New Insights Into Waste Management at the Inaugural Seminar in Mumbai
Waste Management and Conversion of Waste to Energy
MUMBAI, April 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Every year there is an estimated 30 million tons of solid waste and 4,400 million cubic meters of liquid waste generated in urban areas of India alone. With such an enormous amount of waste generated in the country, there lie tremendous opportunities for efficient waste management and conversion of this waste to energy.
UBM India has organised its inaugural Waste Management India - a one day seminar on Wednesday, 25 April 2012, at the VITS Hotel in Mumbai which will bring together policy makers, regulators and heads of waste management, power and renewable energy to address the challenges and opportunities around waste management.
With more and more companies going green, waste management is one of the most effective ways to ensure that your green strategy is perfectly aligned to the environmental and the business cause.
This one of a kind seminar on how to carry out effective waste management and maximise your conversion of waste to energy will be led by leading experts from Ramky Group, National Environment Engineering Research Institute (NEERI), GIZ (Indo-German bilateral agency) amongst others. This interactive seminar will address business critical challenges surrounding MSW, solid waste, water recycling, conversion of waste to energy and the potential for the monetisation of waste. Visit www.wastemanagement-india.com for more information.
About UBM India:
UBM India is a subsidiary of UBM plc, which is the second largest independent exhibition organiser in the world. It is the largest trade exhibition organiser in India, responsible for 26 exhibitions in different locations across the country. The company is also involved in the organisation of conference programmes throughout India and in the publications of trade journals and magazines. For further details please visit the UBM India website, http://www.ubmindia.in.
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