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Solid Waste Management

Business Delegtion to IFAT India 12-16 October, 2015

Growth market with potential

India is one of the most populated countries in the world. As one of the rapidly developing countries it is also the source of a humongous amount of waste per annum, be it the municipal solid waste, hazardous waste, biomedical waste or e-waste. Segregation at source, collection, transportation, treatment and scientific disposal of waste is largely insufficient leading to degradation of environment and poor quality of life.

Indus media together with its partners such as (NSWAI) National Solid Waste Association of India, GIZ India, IFAT India and RETech German Partnership has organised the business delegation to IFAT India with the aims at providing small and medium sized companies with a substantial overview of the Urban Solid waste management market, business opportunities and incentive programmes in India.

Municipal Solid Waste Growth Trend In Urban India

Source: Central Pollution Control Board

We look forward to
• Promoting member cooperation, exchange of information and experience
• Innovation and knowledge transfer in recycling and efficiency technology

Travel programme and plan

12.10.2015 - Monday Departure from Germany
13.10.2015 - Tuesday Visit to IFAT India, Personalised One2One meetings with Indian companies
14.10.2015 - Wednesday        Participation in workshop on MSWM at IFAT incl. briefing and meeting with Indian companies &
Municipal Corporations
15.10.2015- Thursday

Interactive Session with Maharashtra Pollution control board / Municipal Corporations
15.10.2015 - Thursday Site Visit to Navi Mumbai Solid Waste Management Facility
16.10.2015 - Friday Discover Mumbai - Fly back to Germany

The aim of the workshop
Comprehensive detailed overview on the Solid waste Management Market in India
Appraise the international industry participants about the present situation with the focus on
Clean India Mission.
Present partnership and investment opportunities in the India SWM sector
Guided Tours for the International partners to specific sites around Mumbai 

14.10.2015
        
Topic of the Workshop
16.00-17.30       Government Regulations and Initiatives 
Ms. Sanchita Jindal,  Director, Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India 
  Municipal Solid Waste Management in India - learnings from GIZ experience
Mrs. Vaishali Nandan, Senior Advisor, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit
(GIZ) GmbH
  Current state of the waste management sector, technologies used, growth and the scope of development in this sector
Dr. Amiya Kumar Sahu, President,(NSWAI)National Solid Waste Association of India 
  Partnership & cooperation models in MSWM sector. Investment & PPP models for foreign companies
Mr. M. Goutham Reddy, Managing Director & CEO, Ramky Enviro Engineers Limited (REEL) 
 

Experiences, risks, challenges and growth opportunities in Indian solid waste management sector
Mr. Nikolas Wolf, Area Sales and Project Manager, Asia and Australia, Sorting Recycling
Sesotec GmbH

17.30-18.30  Question & Answer Session - Networking


Contact person: Mr. Brijesh Patel, Director, Indus Media
Telephone: 0049 (030) 51301410
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For detailed information and program overview, please review the link attached below

Solid Waste Management

Post Delegation Report 2015 - Small step in the right direction

Delegation Brochure & Company Profiles

AMRUT Mission & Guidelines

Solid Waste Management Guidelines Rules 2015

Municipal Solid Waste Management Manual

IFAT India Exhibitors