A new institute on waste management to be inaugurated today in Kerala, to focus on research and awareness – Edexlive


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A one-of-a-kind educational institution in Kerala offering courses in waste management will start operating in the district on October 16.

The Indian Waste Management Institute and Research Center was established in Puthuppadi with the mission of giving new direction to the scientific management of waste through educational research activities.

Launched as part of the Eco Friendly Foundation, the institute is ready to give direction to waste management through research and educational awareness, to create investment opportunities for entrepreneurs interested in the sector and to open new new job opportunities.

Dr Mirshad PV, executive director of the foundation and member of the academic committee of the American College of Clinical Pharmacology, said: “In the first phase, we aim to provide scientific training in waste management which is lacking in our country. . Several countries have different training programs in waste management. After preparing the entire waste management curriculum, we will submit it to the government.

The inauguration ceremony will take place at 10 a.m. The classroom will be inaugurated by the president of the Puthuppadi panchayat, Ayesha Kutty Sultan. The function will be assisted by several experts from the waste management sector.



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