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Global Outlook of Industrial Waste Management • Industrial Waste Management : Present Trends & Practices in Asia • Industrial Waste Management Network • Practical Option for Industrial Hazardous & Non-Hazardous Waste Towards Sustainability & Profitability • Industrial Wastes Recycling & Reuse : Where Do We Stand? • Treatment of Industrial Waste Water and The Opportunity to Recycle Effluent • Hazardous Waste Management: Present Trends in India • E-Waste: A Problem or An Opportunity?Issues, Challenges and Solutions • Case Studies and Success Stories of Industrial & Hazardous Waste Management PRIME SUPPORTER Gujarat Pollution Control Board m waansatgeing SUPPORTED BY National Solid Waste Association of India The Gujarat Dyestuffs Manufacturers’ Association Bharuch District Management Association Ahmedabad Textile Processors’ Association Federation of Industries and Associations (Gujarat) Sachin Industrial Co. Op. Society Ltd. Centre for Environment Education CBWTFs Association of IndiaAssociation of Indian System of Medicine Valsad Industrial Waste Management Presently, the country has more than 36,000 waste generating industries, producing approximately 6 million tonnes of wastes per annum. Around 50 per cent of this can be recycled, which is not being done. As per the Frost ; Sullivan Report 2013 – “Analysis of Indian Water and Wastewater Treatment Equipment Market” finds that the market earned revenues of over INR 63. 07 billion in 2011 and estimates this to reach INR 102. 34 billion in 2016.However, despite requirements for pollution control measures, industrial ; hazardous wastes are generally dumped on land or discharged into water bodies without adequate treatment. And thus, it becomes, a large source of environmental pollution and health hazard. According to third draft guidelines for environmentally sound management of electronic waste, top 10 states generate 70% of the total ewaste generated in the country. Sixty-five cities in India generate more than 60% of the total e-waste. While there is no large-scale organised e-waste recycling facility in the country and the entire recycling exists in unorganised sector.The Conference With the overwhelming response from the delegates and industry in the previous three conferences organized since 2010, the 4th National Conference on “Industrial Waste Management 2013” with the theme “Capacity Building and Knowledge Management in Industrial Waste Management” is organized on August 1, 2013 at J. B. Auditorium, Ahmedabad Management Association (AMA), Ahmedabad, jointly with Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) as Prime Supporter. The conference will provide an interactive platform for the discussion of the new developments and research in this field.Who should attend? It will be of great interest to industry, service providers, researchers and government and non-government organizations involved in waste management with following focus and key objectives. The Focus… • Global Outlook of Industrial Waste Management • Industrial Waste Management : Present Trends ; Practices in Asia • Industrial Waste Management Network • Practical Option for Industrial Hazardous ; Non-Hazardous Waste Towards Sustainability ; Profitability • Industrial Wastes Recycling ; Reuse : Where Do We Stand? Treatment of Industrial Waste Water and The Opportunity to Recycle Effluent • Hazardous Waste Management: Present Trends in India • E-Waste: A Problem or An Opportunity? Issues, Challenges and Solutions • Case Studies and Success Stories of Industrial ; Hazardous Waste Management Key Objectives ; Benefits • Discuss the current and future prospects of waste management in India. • Deliberate on policy measures to prevent waste. • Deliberate on new technologies. • Experience sharing of best practices. • 4R Strategies to recycle and recovery of waste. • Great networking opportunities with your peers in the waste and recycling industry. Benefits from presentations, technical papers and case studies. • Awareness of products ; services. • Network with experts, policy makers and key decision makers. • Strategic business alliances. TECHNOLOGY SHOW 2013 WASTE MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY SHOW 2013 will provide a unique opportunity to exhibitors in showcasing their capabilities in terms of new product innovations, developments, emerging technologies etc. before the most appropriate target audience. Exhibition will be open throughout both the days and all the sessions and breaks will occur in a contiguous area to maximize networking and convenience for attendees.June 29, 2012 | J. B. AUDITORIUM, AMA, AHMEDABAD CHANGING WASTE MANAGEMENT PARADIGMS EXPERT SPEAKERS 600 DELEGATES more than 800 EXHIBITION VISITORS around SPEAKERS FROM PREVIOUS CONFERENCE Dr. S. K. Nanda, IAS Principal Secretary, Forests and Environment Department Government of Gujarat, Gandhinagar Dr. Prasad Modak Executive President, Environmental Management Centre LLP, Mumbai Shri I. P. Gautam, IAS Principal Secretary, Urban Development and Urban Housing Department, Government of Gujarat, Gandhinagar Shri Rohit Patel President, Ahmedabad Management Association, Ahmedabad Shri N. M. TabhaniSenior Environment Officer, Gujarat Pollution Control Board, Gandhinagar Shri Rakesh Yadav Associate Director, Resource Optimization Initiative, Bangaluru Smt. Almitra H. Patel Member, Supreme Court Committee for Solid Waste Mgt. , Bangaluru Mr. Job Glas Chief Representative, Netherlands Business Support Office (NBSO), Ahmedabad Shri T. K. Bandopadyay ICPE Secretariat, Indian Centre for Plastic in the Environment (ICPE), Mumbai Prof. M. H. Fulekar Dean, School of Environment ; Sustainable Development, Central Gujarat University, Gandhinagar Shri Shaileshbhai Patwari President, Naroda Enviro Projects Limited (NEPL), AhmedabadShri J. B. Suhag Vice President (Power Plant), Rainbow Paper Ltd, Rajpur Organisers Saket Projects Limited Saket Projects Limited is a multi-disciplinary company involved in creating interactive knowledge based platforms through various activities including publications, conferences as well as exhibitions. The company, over a period of time, has developed strategic strengths and core competencies in the areas of information enhancement and service sector. In the process, it has carved out a niche in the diverse areas of Event Management (Conferences ; Exhibitions), Technical Publications and Energy Management.SAKET designs and develops conferences aimed at specific target audience to provide them strategic and timely information on policy initiatives, enhanced business processes, technologies, networking opportunities, shape of things to come, etc. , understanding the immediate concerns of today’s business executives. With a continued forward thinking approach, the company has successfully organized events on diverse themes at prominent centers in the country with specialization in industry-specific events. Prime Supporting Organization PRIME SUPPORTERGujarat Pollution Control Board The Gujarat Water Pollution Control Board was constituted on October 15, 1974 under the Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act. With the legislation of the Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1981, the Board has taken up the work of air pollution control activities as well. The Board was also renamed as the Gujarat Pollution Control Board in 1985. With the enforcement of Environment (Protection) Act, 1986, the Board has been entrusted with the Central Acts and relevant rules for pollution control as notified thereof from time to time.The Board continues to tackle several critical issues in the field of environment. Though basic functions of the Board is regulatory, it has also been organising various awareness programmes, from time to time, on pollution control with a view to minimize and prevent pollution. The Board continues to make such joint Programmes with concerned government offices, municipal corporations, municipalities, hospitals, villages and educational institutions, Industries Associations, etc. These programmes would continue to supplement the awareness. The same shall be an effective tool in controlling the environmental pollution.GPCB together with the Forest & Environment Department in Government of Gujarat and in co-ordination with other departments of State and Central Government has been playing an affirmative role in tackling the problem related with pollution of air, water and land. Gujarat Pollution Control Board FOR MORE DETAILS, PLEASE CONTACT SAKET HOUSE, PANCHSHEEL, USMANPURA, AHMEDABAD 380013 PHONES : +91-79-27551931, 27551817, 27552873 • FAX: 079-27550452 E-MAIL : [email protected] com • WEB : www. saketevents. com DELEGATE REGISTRATION FORM Date : August 1, 2013 Venue : J. B. AUDITORIUM, AHMEDABAD MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION, AHMEDABAD 1500/- Per Delegate Name : Designation : Organisation : Address : City & Pin : Phones : Fax : Mobile : Email : Please Photocopy this form for multiple registration • Participation Fee is non-refundable, however change in nomination is acceptable. Please find enclosed our DD / Cheque No. Drawn on For ` Dated in favour of ‘Saket Projects Limited’, payable at Ahmedabad. SEND COMPLETED FORM, TOGETHER WITH PAYMENT, TO SAKET HOUSE, PANCHSHEEL, USMANPURA, AHMEDABAD 380013 PHONES : +91-79-27551931, 27551817, 27552873 FAX: 079-27550452 E-MAIL : [email protected] com, [email protected] com WEB : www. saketevents. com

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