WASTE MANAGEMENT IN INDIA

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  • Branding and logo promotion (event microsite, banners, e-brochures, social media)
  • Standalone presentation including Q&A (20-minutes) OR opportunity to join a relevant panel discussion
  • 8-10 complimentary logins
  • Email/EDM featuring sponsor logo to attendees and database of key contacts
  • Sharing leads generated and participant list
  • Logo to be branded on the post-event recording of the virtual event
  • Sponsor session to be uploaded for one month for views

 

For sponsorship and delegate registrations, contact:

Priyanka Magoo
Email: priyanka.magoo@indiainfrastructure.co.in
Tel: +91-9560433667

The conference is being organised by India Infrastructure Publishing, a leading provider of information on the infrastructure sectors through magazines, newsletters, reports and conferences. The company publishes Indian Infrastructure, Smart Utilities and Renewable Watch magazines. It also publishes a series of reports on the infrastructure sectors including Water in India, Desalination Market in India, Wastewater Treatment & Reuse Market in India, Sewage Treatment Market in India and Municipal Solid Waste in India. It also publishes Urban Water & Sanitation News (a weekly newsletter) and the Municipal Water & Waste Business Directory & Yearbook.
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For sponsorship and delegate registrations, contact:

Priyanka Magoo
Email: priyanka.magoo@indiainfrastructure.co.in
Tel: +91-9560433667

Companies that have participated in our previous related conferences include: Antony Waste, Aparna Constructions and Estates Pvt. Ltd, AUMA India Private Limited, Avery India, Bangalore International Airport, Bangalore Water Supply & Sewerage Board, BASF India Limited, Black & Veatch, Borouge India, Bosch Limited, C.R.I Pumps Private Limited, Care RATINGS, Chanderpur Works, Citec, Citec Engineering, Consortium for DEWATS Dissemination Society, Creative Entrepreneurs Pvt. Ltd, CRISIL Infrastructure Advisory, CSIR- IGIB, Delhi Jal Board, Delhi State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation, Durgapur Municipal, Durgapur Municipal Corporation, Dyal Singh College, Ecogreen Energy, Encito Advisors, Essel Infra  Etc, Evio Private Limited, Forbes Marshall, Greater Chennai Corporation, Gujarat International Finance Tec-City Company Limited, Haryana PWD (B & R), Haryana PWD (B&R), Ideck, IFC, IIT Delhi, International Finance Corporation, Jackson, Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd, Jash Engineering Limited, JCB, JFE Engineering, JK Cement, JUSCO, Kabadiwalla Connect, Kanpur Municipal Corporation, Keelakarai Town Development Trust, Kishore Pumps Pvt. Ltd, Kohler India Corp. Pvt. Ltd, KSB Pump Ltd, L&T Valves Limited, Mahagenco (MSPG) Mumbai, Maruti, Maruti Suzuki, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Ministry of Urban Development, Mitsibushi Hitachi Power, Municipal Corporation Dharamshala, Nagar, Nagar Nigam Ghaziabad, Nagar Palika Nigam Ujjain, Nagar Palika Parishad Kannauj, Nagar Palika Parishad Mathura, National Mission For Clean Ganga , NDMC, New Delhi Municipal Corporation, NJS Consultants Co. Ltd, NTPC Limited, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd, Organica Water Pvt. Ltd, Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation, Praj Industries Limited, Pricewaterhousecoopers, Pune Municipal Corporation, Punjab Pollution Control Board, Rajkot Municipal Corporation, Ramboll, Rex Polyextrusion Pvt. Ltd, Sagar Municipal, Sagar Municipal Corporation, Schwing Stetter (India) Private Limited, SFC Environmental Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Shah Technical Consultants Pvt. Ltd, Shubham Acqualink (India) Pvt. Ltd, Siemens, SMS Envocare, SMS Envocare Limited, SMS Infrastructure Limited, Sterling & Wilson, TATA Projects Limited, Tata Services Limited, Technofab, Technofab Engineering Limited, Terpl India, Thane Municipal Corporation, The World Bank, Tirupati, Tirupati Municipal Corporation, Town and Country Planning Organisation Ministry of Urban Development, Tractors India Private Limited, UP Jal Nigam, VA Tech Wabag Ltd, Venkraft Paper Mills, Vishvaraj Infrastructure Ltd, Voltas Limited, Waterhealth India Pvt. Ltd, WILO Mather and Platt Pumps Pvt. Ltd, National Institute of Urban Affairs, Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation, Antony Waste, Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd, Mcelroy Sales and Service India Private Limited, University of Delhi, Wipro Enterprises Pvt. Ltd (Wipro Water), Agra Municipal Corporation, Corporation, Energy, Engineering, Finance Corporation, MOWR, Municipal Corporation, Palika Parishad Mathura, Pricewaterhousecoopers, Suzuki, etc.
  • The waste sector has experienced greater penetration of information technology in management practices over the past few years. Urban local bodies (ULBs) have deployed new technologies such as smart bins, GPS-trackers for garbage pickup trucks, sensors, flow meters and SCADA control systems for better asset management and service delivery. Bigger cities such as Delhi, Ahmedabad, Pune, Chennai, Hyderabad and Bengaluru have successfully deployed smart waste management infrastructure. Meanwhile, smaller cities such as Indore, Bhopal and Surat have also started to show rapid improvements in waste management parameters.
  • Industrial units too are shifting to advanced membrane-based technologies to improve effluent treatment capabilities, reduce dependence on freshwater resources, and manage operational costs.
  • Further, greater emphasis is being laid on door-to-door waste collection, waste segregation at source, decentralised wastewater treatment, waste-to-energy (WtE), and recycle and reuse of waste. Increased private sector participation in O&M, transportation and treatment has resulted in better efficiency in operations and reduction in revenue losses. New projects and capacities are also being added under various government programmes.
  • The waste sector is gradually moving towards automation. More advanced technologies such as internet of things, big data, artificial intelligence and machine learning are set to reduce human interference in operations and asset management.
  • Going forward, waste generation levels are expected to more than double to 165 million tonnes by 2030. Also, the volume of liquid waste generation will reach 100 billion litres per day by 2030. To cater to this growth in waste generation, huge investments will be required for scaling up infrastructure, improving ULB capacity and service delivery, asset maintenance, technology penetration and automation. While the sector is seeing some improvement, the pace of change needs to be accelerated. To bring about a major shift, there is a need to address issues such as the inadequate waste collection and segregation, financial constraints, shortage of skilled manpower, lack of proper planning by the authorities, poor enforcement of rules and low awareness among citizens.
  • The mission of this conference is to examine the state of waste management in India, analyse new and emerging needs, discuss the role of digitalisation and automation, and highlight the near and medium-term outlook and opportunities in the waste management sector. The conference will provide a platform to showcase recent advancements and innovations in technology and equipment.

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TRENDS, DEVELOPMENTS AND OUTLOOK

  • What are the notable trends and developments in the waste generation, collection, treatment and disposal segments?
  • What have been the key policy and regulatory developments and what is their expected impact on the sector?
  • What are the most pressing issues and challenges?
  • What is the outlook for the next two to three years?

ULB PERSPECTIVE: CURRENT STATE, NEW INITIATIVES, OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

  • What is the current state of waste management services in your city?
  • What are the recent initiatives and noteworthy projects?
  • What are the specific issues and challenges?
  • What will be the new and emerging requirements of utilities in the next two to three years?

GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES: EXPERIENCE, PROGRESS, NEW PROJECTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

  • What are the key initiatives being taken by the government for waste management?
  • What has been the progress so far on the Smart Cities Mission and the Swachh Bharat programme?
  • What have been the key regulatory developments and what is their expected impact on the sector?
  • What are the future targets and upcoming opportunities?

PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION: EXPERIENCE SO FAR & FUTURE POTENTIAL

  • What has been the private sector experience in the waste management sector?
  • What are some of the successful PPP projects? What have been the learnings and the experience so far?
  • What are the issues and challenges faced by private players? What more needs to be done to address these?
  • What is the future outlook for private players in the sector?

FINANCING SCENARIO: FOCUS ON NEW FUNDING OPTIONS AND COST RECOVERY

  • What are the new funding options available for waste management projects (private equity, debt financing and green funds)?
  • What are the sources of revenues/returns?
  • What are the cost recoveries expected through the sale of by-products?

FOCUS ON MSW MANAGEMENT: NOTABLE TRENDS, SMART TECHNOLOGIES AND OPPORTUNITIES
COLLECTION AND TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE

  • What is the state of the waste collection and transportation infrastructure in Indian cities?
  • What are the new technologies and smart solutions being deployed? What are the specific issues and challenges?
  • What are the upcoming projects and opportunities?

PROCESSING AND TREATMENT INFRASTRUCTURE

  • What is the state of the waste processing and treatment infrastructure in Indian cities?
  • What are the new technologies and smart solutions being deployed? What are the specific issues and challenges?
  • What are the upcoming projects and opportunities?

DISPOSAL AND RESOURCE RECYCLING (3R) PRACTICES

  • What are the current practices for waste disposal and recycling in Indian cities (scientific landfill, 3R, etc.)?
  • What are the smart solutions and technologies for waste disposal and recycling? What are the specific issues and challenges?
  • What are the upcoming projects and opportunities?

FOCUS ON WASTE TO ENERGY AND GREEN FUELS

  • What is the installed WtE capacity in India? What are some of the noteworthy projects and technologies in the WtE space?
  • What has been the experience so far with the conversion of waste into green fuel in India (bio-CNG, bio-diesel, etc.)?
  • What are the upcoming projects and opportunities?

SPOTLIGHT ON BIOMEDICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT

  • What has been the trend in biomedical waste generation in the past few years?
  • What are the collection, treatment and disposal practices being followed by Indian cities?
  • What role can technology and IT solutions play in effective biomedical waste management?

IOT APPLICATIONS IN WASTE MANAGEMENT

  • What are the new and emerging requirements for IoT-based solutions?
  • What has been the trend in the uptake of such solutions across the waste management segments?
  • What are the potential strategies for the adoption of this technology?

FOCUS ON WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT: NOTABLE TRENDS, TECHNOLOGIES AND OPPORTUNITIES
SEWERAGE NETWORKS AND COLLECTION INFRASTRUCTURE

  • What is the state of the sewage collection infrastructure in Indian cities?
  • What are the new technologies and smart solutions being deployed? What are the specific issues and challenges?
  • What are the upcoming projects and opportunities?

FOCUS ON TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES AND DECENTRALISED FACILITIES

  • What are the prevalent wastewater treatment technologies? Which technologies have been more successful (in terms of cost effectiveness, footprint, plant performance, quality of treatment, etc.)?
  • What are the key benefits of setting up decentralised wastewater treatment facilities? What are some of the noteworthy projects?
  • What are the specific issues and challenges in technology implementation?

OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE PRACTICES

  • What is the role of IT and automation systems in the O&M of wastewater assets?
  • What are the most promising technologies/solutions (GIS, SCADA, sensors,flow meters, etc.)?
  • How has the role of the private sector evolved in this space? What has been the experience and what are the specific concerns?

INDUSTRIAL EFFLUENT MANAGEMENT: CURRENT PRACTICES, NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND CHALLENGES

  • What are the current industrial effluent management practices of key waterconsuming industries?
  • What are the new technologies and smart solutions being deployed (zero liquid discharge, recycle and reuse, etc.)?
  • What have been the key regulatory developments in this space and what is their expected impact on the segment?
  • What are the specific issues and challenges?

TOWARDS DIGITALISATION AND AUTOMATION: ASSET MANAGEMENT AND REMOTE MONITORING (GIS, SCADA, FLOW METERS, SENSORS, AI, ETC.)

  • What are the specific applications of next-generation technologies such as robotics, AI and ML in the automation of waste management practices?
  • What are the specific trends in the use of SCADA, GIS and RMS in the waste management sector?
  • What are the new enhancements offered by vendors?
  • What are the next steps for the complete automation of operations?

EMERGING EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS (GARBAGE TRUCKS, DUMPERS, PUMPS, VALVES, SMART METERS, PIPES, ETC.)

  • What are the emerging trends and advancements in the equipment segment?
  • How is the industry gearing up to meet the emerging equipment requirements for waste/wastewater collection, transportation and treatment?
  • What are the biggest issues and challenges?

The conference is targeted at:

  • ULB’s/ Municipalities
  •  Industrial and Municipal Waste Management companies
  • Wastewater companies
  • Effluent Treatment companies
  • Waste collection companies
  • Waste sorting, recycling and service companies
  • Waste transportation companies
  • Waste storage and handling companies
  • certification and Inspection companies
  • Policymakers and Regulators
  • Equipment Manufacturers
  • Public health departments
  • Technology companies
  • Financial Institutions
  • Facility management companies
  • Government agencies
  • Consulting organisations
  • State Infrastructure development companies
  • Environment consulting and solution firms
  • Pollution control boards (state and central)
  • Research and development organisations
  • Sewage Treatment Plants
  • Private Equities

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Event Schedule Details

  • February 10, 2022 (Thursday) - February 11, 2022 (Friday)
    10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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