Being a techno-enviro Start-up company we conduct corporate training in all types of industrial sectors (both online and offline mode). We also have an exclusive training hall in Bhubaneswar to conduct offline hands on training.
We have conducted many online training sessions on the topic like “Management and Transboundary Movement of Hazardous & Other Waste”, “ESP Performance-Issues & Solutions”, "Rain Water Harvesting", “Management Of Occupational Health & Safety”, “Air Pollution Control Issues & Solutions In Industries” and "Air Pollution Control Devices" in various industrial sectors across Odisha like (JSPL, JSL, NSPCL, IFFCO, Hindalco group, Tata Steel Group, JSW, T.S. Alloys, Dalmia Cement, OPGC, GMR Power Plants, Sponge Iron & Steel Plants). Webinars have been conducted for more than 45 industries within Odisha.
Electrostatic Precipitators (ESPs)
Electrostatic Precipitators (ESPs) is a very common pollution control device in industries and plays a very critical role in curbing air pollution (especially Particulate Matter Emission). ESPs have been used in various gas-cleaning applications almost for a century and the technology has been constantly upgraded to meet stricter standards. To meet the emission standards, operation and maintenance of ESPs is an important criterion for an industry to be compliant with Air (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act, 1981.
Hazardous Waste Management
Hazardous waste management is a major challenge throughout the world and if improperly managed possesses a serious threat to our society and environment, therefore hazardous waste management is very vital. In India hazardous waste management is governed under Hazardous & Other Waste (Management and Transboundary movement) Rules,2016. Hazardous Waste Management Rules are notified to ensure safe handling, generation, processing, treatment, package, storage, transportation, use reprocessing, collection, conversion, and offering for sale, destruction and disposal of Hazardous Waste. The Rules lay down corresponding duties of various authorities such as MoEF, CPCB, State/UT Govts., SPCBs/PCCs, DGFT, Port Authority and Custom Authority while State Pollution Control Boards/ Pollution Control Committees have been designated with wider responsibilities touching across almost every aspect of Hazardous wastes generation, handing and their disposal.
Rainwater harvesting (RWH) is the collection and storage of rain, rather than allowing it to run off. Rainwater is collected from a roof-like surface and redirected to a tank, cistern, deep pit (well, shaft, or borehole), aquifer or a reservoir with percolation. Using harvested rainwater is a brilliant way of lessening your carbon footprint and living in a more environmentally friendly way. Wasting perfectly clean potable water to do things like water plants and flush toilets isn't a sustainable practice, and it should be avoided if possible. During rainy season, rainwater is collected in large storage tanks which also helps in reducing floods in some low-lying areas. Apart from this, it also helps in reducing soil erosion and contamination of surface water with pesticides and fertilizers from rainwater run-off which results in cleaner lakes and ponds.