The goal of the triple helix of academia, governments, and industrial organizations is to create knowledge and speed up innovation in order to address the current global difficulties of waste management. Governments provide legal protections for contacts and exchanges between the other two sectors; organizations serve as the setting for the production of goods and services, and academia serves as a hub for the development of cutting-edge knowledge and innovations. Ideally for academia, the expansion of the body of literature that supports more effective waste management includes the production of patents, initiatives of startups, the development of legislation, governmental measures, and the writers’ own experience.

This webinar talks about the key initiatives that academia can develop for the implementation and development of waste management in India, as well as how successfully academia is currently able to emphasize the adoption of sustainable solutions and technologies for treating waste as a resource and avoiding its disposal in landfills through research, development, and awareness practices.

  • Brajesh Kr. Dubey

    Professor, IIT Kharagpur, India

    Prof Brajesh Kr. Dubey is presently Professor – Resource Recovery and Circular Engineering, Dept. ...
  • Chetan Zaveri

    VP Environment, AECOM

    Mr. Zaveri is a registered professional engineer (India), holding a MSCE (USA) and a Bachelor’s in...
  • Indumathi M. Nambi

    Professor & Researcher, IIT Madras and Founder, Waste Chakra

    She is a professor with a demonstrated history of working in multiple areas of Environmental Enginee...
  • Prasad Modak

    MD @Environmental Management Centre & Director @Ekonnect Knowledge Foundation Management Centre

    Dr. Prasad holds a total experience of more than 40 years with specialties in Environmental policy, ...
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