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Swati Singh Sambyal

Swati Singh Sambyal

Swati Singh Sambyal is a renowned researcher on Solid Waste Management. Swati has worked in India as well as across Global South on development issues concerning waste management. Swati has done city scale implementation projects in India on decentralised waste management in the states of Bihar (Muzaffarpur) and Himachal Pradesh. She has also worked in Zanzibar in Tanzania, eSwatini (Mbabane and Matsapha), Ethiopia, Ghana and Namibia in bringing policy and implementation reforms and pushing for an integrated waste management approach by adopting circular solutions. She is presently associated as a Waste Management Specialist with UNHABITAT Regional Office for Asia and Pacific (ROAP). She has worked as the head of a programme on Municipal Solid Waste at New Delhi based environment policy and advocacy organisation, Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) for over 9 years. She has been a part of national and international advisory boards on solid waste management.


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