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Awareness Programmes > Schools / Colleges
  • Awareness campaign at NM College
  •  Plastics Day Contest was conducted at Narsee Monjee College in Mumbai as part of their college function 'Umang'.Click above to read an article describing the contest and the function.
  • Awareness program in Bhandup Schools
  •  'Vivek,Pahal Paryavaran’,campaign was organized by the Indian Centre for Plastics in Environment (ICPE) in 5 schools at Bhandup, a suburb of Mumbai, on August 26 to inculcate bin culture and the practice of segregation of solid waste for recycling and reuse.
    Click above to read the enewsbulletin of ICPE describing the inauguration of the campaign.
    Seminars > ICPE Sponsored
  • Green plastics - An Eco-friendly Approach
  •  ICPE jointly sponsored - PLASTISCOPE 2001 - a seminar held at Kolkata. It was a joint venture of Indian Plastics Federation with Indian Plastics Institute.
  • Inter-college debate organised by IIT Delhi
  •  Is banning plastics the only solution to save the environment?This was deliberated upon at an inter-college debate organised by IIT Delhi and sponsored by ICPE on March 3rd 2002 as part of its annual technology fest.
  • Press Conference held at Chennai
  •  A press conference was organized by the Tamil Nadu Plastics Manufacturers’ Association (TAPMA) to evaluate the proposed bill banning ‘non-reusable’ plastics in Tamil Nadu.ICPE also participated in the conference.
  • Seminar in Chennai on Plastics and Environment
  •  Plastics and Environment issues were the subject of a seminar organised by Indian Centre for Plastics in the Environment(ICPE)and Central Institute of Plastics Engineering and Technology(CIPET)in Chennai on July 27,2002. Click above to find the latest enewsbulletin of ICPE covering the seminar.
    Seminars > ICPE Presentations
  • 1st Presentation to Justice Misra Committee
  •  ICPE made presentation to Justice Misra Committee on "Plastics and environment" - An assesment and road map.
  • Integrated Solid Waste Management Project
  •  World Environment Day celebrations held at Nagothane.
  • International Symposium on Feedstock Recycling
  •  The 2nd International Symposium on Feedstock Recycling of Plastics and other Innovative Plastics Recycling Techniques ISFR' 2002 was held at Ostend,Belgium from Setpember 8-11,2002.
  • Plastics In Environment - Recycling
  •  Seminar Held at Bhopal by CIPET
  • Seminar on Economy and Ecology Moving Together With Plastics
  •  The Confederation of Indian Industry(CII),Northern Region,jointly with the Indian Plastics Institute(IPI),Delhi Chapter organised a seminar on Economy and Ecology Moving together with Plastics on 3rd and 4th May 2002 at the Convention Centre,Indian Habitat Centre,Lodi Road,New Delhi
    Research > Research
  • Life Cycle Analysis studies
  •  Life Cycle Analysis of PP-HDPE woven sacks vis-a -vis jute/paper sacks in terms of environmental studies.
  • Project study on Life Cycle Responsibility of plastics
  •  A project study on Life Cycle Responsibility of plastics has been undertaken by ICPE at SIES School of Packaging, Packaging Technology Centre,Navi Mumbai.
  • Project to study the Plastic Processing Industry
  •  Project entitled "Providing Technical Inputs Based on Published Literature on Plastic Processing - A Non Polluting Industry at Shriram Institute for Industrial Research
    ICPE Projects > ICPE Projects
  • Compactor Project at Mumbai Central
  •  One of its key objectives of ICPE is to work together with civic authorities and other Govt. Departments in facilitating collection and recycling of plastic waste through technological inputs.
    A step taken by ICPE to fulfil the above objective was to set up a compacting machine for PET bottles at Western Railways.
  • Segregation Projects
  •  Indian Centre for Plastics in Environment (ICPE), a representative body of the plastic industry, initiated a pilot project on segregation of domestic waste, collection and separation of solid waste that is later to be disposed off safely by the BMC.
  • Solid Waste Management at Matheran
  •  Matheran,a small hill station(7.25 sq kms area)has been declared eco-sensitive by the Supreme Court.The main problem of Matheran is the disposal of solid wastes,which are thrown in the forests.ICPE is working in association with Matheran Bachao Samiti,MCGM and local NGOs like Bombay Environmental Action Group to chalk out a master plan for the proper waste management at Matheran.