13 February, 2019, Hotel The Royal Plaza, New Delhi

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India’s population is predominantly young, with 35 per cent of the population estimated to be 15–34 years old. Health impacts on this young population will significantly damage India’s long-term political and economic prospects. To ensure not only a reasonable quality of life for its citizens but also the participation of its huge working age population in the economy, India must address its environmental issues. And the urgency of doing so must be recognised now before the consequences of inaction catch-up with the country. Today, India has the unique opportunity to be environmentally smart, at the urban and the regional scale, and this boils down to two challenges: (a) securing greater Healthcare Establishments (HCFs) awareness of the bio-medical waste problems and commitment to action and (b) ensuring that action to tackle air pollution is seen in the context of wider social and economic development.
In order to create an interface between all the stakeholders to discuss on challenges being faced in effective management of Bio-Medical Waste & Air Pollution and the solutions that can be leveraged at scale to support the sustainable human health, ASSOCHAM is organizing a National Conference-cum-Exhibition on “Management of Bio-Medical Wastes and Air Pollution” with a Theme on – “Addressing the Challenges and Solutions towards Sustainable Human Health” to be held on 13th February 2019 at Hotel The Royal Plaza, New Delhi. The conference outputs will include a high-level statement to provide regulatory authorities with policy recommendations about how to harness the power of BMWM rules and graded response action plan; and to ensure best practices and lifelong opportunities for all; and following up actions and relevant partnerships that are aimed to help community at large to develop innovative methods in controlling BMW and air pollution in the context of shaping the SDG 3: Good Health and Well-being. Moreover, this event will be a home to cutting-edge exhibitors, who will display the latest environmentally sound and profitable solutions.
On behalf of ASSOCHAM, we cordially invite your esteemed organization to actively participation at this important conference and put your company’s brand in front of key industry professionals by becoming a conference sponsor. A variety of sponsorship opportunities are available so you may choose your level of support and exposure.
If you have further queries, you may reach out to Mr. Anshul Gupta ( / 09999565047) or Mr. Shashank Batra ( / 08586934565). 

We shall deeply appreciate your kind and an early confirmation and looking forward to welcoming you on the occasion.
Thanking you and with gracious regards,
Anuj Mathur
Head - International Affairs, Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare
The Associated Chambers of Commerce & Industry of India
5, Sardar Patel Marg, Chanakya Puri
New Delhi - 110021
Tel: 46550555(Hunting Line), Ext.: 550, Fax: 23017008
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