meteorology
  • Compliance and enforcement in small and medium scale industries
  • Case studies on Role of technology and cleaner fuels
  • Stakeholder mapping and assigning responsibilities
  • Role of infrastructure in pollution abatement
  • Management of non hazardous industrial waste
  • Preparation of Action Plans for pollution abatement in industrial areas


Shobhit Srivastava
Deputy Programme Manager
Industrial Pollution Unit
Centre for Science & Environment
Mobile: +91-9711049558




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October 10 - 13, 2023
Last Date to Aappy
October 5, 2023
Course Fees
The course offers full scholarship for regulators, policymakers, Industrial development corporations and DICs, civil societies, municipal bodies and government research organizations. Scholarship entails Lodging, Boarding & Training Kit fee. It does not cover travel costs from your respective location to Delhi and back.
Participants will be awarded Certificates on completion of the Training
Who can apply?
This training programme is for regulators, policymakers, civil societies and also for industrial associations/ industries, industrial development corporations or District industries centre, municipal authorities who can showcase their best practices related to air pollution control and industrial waste management. Government research organization
Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute
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