With industrialization and development, there is a growing concern over the hazardous waste generation. The levels of dangerous wastes continue to grow. Industries and individuals continue to be largely unaware of this major environmental problem. With pitiable landfill management facilities there is a growing concern over the management of hazardous waste.
Centre for Science and Environment recognises this need and has developed a hands-on three-day training programme aimed at giving practical exposure to participants on hazardous waste with specific reference to characterization of hazardous waste, design of landfill, incinerator facilities and hazardous waste manangement.
The programme will cover:
Exposure to the status of hazardous waste in India
Characterization ,recycle and reuse of hazardous waste
Understanding of hazardous waste management governing laws in the country
Better understanding of the environmental and social impacts of hazardous waste
Design of a landfill site, incineration and best practices involved
Good practices involved in the management of hazardous waste
National and international best practices
Date: January 28-30, 2013
Venue: CSE, 41, Tughlakabad Institutional Area, New Delhi -110062
Time: 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM daily
Course fee: Rs 8,000 (For industry, environment consultants and regulators) 25% discounts for NGOs, academicians and students)
Last Date for Applying: January 20, 2013
For Registration kindly contact:firstname.lastname@example.org
NGOs, Regulatory Institutions (such as SPCB, state environment impact assessment authority, Environment Consultants, Students, decision makers and Industries A certificate of participation will be awarded to all at the end of the programme.
Swati Singh Sambyal, Research Associate
Industry & Environment Unit, Centre for Science and Environment Tel: + 91-11-29955124/ 6110, Extension: 281, | Fax: + 91-11-29955879 Mob. No.: +91 9910496283 E-mail:email@example.com
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an important tool to inform decision- makers, regulators and stakeholders, about the possible environmental, social and economic costs of the proposed project. To be effective, it requires the active involvement of all concerned stakeholders.