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Upcoming Event

National Conference on FLY ASH UTILISATION 2017 - CONFERENCE - EXPO - AWARDS

  23rd - 24th February 2017, Hotel Taj, New Delhi, India

 Conference Agenda:--

 Fly Ash Economic & Promise of Technology

 Focus on Cement Sector

 Fly Ash Utilisation Awards 2017

 Showcase: Uses, Products And Application

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National Seminar on Environmental and Occupational health-2016

  June 05-06, 2016, NIOH, Meghani Nagar, Ahemdabad, Gujarat, India

 Topics for Paper Presentations:--

*Occupational Health

*Environmental Health

*Industrial Hygiene

*Waste Management

http://NSEOH2016.pdf

National Workshop on Advances in repair & rehabilation of Concrete Strucutures-2016

  May 27-28, 2016, CBRI, Roorkee, India

  Topics for Paper Presentations:--

*Causes of distresses and failures

*Quality control & assurance in repair work

*Testing and evaluation of repair systems

*Health assessment & monitoring of structures

http://se-ws-brochure.pdf

International Seminar on Emerging Building Materials and Construction Technologies

  March 21-22, 2016, BMTPC, New Delhi, India

  Topics for Paper Presentations:--

*Innovation in Cement, Concrete, Bricks, Steel & Reinforcement

*Emerging Construction Technologies including Disaster Resistant Construction

*Timber Substitute for Building Industry

*Sustainable alternative green energy resources

http://Brochure_Int_Sem-BMTPC.pdf

Regional Evaluation-cum-Training Workshop for ENVIS Centres (Western Region), 16-17 February, 2015 at Nagpur, Maharashtra

A 2-day evaluation-cum-training Workshop for ENVIS Centres of Western Region (i.e., those located in the states of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh) was held at Nagpur, Maharashtra hosted by ENVIS Centre at CSIR-National Environmental Engineering Research Institute during 16th and 17th February, 2015. Around 30 participants of 13 thematic as well as State/UT ENVIS Centres participated in the Workshop. The Workshop was inaugurated by the Director NEERI, Dr. Satish R. Wate. Speaking on the occasion, Dr Wate stressed on the significance of environmental information as all important policy decisions hinge on the insightful information. He congratulated the Ministry for feeling the need to establish ENVIS Scheme and hoped that ENVIS will keep serving the stakeholders and public at large for their multifarious information requirements. Shri Abhay Kumar, Deputy Economic Adviser, MoEFCC said that the Ministry has roped in distinguished experts cutting across various fields to evaluate as well as advise the Centres. Among the experts who attended the Workshop for evaluation included Shri Krishna Rao T.V.P., Dr. Rajesh Gupta, Dr. A.K. Soni and Dr. Tamil Selvan. Two parallel sessions for evaluating the activities of Thematic and State ENVIS Centres were carried out in the Workshop. The second day of the Workshop was marked by a crucial training by NRSC official Shri Arul Raj on Bhuvan portal, a geospatial portal to enable the GIS-based information in the websites of the ENVIS Centres. The Workshop concluded with a thought- provoking session by experts who shared their observations and suggestions followed by comments by coordinators of ENVIS Centres.

For more information: http://envis.nic.in/events.html

Regional Evaluation-cum-Training Workshop for ENVIS Centres (Southern Region), 5-6 February, 2015 at Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu

A 2-day evaluation-cum-training Workshop for ENVIS Centres of Southern Region (i.e., Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Puducherry) was held at Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu hosted by ENVIS Centre at Institute of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding and on 5th and 6th February, 2015. Around 50 participants of thematic as well as State/UT ENVIS Centres particpated in the Workshop. Speaking on the occasion, Economic Adviser, Shri M. Kannan stressed on the need to evolve the ENVIS Scheme as a one of the tools of Decision Support available to the Government of India for formulating various envioronmental policies and decisions. Among the experts who attended the Workshop for evaluation included Dr Rajasenan, Dr Rajaannan, Dr G Srinivas Rao, Dr. Haripriya Gundimeda and Prof. Kavikumar. Two parallel sessions for evaluating the activities of Thematic and State ENVIS Centres were carried out in the workshop. The second day of the Workshop was marked by a crucial training by NRSC officals Shri P. G. Diwakar and Shri Arul Raj on Bhuvan portal, a geospatial portal to enable the GIS-based information in the websites of the ENVIS Centres. The Workshop concluded with a thought-provoking session by experts who shared their remarks and experiences as well as the concluding address by Economic Adviser, Shri M. Kannan. A cultural programme was also conducted on the second day.   

For more information: http://envis.nic.in/events.html

Regional Evaluation-cum-Training Workshop for ENVIS Centres (Northern Region), 12-13 January, 2015 at Dehradun, Uttarakhand

A 2-day evaluation-cum-training Workshop for ENVIS Centres in Northern Region was held at Dehradun, Uttarkhand hosted by ENVIS Centre at Forest Research Insitute on 12-13 January 2015. Around 50 participants from Northern thematic as well as State ENVIS Centres particpated in the Workshop. Speaking on the occasion, Economic Adviser, Shri M Kannan stressed on the need to evolve the ENVIS as a one of the tools for Decision support system available to the Givern of India for formulating various envioronmental policies and decisions. Among the experts who attebnded the workshop for evaluation were Professor Avinash Chandra, Professor C.R. Babu, Professor Haripriya Gundimeda, Professor Saroj Barik, Shri Vijay Lakhanpal, Shri D. P. Singh and Shri V. N. Diwakar. Three parallel sessions for evaluating the activities of 22 Thematic and State Centres were carried out in the workshop. The second day of the Workshop was marked by a crucial training by NRSA officals Shri P G Diwakar and Shri Arul Raj on Bhuvan portal.

For more information: http://envis.nic.in/events.html

International Conference on Processing of Lean Grade and Urban Ores(Mineral Processing, Recycling, Energy & Environment)

 January 20-22, 2015, CSIR-NML, Jamshedpur, India

  Some of the themes are as follows:

Utilization of solid waste viz. Slag, Fly Ash, Red Mud, Anode Slime, Jarosite, Flue Dust, etc.

Environmental pollution and remediation

Industrial & Municipal Waste (solid/liquid) recycling Energy and Environmental issues

Sustainable alternative green energy resources

http://ic-lgo2015.nmlindia.org/ic-lgo2015.pdf

 1st International Conference on Calcined Clays  for Sustainable Concrete

 June 23rd - 25th 2015 , The Swiss Tech Convention Center

 The most promising route to improving the sustainability of Cement  & Concrete is to blend Portland Cement Clinker with substitution  materials often referred to as Supplementary Cementitious Materials  (SCMs). However supplies of the most common SCMs, which are slag  and fly ash are quiet limited compared to the worldwide production  of cement. Calcined Clays are the most promising source of  additional SCMs which can make a substantial contribution to  lowering further the environmental impact of Cement & Concrete  This conference aims to bring together scientific studies and first  experiences of the application of Calcined Clays in Cement and  Concrete for the first time.

 The 5th Asia-Oceania Conference on Green and Sustainable Chemistry

 15-17 January, 2015 at India Habitat Center, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003, India

 The Royal Society of Chemistry London, North India Section, Green Chemistry Network Centre, Delhi University and The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) are jointly organizing this event. Continuing the tradition, this time the broad theme of the conference has been decided as Capabilities. This theme has been selected to unveil the potentials of green chemistry principles and to demonstrate the capabilities of green chemistry for a sustainable future.

 Conference Themes:

To cater to the wide range of topics, the conference has been further divided into following thematic tracks.

1.  Green chemistry and Health

2.  Sustainability and industrial Processes

3.  Green Chemistry Education and

4. Advancing Global Green Chemistry: Collaborations among academia,  

    Government and industry.

 http://www.teriin.org/events/aoc5/

 2015 World of Coal Ash Conference (WOCA)

 May 4-7, 2015 in Nashville, Tennessee, USA

 WOCA is an international conference organized by the American Coal Ash Association (ACAA) and the University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER). The 2015 conference will mark the two organizations' sixth joint biennial meeting. It will again focus on the science, applications and sustainability of coal ash worldwide. As such, it will encompass all aspects of coal combustion products (CCP's) as well as gasification products.

 http://www.worldofcoalash.org/index.html

 1st International Conference on Calcined Clays for Sustainable Concrete

 June 23rd - 25th 2015 , The Swiss Tech Convention Center

 The most promising route to improving the sustainability of Cement  & Concrete is to blend Portland Cement Clinker with substitution  materials often referred to as Supplementary Cementitious Materials  (SCMs). However supplies of the most common SCMs, which are slag  and fly ash are quiet limited compared to the worldwide production  of cement. Calcined Clays are the most promising source of  additional SCMs which can make a substantial contribution to  lowering further the environmental impact of Cement & Concrete  This conference aims to bring together scientific studies and first  experiences of the application of Calcined Clays in Cement and  Concrete for the first time.

 The 5th Asia-Oceania Conference on Green and Sustainable Chemistry

 15-17 January, 2015 at India Habitat Center, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003, India

 The Royal Society of Chemistry London, North India Section, Green Chemistry Network Centre, Delhi University and The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) are jointly organizing this event. Continuing the tradition, this time the broad theme of the conference has been decided as Capabilities. This theme has been selected to unveil the potentials of green chemistry principles and to demonstrate the capabilities of green chemistry for a sustainable future.

Conference Themes:

To cater to the wide range of topics, the conference has been further divided into following thematic tracks.

 1.  Green chemistry and Health

2.  Sustainability and industrial Processes

3.  Green Chemistry Education and

4. Advancing Global Green Chemistry: Collaborations among academia,  

    Government and industry.

 http://www.teriin.org/events/aoc5/

 2nd National Conference on Fly Ash Management in Raipur, Chhattisgarh on June 11, 2014

http://www.teriin.org/events/aoc5/

 2nd National Conference on Fly Ash Management in Raipur, Chhattisgarh on June 11, 2014

Mega Conference in Support of Innovation in Fly Ash Utilisation 17 February 2013, Hotel GT Star, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India, Timing: 9am to 6pm

 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on Environmental Compliance and Enforcement – The Emerging Global Trend (ICECE-2013)

 3rd Annual International Summit on Fly Ash Utilization

 2nd National Seminar Cum Workshop on Use of Fly Ash in Construction (What You Should Know About Fly Ash) June 10-11, 2013

 2nd Annual International Summit Fly Ash Utilisation 17-18 January 2013, NDMC Complex, New Delhi, India NDCC II Convention Centre

 Asia Pacific Conclave: 2013

 4thThermal Power India 2010 Technology for Improved Efficiency January 28- 29, 2010 || India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, INDIA

National Workshop on Maximizing Waste Utilisation in Cement and Concrete for Sustainable Development Materials (NCBM) and Cement Manufacturers Associator (CMA) during Nov. 17-18, 2008 at India International Centre, New Delhi.

 For more details please contact: India International Centre, New Delhi.

1 year graduate certificate programme in "Construction Management and Infrastructure Programme" in January 2006 

 For more details please contact:
S.K. Grover 
Chaiman cum Managing Director,
GICMAR, Shanti Kunj,
U-1, Green Park Extension
New Delhi-110 016.
Fax: 011-26168560
Email: querries@gicmar.org

 Demonstration cum training programme on Fly ash-Clay brick manufacturing at Guna (Madhya Pradesh) from March 29-30, 2007.

 For more details please contact:
Dr. Vimal Kumar,
Director, FAUP,
4th floor, A Wing,
Vishwakarma Bhawan,
Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg,
New Delhi – 110 016

 National Seminar on "State of the art on Fly ash Products & Processes ( NSFAPP) in January 2007 at Indian Habitat Centre, New Delhi

For more details please contact:
Convenor
NSFAPP
Central Building Research Institute
Roorkee - 247667, Uttranchal
Phone: 01332-273323,273393

 Conference on "Building Infrastructure:Challenges & opportunities" was held in October 07, 2006 at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi, India

 For more details please contact:
Ms. Shilpi Choudhary
Tel: 0124-4014060/67 Extn.:313
Fax: 0124-4013873/0457
Email: shilpi.choudhary@ciionline.org

 WOCA 2011 Conference will be held May 9-12, 2011 in Denver, Colorado at the Marriott Tech Center. 

 For more information http://www.flyash.org 

 The 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies will be held on June 28-30, 2010 InAncona, Italy.

 3rd International Scientific and Practical Workshop - "Ashes from TPPs - Removal, Transport, Processing, Landfilling" during April. 22-23, 2010, at Moscow Power Engineering Institute Moscow,Russia

For more information, please, visit the web page of the workshop 

http://www.ecopower.ru/index.php?newsid=60