The flagship Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) 2.0, with its focus on solid waste management, is being seen as a potential game-changer for India. The mission agenda talks about making India “garbage-free”, with key components like remediation of legacy waste and building infrastructure for treatment, processing, recovery, and recycling of municipal solid waste to divert 80 per cent of it from reaching the landfill by 2026.
Capacity building of city governments, regulators, state urban development authorities, academia, private sector, civil society, start-ups, researchers, consultants and individual practitioners is critical to collectively achieve the mammoth target. The magnitude of the mission creates space for every stakeholder to build an ecosystem for turning waste management services into business models for economic and environmental sustainability, critical for the success of the mission.
Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is offering a tailor-made fourdays residential training programme on integrated solid waste management. The high impact training is designed to provide an end-to-end solution to design and implement a robust system of managing solid waste aligned with the principles of circular economy.
For more details please contact:
Deputy Programme Manager
Solid Waste Management Unit, CSE
Mobile No. 9836448262
|Rs 28000 forIndian participants
US $400 for foreign participants
|Free Registration for Municipal Government/Other Government Officials
* Cost of travel to Delhi and Back for the nominated officials to be borne by the nominating Government Authority
|PARTICIPANTS WILL BE AWARDED A CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION UPON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE PROGRAMME|
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