In October 2016, National Green Tribunal, organized a regional conference in Chennai to address India’s environmental and waste management issues. The conference was a first of its kind initiated by some of the top environmental experts and judges in the country. The two-day conference was jointly organized by the United Nations Environment Programme, TN Dr. Ambedkar University and Southern State Pollution Control Boards.
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The overall goal or aim of the event was to standardize the environmental laws by organizing the executive and regulatory bodies to achieve sustainable development. Amongst the attendees of the conference were Supreme Court judges NV Ramana and Justice R Banumathi. They encouraged activists and other experts to turn to the courts for justice as it is important to understand the need for accountability of experts in such situations. A presentation presented by Vellore C Srinivasan, founder of Indian Green Service caught the eye of many who were present at the conference. In his presentation, Srinivasan threw light on the subject by saying that before worrying about how waste can be disposed, it is important to realize that waste if disposed of immediately, can solve most of the problems when it comes to waste management in the current scenario. Mr. Srinivasan also enlightened the attendees by pointing out that if garbage is collected in the first six hours, it can be used for compost. Public servants also play an important role when it comes to waste management systems. The rise in industries has led to dumping of large quantities of harmful garbage leading to hazardous environmental effects such as global warming. The overall aim of the conference was to promote awareness related to domestic and industrial waste management systems and to look for solutions to address the problem.
The world’s first International Fair for Industrial Waste Recycling and Recovering “REVADE” was held during 5-8 October, 2016 at Exhibition Palace in Algiers. The theme of the event was “The Economic Issues of Industrial Waste Recycling.” The International fair was organized by Algerian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CACI) along with National Waste Industry (AND), and GIZ. The event was dedicated to the problems in industrial waste processing, which amounts to 2.5 million tons per year. The fair will offer a platform to establish contacts with supplier’s solutions and individuals looking for solutions to solve the problem related to industrial waste manage. The fair will cover topics such as collection, the transport and transformation of water, management of sorting centers, treatment of waste water and industrial waste management systems.
In October 2016, Eco Sustainable Solutions announced that the company is planning to move forward with its plan to construct two Energy from Waste (EfW) plants in Christchurch, Dorset. The company will rope in £5 million for the construction of the power plant. The construction is underway and is expected to be complete by March 2017. The new plant will burn oversize materials—around 10,000 tons annually. The second plant is larger and the estimated cost of the project is around £200 million. With the construction of the two plants, the company aims to tackle its industrial waste in an efficient way without harming the environment.
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