Industrial Hazardous Waste Management in MSMEs
Industrial Hazardous waste Management (IHWM) constitutes a serious problem in many third world Cities. Most cities do not collect the totality of wastes generated, and of the wastes collected, only a fraction receives proper disposal. The insufficient collection and inappropriate disposal of Industrial wastes represent a source of water, land and air pollution, and pose risks to human health and the environment. Over the next several decades, globalization, rapid urbanization and economic growth in the developing Metro Politian Cities tend to further deteriorate this situation.
- To understand and address the Existing Environmental Problems.
- To familiarize the rules and regulations of Industrial Waste Management and their Impact.
- To Create Public Awareness on Industrial Waste Management.
- To increase the involvement of people and private sector to improve the efficiency of Industrial Waste Management.
- To Encourage NGOs, Mass Media, Local Body Representatives and other Stakeholders about Environmental Issues related to Industrial Waste.
- To Aware people about the Management of Industrial waste.
- To reduce and detoxifying of the Industrial Waste to the Maximum Feasible Extent.
- Better coordination amongst the all response and regulatory agencies.
- More development of community participation.
- Better understanding of process and procedures to the industrial sector in the task of Waste Management.
- Better disposal of Industrial waste among various industrial Communities.
- Better use best management process.
2 days (28-29 Nov 2019)
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
|Industrial Hazardous Waste Management in MSMEs (28-29 Nov 2019).