Centre for Waste Management is involved in investigating the prospects of waste in any form for effective conversion into energy and value added products. To envisage the vision, the centre has involved itself in preparing the student community to enhance their career opportunities by involving them in Waste, Energy and Environment related projects
The Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD), Government of India conferred centre through Frontier Areas of Science and Technology (FAST) Scheme it is involved in the development of polycrystalline silicon thin film PN junctions, Compound and Multi-junction photovoltaics, Solid oxide fuel cells, Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cells, Algal Biodiesel, Bioethanol from macro algal rejects and Bio hydrogen from food waste.
The objective of Indian Society of Hospital Waste Management (ISHWM) is to promote and advance the knowledge in Environmental Protection with special reference to Hospital Waste Management. It also envisages promotion and improvement in public health, protection to the environment, hospitals and individuals through the practice and education in the matters dealing with the healthcare waste management
Industrial Waste Management Association aims to become the leading facilitator for environment management towards Sustainable Development of industries and their stakeholders. The objective of the association is to set up/update norms for establishment and operation of world-class and secure Common Hazardous Waste Treatment Storage and Disposal Facilities, create access to latest environment regulations among industries.
Association of Healthcare Providers (India) vision is to have healthy India, encompassing society, community and common man at grass root. Association of Healthcare Providers (India) represents the majority of healthcare providers in India.
Sardar Swaran Singh National Institute of Renewable Energy (SSS-NIRE) is an autonomous Institution of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Govt. of India. The Institute is an upcoming R&D centre with its mandate to focus on Bio-energy and develop innovative technologies in the area of renewables and biofuels.
Centre of Excellence in Urban Solid Waste Management (CoEUSWM) encourages cutting-edge and crosscutting research, capacity building and technical knowledge base. The Centre, under the preview of MoUD, addresses the urban solid waste management issues at national, state and local levels in order to support public and government agencies to address the problems in the area of Solid Waste Management.
The International Conference on Waste, Energy and Environment (ICWEE - 2018) organized by Centre for Waste Management and Centre of Excellence for Energy Research, Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology will promote exchange of novel thoughts and creative ideas amongst academicians, industrialists, students and research scholars. This forum will provide expression of innovative research experience as oral and poster presentation where there's freedom to discuss, debate and defend their findings to benefit all concerned