Inclusive Integrated Solid Waste Management Delhi, India, February 2015

The Solid Waste Management Exhibition is expected to be the largest gathering of governmental, municipal, private sector, recycling professionals & project operators in the country. It is a unique platform for regional and international organizations to showcase the latest in waste-management related technologies, products, services & discuss new challenges.

3rd Inclusive, Integrated Solid Waste Management - The Scope

The swift urbanization and globalization of modern trade has helped the world progress. In its course it has also led to extensive waste that needs to be managed effectively. Its effect can be neutralized by; recycling, composting, land filling or converting waste to energy via incineration. With the increase in wastage over the years a massive attention has been drawn to the waste management vertical.

Waste Management in India is in the state of development taking in consideration both urban and industrial Waste, which in the next few years are positioned to develop considerably. The International Journal of Advance Research, 2014 attributed the rapid increase in population coupled with changing lifestyle and consumption patterns to the exponential increase in waste generation of upto 18 billion tonnes by year 2020. In fact, the per capita per day MSW generated in India ranges between 0.2 Kgs in small towns to 0.6 Kgs per day. Thus, the scope of this industry is vast.

Municipal Solid Waste

Commonly known as trash or garbage; municipal solid waste is a residue of our day to day life. It covers everyday items such as product packaging, furniture, clothes, bottles, newspapers etc. this waste may or may not be bio-degradable. The most prominent source of such waste is households.

Industrial Waste

The factories and mills produce a certain amount of waste while they undergo the manufacturing processes of various goods which is known as the industrial waste. This can sometimes be hazardous; especially the chemical waste.

Bio-Medical Waste

Bio-medical waste is essentially a toxic form of waste which comprises of various forms of liquids, solids and laboratory waste. Hospitals, health clinics, nursing homes, research laboratories etc. are the main producers of such waste.

Electronic Waste

Technology has revolutionized the world. It also has a negative side. All appliances that we discard such as mobile phones, televisions, computers, refrigerators etc. fall under this category. They may or may not be fit for reuse and recycling.


The objective of the Event is to expose the World's Best Practices, Advanced technologies, scientific methods and research and development activities in the field of Municipal Solid Waste Management for understanding the pros and cons for Smart Waste Management in India

The 'International Symposium on Municipal Solid Waste Management' has completed its third edition successfully creating a brand. The event portrayed the latest trends in Municipal Solid Waste Management and created a platform for exchange and sharing of Knowledge & Experiences in the field. Well chosen assortment of speakers with vast experience in the field of Municipal Solid Waste Management who have carved out a niche for themselves over the years provided the much needed value addition to keep the stake holders abreast of the latest happenings, innovations and best practices in the sector. An exposition was also arranged accompanying the Symposium.

The three editions of the event were organized at Hyderabad. All the editions of the Symposium have seen an overwhelming participation from India and Overseas as well. Participation was from State & Central Government Ministries, Departments, Municipalities, Corporations, Promoters of Waste Management Projects, Nodal Agencies, NGOs, Technology Providers, Equipment Manufacturers & Suppliers, Financial Institutions, Consultants, research and Academic Institutes, Contractors etc.

Inclusive Integrated Solid Waste Management Delhi, India, February 2015