NEW DELHI: WasTe and SaniTech India 2016, an initiative by UBM India, the nation’s leading exhibition organiser, successfully concluded on 19th August at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The three-day trade expo (17-19 August) was inaugurated by Shri. P.K. Gupta, IAS, Municipal Commissioner, North Delhi Municipal Corporation, Shri. V.K. Madhavan, Chief Executive Water Aid India and Mr. Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, UBM India, amidst an August industry gathering.
– Concludes its First Edition on a High Note
– India’s Most Comprehensive Platform for Waste and Sanitation Industry Supported by MoUD andSBM
Over the course of these three days, the expo brought together India’s waste management, recycling and sanitation fraternity under one roof to showcase their products, technologies and innovations before a highly influential business community. It was an ideal platform for the industry to congregate and discuss industry trends, challenges and market insights, and provided in-depth solutions, that help in proliferating their business.
Empowered by the Ministry of Urban Development ( MoUD ), Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) and Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), WasTe And SaniTech India 2016 was supported by Metal Recycling Association of India (MRAI), Indian Pollution Control Association (IPCA), Indian Bio Gas (IBA) Association, All India Plastics Industries Association (AIPIA), NGO partners – Sulabh International and Toxic Link, Sanitation Partner – WaterAid and Knowledge Partner – The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI) and Associate Partner – 3S India.
Bringing together manufacturers and technology providing companies, the expo had key participating exhibitors including States such as Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra, Municipal corporations such as Swachh Andhra Corporation, Municipal Corporation Delhi- East (MCD) and companies such as MRT Systems, Dhara Groups, Bharti Hygiene, Frontier Polymer, Rashtriya Furnace amongst others. The expo also was a perfect platform for new start-up companies in the domain to showcase their innovations.
The highlights of the expo included two days of power-packed, industry-focused conferences and technical seminars that discussed the challenges being faced and solutions being sought by the industry. The topics of the technical seminars included Municipal Solid Waste Management, Hazardous Waste Management, Plastic Waste Management, e-waste Management, Bio-medical waste Management, and Construction & Debris Waste Management.
The expo also witnessed the launch of two industry reports on ‘Solid Waste to Resource’ and ‘Urban Sanitation in India‘ by The Energy and Resource Institute (TERI) and WaterAid respectively, in association with UBM India.
Speaking on the successful completion of the first edition of WasTe and SaniTech India, Yogesh Mudras, Managing Director, UBM India said, ” In today’s Indian landscape, waste and sanitation services require rapid augmentation amidst generation of colossal municipal, hazardous, e-waste and bio-medical waste. With only 40 per cent of Indians having access to improved sanitation facilities and clean water, waste and sanitation services in India remain meagre leading to significant health costs. UBM India’s objective for launching WasTe and SaniTech India was to highlight these facts and the required novel and practical solutions, based on innovation and technology to align with our Honourable Prime Minister’s vision andthe national flagship programme of the Central government, Swacch Bharat Abhiyan. We would also like to thank the Ministry of Urban Development, and the Swachh Bharat Mission for showing their unstinting support in our endeavour.“
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