Two day Workshop On Air Pollution Control Technologies for MSMEs


Deterioration in air quality due to pollution is a pertinent global problem. Reducing industrial emissions so as to minimize its environmental & health effects is a major concern in developing economy like India. Many Industries in India are inadequately equipped with Pollution Control Measures. There are a number of Air Pollution Control and Monitoring Technologies available in the market, but it is difficult to make decisions in choosing the most suitable technologies, especially due to absence of comparative assessments, expert’s opinions and lack of knowledge on efficient latest technologies. Many large polluting industries have some Pollution Control Plants installed already but could not be used properly either for deficiency in equipment design or deficiency in the system design or both. The System Design plays the most important role in the performance of the Air Pollution Control Plants. Wrongly designed systems never improve the environmental conditions, even if we use highly efficient collecting equipment. Therefore, Improvisation and innovative ideas for air pollution prevention control & monitoring are the requirements of the day. With proper know-how it is possible to improve the performance of the existing plants through minor modifications of equipment or the systems or both.

Target Audience

Professionals dealing in Air Pollution Control from Industries, Air Pollution Control Consultancies, Air Pollution Control Technology Suppliers, Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEMS) Suppliers and Manufacturers, Central and State Pollution Control Boards, Government Ministries/Organization, Research Scholars, Students, and Commercial Buildings, Infrastructural Projects, R&D and Academic Institutions and Large/Medium/SSI like:
Cement,Chemical Plants,Thermal Power Plants,Oil Refineries,Petrochemical Plants,Pharmaceutical,Aluminum Plants,Foundries,Iron & Steel,Dye Industry,Sulphuric Acid Plant,Smelting Units,Rayon Industry,Fertilizer, Pulp & Paper,Pesticides Industry,Rice Mills,Metallurgy,Mining,Textiles,Sugar,Stone Crusher Plant. etc.


  • Better coordination amongst the all response and regulatory agencies.
  • More development of industrial community participation.
  • Better understanding of process and procedures to the industrial sector in the task of Air Pollution control and prevention.
  • Better practices of APCD,s among various industrial Communities.
  • Better use Advanced Equipment Pollution control Devices.


2 days


Rs. 3000/- (Residential)
Rs. 2000/- (Non-Residential) (18% GST as applicable).
The fee covers cost of tuition, reading material, boarding and lodging. It does not cover travel costs of participants. Fee once paid shall not be refunded. However, a substitute may be permitted.

For further details contact:

Mr.J. Koteswara Rao
Associate Faculty Member
School of Enterprise Development
Tel: 040-23633220