Waste to Resource 2013
India has aggressive renewable energy targets and industry energy efficiency policies, but faces significant infrastructure challenges, which may derail otherwise good policy. India is growing rapidly and represented 8% of the increase in global energy-related CO₂ emissions between 2000 and 2010.
Rapid economic growth is leading to urbanization and industrialization generating waste which is adversely effecting the environment and to address the same problem of waste management in the country RADEECAL COMMUNICATIONS is now organizing a two day Conference and Exhibition, WTR India 2013 -Waste to Resource, during 18th - 19th December, 2013 at Hotel The Leela, Mumbai. The Conference is intended for a wide circle of waste industry professionals and experts from educational, research and development institutions; municipal and governmental agencies; technology and equipment vendors. Attending this conference and exhibition will enable the participants to update their knowledge and share innovative approaches in the field of municipal solid waste processing and disposal, Waste Water Treatment & Pollution Control, Water Disposal, Recycling, Energy Technology, Renewable Energy, Waste to Energy, Water Disposal, Hazardous Waste, Non-Biodegradable waste, Sewage Treatment Plants (STP), Organic Waste and E waste, Mechanical-biological waste treatment and to advise efficient solutions for emerging countries. This Conference is an endeavor to create a neutral platform to address, discuss and deliberate issues on reducing and recycling the wastage.
Waste 2 Resources Program will help to figure out what can be done to reduce waste and safely manage what remains because if not managed wisely, it can lead to environmental pollution, and pose a threat to human health. For the same National and International stake holders including Designers, Facility Owners, Operators, Technical Consultants, Finance Companies, Researchers, Municipal Corporations and Policy Makers from the Ministries of State and Central Governments are expected to participate.