CSE organized a webinar to e-release its report- “Sanitary Waste Management in India”. Several sources from the government, relevant literature and cities were accessed and analysed to develop the report. Sector specialists like waste management practitioners, officials from the State and Central Government, Central Pollution Control Board and researchers on sanitary waste management were invited as guest speakers for the webinar.
The session started with a welcome note by Mr. Atin Biswas, Director- Municipal Solid Waste Management (MSW)unit at CSE. He thanked everyone for the overwhelming participation from all the stakeholders, including academia, industry, civil society, and government agencies. He shared with all the panellists and participants the challenges associated with current sanitary waste management practices and how to address them for efficient and effective sanitary waste management system.
Ms. Shailshree Tewari,Programme officer, CSE, presented the key findings of the report, which set the context for the panel discussion.
Key findings of the report:
The session was followed by presentations and discussion from each of the Panellists:
The discussion was then followed by a targeted round of questions and answers moderated by Shailshree Tewari, Programme officer, MSW unit, CSE.In the last session, relevant questions from the participants were directed towards the panellists.
The Programme Director, MSW Unit, CSE, concluded the webinar with a concluding remark and thanked all the panellists and participants for being a part of the webinar.
For further details:
Programme Officer-SWM, CSE
|Release of the Report & Discussion on Key Findings
By: Shailshree Tewari
Programme Officer (MSW)
|Sanitary Waste Management in India: Challenges and Agenda|
Senior Environmental Engineer,
Central Pollution Control Board
Karad Municipal Council, Maharashtra
Aakar Innovations, Maharashtra
Solid Waste Management Unit,
Centre for Science and Environment
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