PEC holds a panel discussion on ‘solid waste mgmt in Kashmir’ in collaboration with KU

Srinagar: Peoples’ Environmental Council (PEC), a Srinagar-based group of subject matter specialists and concerned citizens, in collaboration with the University of Kashmir on the eve of Earth Day organized a Panel Discussion on Tuesday on “Solid Waste Management in Kashmir. ‘
Prof. Shakil Romshoo, Dean Research, University of Kashmir and Member PEC gave the opening remarks and welcome address. Prof. Romshoo in his opening remarks deliberated on the Solid Waste management scenario in Kashmir valley. Prof. Romshoo emphasized the need for an integrated approach involving experts across the relevant disciplines to scientifically address the issues. The Dean Research University of Kashmir in his address appreciated the role of PEC in organizing such activities. Qazi Shugufta Member PEC / former Director Finance and Audit J&K Govt. was the rapporteur of the panel discussion. The discussion was moderated by Dr. Arshid Jahangir Sr. the Assistant Professor University of Kashmir. Dr. Khurshid Salman Vice-Chairman PEC gave the vote of thanks at the end.
The webinar featured one technical presentation on “Solid Waste Management in Kashmir” by Sakib Qadri Convenor PEC /Environment Specialist (I) followed by guest lectures by Panellist. Athar Amir Khan Commissioner SMC deliberated in length about the SMC plans on improving the scenario of Solid Waste Management in Srinagar. Rafi Ahmad Bhat Regional Director, Kashmir, J&K Pollution Control Committee spoke on the regulatory aspects of waste management in Kashmir and the role being played by the PCC. The last panelist Dr. Raja Muzaffar prominent Social Activist spoke about the role of the different players and civil society in particular.
A couple of hundreds of participants from across the world participated in the panel discussion. Post technical sessions a Q&A / interactive session between the participants, presenters, and organizers took place. The recommendations of the panel discussion shall be submitted to the authorities shortly.

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