One Day Interactive Program on Waste to Energy –A Solution for Waste Management on 03 November, 2017 at NPC, New Delhi

   

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1.  Background of NPC & IEDCL

 

National Productivity Council (NPC) is an autonomous, multipartite, non-profit and a national level organization established by the Ministry of Industry, Government of India to promote productivity culture in India. NPC is assisting the Central and State Governments, local bodies and other organizations through taking various project assignments, training programs for improving the quality and efficiency of public services, including issues and concerns relating to quality, environment, energy, HRD, integrated rural development etc.NPC is conducting several training programs and workshops to meet the urgent and long term needs and objectives of the various govt. schemes in the developmental sector.

NPC and IL&FS Energy Development Company Development Company Ltd. (IEDCL) who has significant experience in project development of Power sector projects including Waste to Energy projects has joined hands to take up its various initiative in energy efficiency and energy sectors.

NPC and IEDCL with its objective of association to work jointly in various assignments including conducting of training programs and workshops to meet the urgent and long term needs and objectives of the various govt. development schemes and to proceed further is proposing one day workshop on Waste to Energy– A Solution for Waste Management that can be implemented in development of smart cities under Smart City Mission.

 

   2.  About the Workshop Program

 

All human activities involves creation of waste and the ways that waste is being handled, stored, collected and disposed is posing risks to the environment and to public health. Final disposal of municipal solid waste (MSW) in developing countries is usually a matter of transporting the collected waste to the nearest available designated space for disposal. Currently, more than 70% of MSW is disposed of in dump yards in an unhygienic manner leading to health problems & environmental degradation. However, these practices are being challenged due to the limited natural resources and limited carrying capacity of the environment, ultimately posing a threat to human health.

Municipal Waste Management in India is being regulated by “Solid Waste Management Rules 2016′. These rules stipulate that all urban local bodies and bulk generators are responsible for proper collection, storage, transportation, processing and disposal of the municipal wastes. Only the residual inert after due processing of waste are to be disposed of into a sanitary landfill in accordance with these rules. The rules advocate use of composting, bio-methanation, Refused Derived Fuel (RDF), pelletization with or without energy recovery and other thermal processes for adoption as processing techniques for municipal wastes.

The developing country like India, with its high economic growth and rapid urbanization, requires immediate solutions to the problems of management of MSW towards achieving the goal under Swachh Bharat Mission and Smart City Mission of Govt. of India. Various technologies available for MSW management and Waste-to-Energy can be a viable solution for the overgrowing problem in reducing the solid waste disposal quantum for urban areas generating larger quantity of solid waste.

The proposed workshop would provide a platform for all stakeholders such as academic institutions, city municipal authorities and planners, consultants and representatives from urban local bodies who are advising and involved in development of smart cities under Smart City Mission and Swachh Bharat Mission of Govt. of India to deliberate and enhance the knowledge on various key issues such as rules & regulations, sustainable solid waste management practices, energy recovery through waste to energy and sustainable implementation model that can be practiced in the development of smart cities.

 

   3. Objective and Theme of the Workshop

Objective and theme of the workshop is knowledge sharing on the following key topics:

      • Solid Waste management: current approaches, gaps and solutions

     • Policies, Rules and Regulations on MSW Management covering Swachh Bharat Mission and Smart City Mission

     • Waste to Energy Technologies

     • Financial aspects and Project Implementation Models

     • Waste To Energy Project Implementation Challenges

     • Project Experience sharing with Case studies

 

     4. Target Participants

All stakeholders such as academic institutions, city municipal authorities and planners, consultant and advisors of representatives from urban local bodies, who are involved in waste management aspects in development of smart cities under Smart City Mission and Swachh Bharat Mission of Govt. of India.

 
    5. Participation Benefit

Development of sustainable energy recovery from MSW with appropriate technology for MSW Management for Smart City & Clean India concept. Workshop will provide a platform for Knowledge-Sharing that can be practiced in the development of smart cities.

 

   6.  Workshop Program Date, venue details, and nomination fee

Workshop program outline, date and venue details are provided herewith.

 

Workshop Program Outline

 

Workshop Title: Waste to Energy –A Solution for Waste Management
Date: November 03, 2017 (Friday)
Time: 10:15 am to 4:30 pm
Venue:

 

National Productivity Council

Utpadakta Bhawan

5-6 Institutional Area, Lodi Road

New Delhi – 110 003

 

The topics to be covered during the workshop program are:

 

     •  Solid Waste Management: current approaches, gaps and solutions

     •  Policies, Rules and Regulations on MSW Management covering Swachh Bharat Mission and         Smart City Mission

     •  Waste to Energy Technologies

     • Financial aspects and Project Implementation Models

     • Waste To Energy Project- Implementation Challenges

     • Project Experience sharing with Case studies

 

Nomination Fee:

 

Fee is Rs 2500 + 18 % GST per participant. Please bring cheque in favour of “National Productivity Council” payable at New Delhi. As seats are limited, a pre registration is necessary to confirm your nomination. The nomination/s can be sent to nikita@npcindia.gov.in; shukla.pal@npcindia.gov.in Tel: 011-24607310/325