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A high-profile panel of Indian experts including civic authorities and technology specialists are expected to come together for a ‘National Summit and Exhibition on Water, Waste Water Treatment & Solid Waste Management’ on 29 – 30 September 2015 at Le Meridien, New Delhi.
Organised by Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India Pvt Ltd, the main objective of the Summit is 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.
Wastewater management has become an extremely important area of focus due to increasing industrial and population pressure and growing awareness of its ill effects on health. In India, average availability of water is declining drastically with the country expected to become a water stressed nation by 2020. Fast paced economic development is resounding the need for efficient water and waste management solutions. Moreover, the emergence of a new industry outlook that places emphasis on zero wastage and sustainable manufacturing set-ups have put pressures not only on water requirements but also on water treatment.
The Summit, through its focus on water & waste treatment on day one will take up important topics of real time water quality monitoring as per CPCB directions, microbial treatment of waste water, decentralised waste water management and zero liquid discharge in industries.