It has been around two years passed when our Prime Minister launched the biggest mission to make India clean and Sanitized. Now it’s time to take a look back and re-strategies’ the waste management plan to achieve Cleaner Greener and Waste free future.
Indian waste has big business potential; it's all set to become a $13 billion industry by 2025. The birth of “Swachh Bharat Mission” or “Clean India Mission” underlines the urgent need of improving waste management scenario in India where public apathy towards proper waste disposal is a major hindrance. This may lead to more opportunities for existing and new players in this market as Indian Government is also looking at public private partnership (PPP) model to tackle waste problem.
Thanks to India's robust economic growth, the country's waste management sector particularly waste-to-energy market is set for rapid development for the years to come. A number of favorable policy incentives and stricter emission regulations have been issued recently and the industry is also showing good signs and prospects for revamping the existing waste incineration facilities.
As always, every coin has two sides. Is India ready for so many to-be-constructed projects? How does India tackle potential environmental risks while accelerating infrastructure development? Are there any proven solutions and know-how for managing unsorted wastes in 2nd & 3rd tier cities? Are there any localized organic waste treatment technologies for domestic restaurant and kitchen wastes? And how do we raise enough capital to underpin that ambitious plan?
With the questions above and even more remaining unanswered, the Waste Management India Summit 2015 is such a timely gathering converging major players across the community to find out localized business models, explore new financing sources, seek optimized treatment technologies, and more importantly, to understand and share the pie.
Waste Management India Summit 2014 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 summit 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. It is an endeavor to create a neutral platform to address, discuss and deliberate issues on reducing and recycling the wastage.
Understanding India's near- and longer-term strategic planning for waste management by studying the latest policies and legislation.
Getting a comparative insight into a variety of energy-from-waste technologies and discerning their viability, cost competitiveness and commercial potential under different circumstances.
Finding out the growth potential and trends in waste incineration, landfill gas-to-energy, waste-to-fuel, flue gas treatment, and environmental monitoring etc from regulatory and commercial viewpoints.
Learning what qualities domestic companies value when they are selecting technology overseas to introduce into India through case studies on proven localised solutions.
Making new and valuable contacts with municipal/provincial policymakers, C-level executives, project managers, engineers, technologists, investors, advisors, analysts, etc.