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Monday, August 15, 2016

STEP Chair Anu Ramaswami's Comparative Case Study Appeared in Waste Management Research


"Ramaswami et al., 2016, Exploring social and infrastructural factors affecting open burning of municipal solid waste (MSW) in Indian cities: A comparative case study of three neighborhoods of Delhi" Appeared in Waste Management Research

In this study we have uncovered social and infrastructural factors that affect MSW-burning at the neighborhood level in Delhi. We couple physical assessments of the infrastructure provision and the MSW-burning incidences in three different neighborhoods of varying socio-economic status in Delhi, with an accompanying study of the social actors (interviews of waste handlers and households) to explore the extent to which, and potential reasons why, MSW-burning occurs. 

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

STEP-FAR Seminar on Community-Scale Wastewater-Food Waste-Energy Systems

Community-Scale Wastewater-Food Waste-Energy Systems for Sustainable and Equitable Infrastructure Provision in Delhi: Concept Development & Systems Analysis
Ritesh Patidar, Ajay Nagpure
STEP Area, Humphrey School

Please join us to hear from Ritesh Kumar, Visiting UG Researcher from IIT Roorkee, India, and Ajay Nagupre, POst Doc Humphrey School, who have been working on a project led by Professor Ramaswami on developing a new concept for providing clean energy and sanitation in underserved areas of Delhi, India. Learn about early research results and discuss future directions and collaborations.



When: Thu Aug 11, 2016 12pm – 1pm (CDT)
Where: HHH Room 170 (Stassen Room)

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