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May 21st, 2007
Mr. K. Venkataramanan, threw light on how IIChE, over its long and glorious history has emerged as one of the most prominent industry bodies in India. He said: "Chemical engineering technology needs to position itself more emphatically as being critical to the economy. Whether it is the cutting-edge nanotechnology or biotechnology industry or more traditional streams - all of them depend on chemical engineers to make their products and process a reality." He elucidated on IIChE's tradition of attracting the finest engineering talent and the need to infuse more vigour in its pursuit for intellectual capital.
Mr. Venkataramanan said e-waste is emerging as a major problem in India. "We would like to find solutions," he said, "for handling e-waste in a sustainable and cost-effective manner. At this international conference, we have brought together experts in the field for knowledge sharing for formulating a roadmap for reducing, reusing and recycling of e-waste."
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