Training Programme for the Industries in Gurgaon

GTZ and FAPCCI supported Awareness Workshop on “ECOPROFIT ”
April 16, 2010 (Friday)
Venue: The Federation of Andhra Pradesh Chambers of Commerce and Industries (FAPCCI),
Federation House, 11-6-841, Red Hills, Hyderabad – 500 004
Tentative Programme Schedule
03:00 - 03:30 pm
03:30 - 03:45 pm
03:45 - 04:10 pm
04:10 - 04:40 pm
04:40 - 05:15 pm
05:15 -05:30 pm
05:30 – 06:00 pm
06:00 – 06:15 pm
06:15 - 06:35 pm
06:35 - 06:45 pm
Registration for the workshop
Inaugural Session
 Welcome address by FAPCCI
 Inaugural address by APIIC
“Introduction to ECOPROFIT Approach” by Mr. Lalit Sharma, GTZ-ASEM, Delhi
[project concept, structure, activities in India, how it brings profit to companies, experience
from Europe and India, discussions on selected case studies to unveil the overall concept, etc]
“Systematic Profit from Systemic Optimization – with Easy-to-Use ECOPROFIT Tools”,
by Nitesh Patel, Expert GTZ-ASEM and Lalit Sharma
[How ECOPROFIT concept guides to solutions for tough technical problems in utilities,
production, energy conservation, waste minimisation etc.; Input on how ECOPROFIT helps in
process improvement through Cleaner Production].
“Introduction to Cleaner Production (CP)” - Base of ECOPROFIT Approach
[What is CP, how it differs from End of Pipe thinking, what are CP strategies, by Mr. Markus
Moeller, STENUM GmbH, Austria]
Tea/Coffee Break
“Interactive Session on Mini Case Studies”
Realistic Correlation to Theoretical inputs with industry specific problems, which enable to
understand the essence of CP thus ECOPROFIT tools.
“ECOPROFIT Experience in Hyderabad - Case Studies”, by Mr. Nitesh Patel, GTZASEM, New Delhi
Revealing the Project Structure (Financial / Technical Part) and
Open Discussion with companies representatives
Concluding Remarks
*ECOPROFIT is an acronym of ECOlogical PROject For Integrated environmental Technology. This programme
was established by City of Graz, Austria in 1991 for the sustainable development of industries/organizations. It’s
a win-win model that tends to strengthen companies economically by using environment-friendly technologies
and simultaneously improving the ecological situation of the industries and region.
Programme establish a fully capable team of company representative that is gradually trained on topics of
cleaner production and preventive environmental approach where at the end of the programme it is ensured that
participating companies not only utilizes their resources (raw materials, production streams, energy, water,
waste water, logistics, creativity etc.,) optimally but also minimizing the waste in different streams to identify
such options that would be money/resource saving on one hand and will reduce environmental impact on the
other and hence making ECO+PROFIT (Environmental + Economic) to the industry. Consequently, at the end
of programme, one can expect a sustainable force to be in place at each participating company that
would work on environmental programme and performances without external assistance.