What: National Summit and Exhibition on Water, Waste Water Treatment & Solid Waste Management
Where: Le meridian, New delhi
When: 29-30 September
Why: The Summit aims to push the debate over sustainability into the corporate arena and convince private and government authorities that adoption of green technologies and long-term sustainable strategies are fundamental to economic growth. A speaker panel comprising of top officials from Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), Ministry of Urban Development, Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Ministry of Water Resources and Ganga Rejuvenation, Delhi Jal Board among other government and environment bodies will address vital issues aimed at mitigating India’s waste and wastewater concerns. Alongside the summit, a line-up of green technology companies will draw attention to some of the latest developments and scalable solutions in the waste, water and renewable energy sectors.
Over the two days, the Summit is also expected to provide an overview of the Indian Government’s recent environment-focused schemes including the Clean Ganga project, Swachh Bharat mission and urban solid waste management programmes. Indian technology companies such as Annapurna Imports, Aruna Green Ventures Pvt Ltd, DVS Biolife, GEIST Research Pvt Ltd, High Performance Products Industries Pvt Ltd, Nevco Engineers Pvt Ltd, Rostfrei Steels Pvt Ltd are some of the companies that will be showcasing cost-effective sustainable solutions at the concurrent environment expositions at the venue. Among other exhibitors, Central Pollution Control Board and Delhi Jal Board will also be present to discuss solutions for waste and wastewater management for Indian companies.
Organized by: Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India Pvt Ltd, the event is part of Messe Frankfurt’s portfolio of environment technology fairs and is being supported by Central Pollution Control Board, UN Habitat, the Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), International Institute Of Waste Management, Waste-to-Energy Research and Technology Council India, National Small Industries Corporation, International Institute for Sustainable Development, Carbon Minus India, Society of Energy Engineers Managers India, National Solid Waste Association of India as well as East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC), Municipal Corporation Kanpur and Municipal Corporation Ludhiana.
More more information, visit: www.wwc-india.in