A Presentation on WTERT India Activities and Advancement of WTE in India

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Waste To Energy Research Technology & Council (WTERT)-India

  • Established in 2011 under MoU with the CSIR-National Environmental Engineering Research Institute NEERI), India, and Earth Engineering Center, Columbia University. The MoU is now extended till 2019.
  • Registered as Non Profit Organization with Charity Commissioner, Mumbai.
  • Office of WTERT is newly established in the area of 70 Sq. Mt with a small laboratory setup for analysing basic parameters of Municipal Solid Waste.
  • Appointed 4 Nos. qualified and experienced staff with Masters in Environmental Science.
  • The Annual Budget of WTERT-Indiais USD 76,923 approximately as on today.

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Source: WTERT-Asia Inaugural Meeting April 2017 (April 2017)
Pages: 22
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Autor: Er. K. Sreenivasa Rao

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