• Bio Medical Waste Management
    , Haldwani. According to Bio Medical Waste (Management and Handling )Rules 1998 of India "Bio-medical waste" means any waste, which is generated during the diagnosis, treatment or immunisation of human beings or animals or in research activities pertaining thereto or in the production or testing of...
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  • Biomedical Waste Management
    67.5% waste originated from wards, 13.4 % from OPD and 19.1 % from the service area. Waste management is generally not given the importance it deserves, because the intrinsic value of the waste materials as an object of further utility has not been recognized. The net result is that a hospital...
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  • Green Sez
    Waste management  Energy optimization  Socio Economic Factors  Materials Ar. Pallavi Chitnis/ M.Arch III Sem/ BNCA, Pune 9 Green Special Economic Zones in India 2012 4.2 Indicator based analysis of parameters On the basis of above parameters, various environmental indicators are developed...
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  • Should India Go Nuclear?
    its adverse environmental impact. Compared to 35 tonnes of spent fuel discharged annually as waste by a 100 MW nuclear plant, a similar capacity coal plant annually emits 6.5 million tonnes of carbon dioxide alone. Will India increase its contribution to the world’s carbon dioxide emission? With...
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  • Bangalore City Development Study
    on the importance of MSWM - Willing to participate in MSWM activities Risk Medium Low Low Low Low Stakeholder Households Shops/Commercial /Office Establishments Waste Collectors / Waste pickers Industrialists Hospitals Integrated Sustainable Waste Management in Bangalore, India Lessons learnt...
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  • Waste Treatment
    Municipal Corporation (SMC) and the seminar would therefore offer an opportunity to delegates and other urban local bodies to incorporate learning from work done in this city. Underscoring the importance of change required in waste management sector, Mr. Gautam said that it was necessary to discard...
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  • Hospital Waste Management
    importance of collecting and disposing the existing plastic products that are in circulation. This is applicable for the hospital waste management as well. Hence it is imperative to focus and understand the procedures used for hospital waste management. Functions The hospital waste...
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  • Sustainable Hospitality Management
    and 2003. India and Canada are developing sustainable hospitality by conserving energy, Waste Management, water conservation, controlling Green house gas emission. According to Earnst and young (2008), Almost a third of India’s energy and water usage is consumed by commercial buildings, including...
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  • overview of business goals of pepsico
    initiatives of recharging, replenishing & reusing water. 2. PepsiCo Solid Waste Management Programme PepsiCo India continues to strengthen its Solid Waste Management initiatives in partnership with Exnora, an environmental NGO. This award winning, income generating partnership provides a clean...
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  • Segragation
    Hospital waste management system — a case study of a south Indian city 1. P. Hanumantha Rao 1. Health Studies Area, Administrative Staff College of India, Bella Vista, Khairatabad, Hyderabad, India, drphrao@asci.org.in Abstract It is more than 5 years since the prescribed deadline, 30...
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  • Waste Management
    carried out by various agencies show that the health care establishments in India are not giving due attention to their waste management. After the notification of the Bio-medical Waste (Handling and Management) Rules, 1998, these establishments are slowly streamlining the process of waste...
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  • Group 1 Syllabus
    national and international importance. 3. History of India – emphasis will be on broad general understanding of the subject in its social, economic, cultural and political aspects with a focus on AP Indian National Movement. 4. World Geography and Geography of India with a focus on AP. 5. Indian polity and...
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  • Tybms
    institute 26. mutual fund 27. Privatization – insurance, road, ports etc. 28. waste management 29. trade union movement in India 30. labour welfare scheme  31. working capital management 32. cash management / fund management 33. importance of budget 34. invisible exports 35. tourism...
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  • Environment Protection Ac
    environmental legislation in India; The Air (protection and control of Pollution) Act, 1981 and The Environment (Protection) Act, 1986. The acts were legislated by the Parliament of India as Central Acts. The importance of the conference on the Human Environment was such that it was the only basis on which the...
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  • Read It
    now a global concern requiring extensive R&D work towards exploring newer applications and maximizing use of existing technologies for a sustainable and environmentally sound management. As a result, in India, the informal sector and secondary industries recycle 15–20% of solid wastes in various...
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  • Industrial Waste Management Indsutry Trends & Forecasts to 2019
    East & Africa, and Americas. This has been further split into major countries for the respective geographies.The global industrial waste management market is witnessing strong growth on account of urbanization and rapid industrialization especially in emerging economies such as China, India...
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  • Waste Management and Disposal
    almost all the major aquatic bodies around the globe. Need for Waste Management in India India generates around 0.2 to 0.3 million tons of waste on an average every day. A city like Bangalore generates around 3500-4000 tons of waste while Mumbai and Delhi average almost double of this. The onus...
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  • Research Methologies
    Source: Analyzing Plastic Waste Management in India—Case study of Polybags and PET bottles, Narayan, P. (2001) (P, 2001) BACKGROUND READING Plastics are significant and make a positive contribution with regards to packaging in various ways. Plastic bottles, plastic tubs, and plastic bags all...
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  • E-Waste
    E-Waste Management in India: Issues and Options Symbiosis International University Symbiosis Law School, Pune ------------------------------------------------- Nikansha Shivnani; Naresh Gupta ABSTRACT “E-waste,” a term for discarded electronic products near the end or at the end of their...
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  • E Waste
    E-Waste……… * Definition of e-waste * Intoduction * Global trends of ewaste * Issue of e-waste in India * Impacts of e-waste * Details of e-waste * Sources of e-waste * Imports of e-waste * E-waste Management * Sustainable Management of e-waste * Business...
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