Dr.C.Muthuraja's 'From Waste to Profits through Reduce, Recycle, Reuse'

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Published on February 21, 2017

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1. From Waste to Profits through Reduce, Recycle, Reuse Dr.C.Muthuraja, M.A, M.Phil, PhD Dean, Curriculum Development and Research & Head, Research Department of Economics THE AMERICAN COLLEGE MADURAI – 625 002, TAMILNADU (Hon Secretary, Madurai Productivity Council) Email: cmuthuraja@gmail.com (M-094863 73765) (Presented @ V.O.Chidambaranar Port, Tuticorin on 17.02.2017) SINCE 1881

2. CONTENTS ♦ Introduction ♦ From Waste to Profits ♦ Reduce ♦ Recycle ♦ Reuse ♦ Strategies ♦ Role : International Institutions – Government – Private Sector – Voluntary Organizations ♦ Asian Productivity Organization ♦ National Productivity Council ♦ Madurai Productivity Council ♦ SummarySINCE 1881

3. From Waste to Profits ♦ Life : Death, Change & Waste ♦ Right to clean air, water and food ♦ Waste : Anything that does not create value ♦ Common man’s eye: unwanted or not useful ♦ Scientifically: No waste in the world ! ♦ Waste is inevitable in every habitation ♦ Population & life style leads more wastes ♦ Urbanization, use & throw concept & Gap ♦ Towards ‘Making garbage out of sight’ SINCE 1881

4. Classification of Waste ♦ Solid waste- vegetable waste, kitchen waste, household waste etc ♦ E-waste- discarded electronic devices such as computer, TV, music systems etc ♦ Liquid waste- water used for different industries, tanneries, distilleries, thermal power plants ♦ Plastic waste- plastic bags, bottles, bucket, etc ♦ Metal waste- unused metal sheet, metal scraps etc ♦ Nuclear waste- unused materials from nuclear power plants Wet waste (Biodegradable) & Dry waste (Non Biodegradable)SINCE 1881

5. Principles of Waste Management ♦ Refuse - Do not buy anything which we do not really need ♦ Reduce - Reduce the amount of garbage generated. Alter our lifestyle so that minimum garbage is generated ♦ Reuse - Reuse everything to its maximum after properly cleaning it. Make secondary use of different articles ♦ Recycle – Keep things which can be recycled - Convert the recyclable garbage into manures or other useful productsSINCE 1881

6. Waste Management Hierarchy ♦ energy recovery ♦ disposal ♦ recycling ♦ reuse ♦ Energy recovery ♦ Disposal ♦ Recycling ♦ Reuse ♦ Minimization ♦ PreventionSINCE 1881

7. Asian Productivity Organization-APO ♦ Established on 11 May 1961 as a regional intergovernmental organization ♦ Nonpolitical, nonprofit & nondiscriminatory ♦ Think tank: conducts research on emerging needs of members for their follow-up and for determining appropriate assistance to them ♦ Catalyst: promotes bilateral and multilateral alliances among members and between them and others outside the APO region for collaboration in productivity-related activities for mutual benefit SINCE 1881

8. APO… ♦ Regional Adviser: surveys the economic and development policies and performance of each member and assists in formulating strategic changes for enhanced productivity and competitiveness ♦ Institution Builder: Strengthens the capability of the National Productivity Organizations & other institutions to provide productivity promotion, training, and consultancy services to the public and private sectors ♦ Clearinghouse for productivity information: Facilitates the dissemination and exchange of information on productivity among its members and other stakeholders SINCE 1881

9. What APO Do ♦Projects ♦e-Learning ♦Productivity Measurement ♦GP 2020 ♦APO-Certified Productivity Practitioners Scheme ♦APO and Eco-products ♦APO COE ♦APO NetSINCE 1881

10. National Productivity Council ♦ Organization to promote productivity culture in India ♦ Ministry of Industry, Government of India in 1958 ♦ An autonomous, multipartite, non-profit organization ♦ Constituent of APO- India is a founder member ♦ Work out solutions towards accelerating productivity, enhancing competitiveness, increasing profits, augmenting safety and reliability and ensuring better quality ♦ Provides reliable database for decision-making, improved systems and procedures, work culture ♦ Helps monitor, review and implement the identified strategies ♦ Bearings on economic growth and quality of life ♦ Promotes a comprehensive view of productivity focused on improving triple bottom line – for inclusive GrowthSINCE 1881

11. MPC ♦ MADURAI PRODUCTIVITY COUNCIL is a nonprofit autonomous organization established in the year 1959 as a registered society under the societies registration act 1860 ♦ MPC has crossed 56 years of service to the nation ♦ MPC has representations from employers, employee organizations, government, technical and professional institutions in the Governing Council ♦ MPC governing council is an elected body for which elections is held once in 2 years SINCE 1881

12. MPC ♦ OBJECTIVES OF MPC:  To promote productivity awareness and culture amongst its stakeholders and the general public  To help to increase productivity consciousness by disseminating productivity techniques  To encourage implementations of new techniques for increasing productivity to reduce operational cost  To promote employer-employee relationship in organizations and  To conduct productivity research and survey SINCE 1881

13. SPECTRUM OF SERVICES ♦ Awareness Generation ♦ Consultancy ♦ In plant Training Programmes ♦ Interplant Training Programmes ♦ All India Cement Seminar ♦ Monthly meetings ♦ Contests ♦ Library Service ♦ First Aid Programmes ♦ Union Budget Discussions ♦ National Productivity Week Celebration ♦ Membership + + + SINCE 1881

14. TOWARDS WATER -WIN SITUATION SINCE 1881 ROLE OF ♦ INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ♦ GOVENMENTS ♦ PRIVATE CORPORATES ♦ NON GOVERNMENT ORGANISATIONS ♦ PUBLIC ♦ INDIVIDUAL ♦MASS/SOCIAL MEDIA FAMILY

15. APPEAL SINCE 1881 ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION PLEASE EACH ONE TEACH ONE IF NOT EACH ONE CATCH ONE AND TEACH ONE

16. ????????? ♦ QUESTIONS ♦ DOUBTS ♦ CLARIFICATIONS ♦ REMARKS (IF ANY) SINCE 1881

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