CSR India Corporate Social Services Pvt Ltd (CSR India) in association with INDIACSR, India’s largest Corporate Sustainability & Responsibility news network, will organize a day-long 2nd National Conference on Fly Ash Management, the compelling issue that necessitates prompt focus and concern, in Raipur, the capital city of Chhattisgarh state, on June 11, 2014 . Last date of Registration is May 15, 2014. Sponsorship, Speakership and Partnership opportunities are available.
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RAIPUR (Chhattisgarh): INDIACSR, India’s largest Corporate Sustainability & Responsibility network, is organising a day-long Conference on Fly Ash Management, the compelling issue that necessitates prompt focus and concern, in Raipur (CG) at Hotel GT Star, VIP Road on 17 Feb 2013.
The theme of the conference is “Fly Ash: Wealth from Waste”. The mega symposium, the first of its kind, will delve at length on the disposal and effective utilization of fly ash and to what extent the fly ash management has taken strides in India over the past few years.
Inaugural function will start at 9:30 am. Registration for the conference would be carried out at the venue.
The emphasis of the Conference is aimed to provide a forum for the producers and the prospective consumers of Fly Ash along with the policy-makers and other stakeholders to talk about opportunities for maximum utilization of Fly Ash. Conference will incorporate significant talks and discussions addressing all pertinent issues relating to fly ash including regulation, disposal challenges and practical methods of fly ash management.” Rusen Kumar, Director, INDIACSR informed today.
“The Conference will bring forth valuable information and knowledge on wider applications of fly ash for the fly-ash generating industries and those sectors who are the users for better fly-ash management in Chhattisgarh”, he added.
The speakers, who are the industry’s best, acquainted with sound understanding, study and rich experience have been invited to share and enlighten the eminent gathering. Listening to these speakers would not only be a sheer delight but would facilitate realization of facts with knowledge sharing and better insight on the issue that has emerged as one of utmost importance. The encouraging support from all the corners of the organizations to organise this event has been quite inspiring. It gives pleasure to inform that some of the well known personalities from corporate, academics & research institutes have kindly consented to be part of this occasion to discuss their observations, achievements, case studies and researches.
Sustainable management and disposal of fly ash is becoming challenging job for Power plant producers across India. Fly ash can become a wealth generator by making use of it for producing ‘green building’ materials, roads, agriculture etc. It is estimated that full utilization of the generating stock will provide employment potential for three hundred thousand people and result in a business volume of over Rs.4,000 crore.
Fly Ash being considered a waste few years back, has converted itself into wealth, as a usable, valuable resource by establishing viable avenues for Fly Ash management. Previously Fly Ash was looked upon as a industrial waste and a pollutant. The perception has undergone considerable change over the past few years. Now Fly Ash -a “waste material” considered a “resource material”. Fly Ash is now also being used as an admixture for structural mortar and concrete, for making bricks, blocks, filling of mines, making of embankments etc. Alternative building materials for construction industry for manufacture of items like doors, flooring tiles, false ceilings, etc have been developed using Fly Ash.
Dr. S. Murali (M.Tech., Ph.D.), Sr. Scientist, Advanced Materials and Processes Research Institute (CSIR)-Bhopal;
Dr. Sanjay Kumar (Ph.D-Ceramic Engineering), Principal Scientist- Resource, Energy & Environment, National Metallurgical Laboratory-Council of Scientific & Industrial Research-Jamshedpur;
Sudhir Mathur, Head-Geotechnical Engineering Division, Central Road Research Institute-New Delhi;
Dr. Hishmi Jamil Husain, Environment Superintendent, Rio Tinto India;
Navneet Jagatramka, Editor Ispat Times;
IM Loya & Dr. A.M. Rawani, Technology Transfer and Adoption of Innovations, National Institute of Technology Raipur;
Rajdeep Chowdhury, Biltech Building Elements Ltd, New Delhi;
Dr KK Sahu, Sr-Scientist, Indira Gandhi Agriculture University Raipur;
Mahmood Pracha, Supreme Court Advocate-New Delhi;
Arun Manglik, CEO-Eco Bricks Pvt Ltd-New Delhi;
Rusen Kumar, Director, INDIA CSR
Participating Organizations: National Institute of Technology- Raipur, NTPC Limited, Indira Gandhi Agriculture University- Raipur, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)- National Metallurgical Laboratory-Jamshedpur, Rio Tinto India, Advanced Materials & Processes Research Institute- CSIRI-Bhopal, Central Road Research Institute, Indian Cement Review, Shree Cement Ltd, Eco Ventures Pvt Ltd, Biltech Building Elements Ltd, Sand Plast India Ltd, Eco Bricks Pvt Ltd, Monnet Power Company Ltd, Reliance Coal Mines, Jayaswal NECO Industries Ltd, Wardha Power Company Ltd, Adani Power Maharashtra Ltd, Godawari Power & Ispat Ltd, Lafarge India, Moser Baer Projects, Bharat Aluminum Company Ltd, Jindal Steel & Power Ltd, Jindal Power Ltd, Monnet Ispat and Energy Ltd, Korba West Power Company Ltd, Nalwa Steel & Power Ltd, GMR Chhattisgarh Energy Limited (GCEL).
Contact Information :
Rusen Kumar, CSR INDIA Corporate Social Services Pvt Ltd, M: 91 (0) 99810 99555, E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference on Fly Ash Management: http://www.flyash.indiaflyash.com