Waste & Sanitech India

WasTe & SaniTech India aims to create the ideal environment for the waste management, recycling and sanitation industry to experience tremendous growth.

The event comprises of a comprehensive exhibition and conference for international resource management professionals to influence the Waste Management & Recycling industry. This helps build on best practices that a clean environment around us. The show provides in-depth solutions to all segments within the waste & sanitation industry. WasTe & SaniTech India empowers the Central government's ambition of developing 100 smart cities all over the country and helps realise the objectives of Swatach Bharat Abhiyan.

Industry Facts
  • The waste management market in India is expected to reach US$ 13.62 billion by 2025
  • The Government of India has approved a funding of over US$ 4 billion for rural sanitation
  • India's municipal solid waste (MSW) management market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.14% by 2025 while e-waste management market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.03% during the same period
  • India has planned to achieve a capacity of 2.9 million hospital beds by 2025 which will lead to biomedical waste to grow at a CAGR of 8.41%.
  • The E-Waste Market in India is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 26.22 percent over the period 2014-2019
  • Over 8 million tons/year of hazardous waste is generated in India; about 60% of these wastes, i.e., 4.8 million tons/year is estimated to be recyclable
  • The Indian industrial sector generates an estimated 100 million tons/year of non-hazardous solid wastes
  • The total waste quantity generated by the year 2047 is estimated to be about 260 million tons per year. It is estimated that if the waste is not disposed off in a more systematic manner, more than 1,400 km2 of land, which is equivalent to the size of the city of Delhi, would be required in the country by the year 2047 for its disposal
  • Over 160,000 Metric Tons (MT) of municipal solid waste is generated daily in the country. Per capita waste generation in cities varies from 0.2 kg to 0.6 kg per day depending upon the size of the population. This is estimated to increase at 1.33% annually.
  • Recycling each PET bottle conserves energy to light a 60W bulb up to 6 hours & Recycling 1 ton of PET containers saves 6 cubic meters of landfill space
  • The Government of India has approved funding of US$ 4 billion for rural sanitation
  • The government of India and the World Bank have signed a $500 million credit agreement to improve piped water supply and sanitation services through decentralized delivery systems in the states of Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh. (SOURCE - www.worldbank.org)
  • The Government of India allocated INR 70.6 billion (US$ 1.2 billion) for Smart Cities in Budget 2014–15 & according to Smart Governance: Investments of about US$ 1.2 trillion will be required over the next 20 years
  • The Indian Ministry of Water Resources plans to invest US$ 50 billion in the water sector in the coming years
  • The Yamuna Action Plan Phase III project in Delhi is approved at an estimated cost of US $276 million
  • The MoUD added that under the Swachh Bharat Mission, about INR 37,000 Cr. ($5.6 billion) of the project cost of INR 62,009 Cr. ($9.4 billion) is to be incurred in solid waste management
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Industry Speaks

"450 litres of fuel, 150 litres of petroleum gas, 75 kg of steel, and 250 kg of carbon can be produced from 1,000 kg of tyres."


Founder & CEO of TechAPTO

"Cleanliness is the responsibility of all of us, not just the government. DLF Foundation’s contribution to Clean Hariyana Campaign is an attempt to address the issue which is becoming a major challenge for the country."


CEO, DLF foundation

"Efficiency and sustainability will be of major focus in the establishment of smart cities. Accountability will be the most important factor in the fund disbursal to the states and it will be based on the time bound completion projects."


Founder Director, Smart city council India

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