Indian Pulp and paper Technical Association (IPPTA), Saharanpur, an Association of Professionals working in small and large paper mills all over india and its technology providers, is organizing its two-day Annual seminar on 3rd and 4th March 2017 at Hotel Savera, Chennai. The topic is quit apt keeping tune with the needs of the time – “Green and Clean Best Practices and Technologies in Paper Manufacturing”.
Sri Neehar Aggarwal, President, IPPTA informed about the steps taken by the industry to improve its environment performance by reducing its carbon footprint. Over the years paper industry has proactively adopted latest technologies to bring down its energy and water consumptions significantly. He also emphasized the fact that paper industry was one of the most sustainable industries, as the industry sources most of its raw material from industry driven farm forestry plantations, agro residues or through recycling of waste paper.
Sri Pawan Agarwal – Vice president, IPPTA emphasized the fact the industry in general was conscious of its role as a responsible entity and doing every bit to meet GREEN & CLEAN goal for the country. Lot of work has been done and through such seminars IPPTA is sharing new technology and best practices adopted elsewhere.
Sri K.S. Viswanathan, Managing Director, M/S. Seshasayee paper & Boards ltd who is also the chairman of the IPPTA- organizing committee said the seminar will be attended by over 300 delegates from leading paper mills, paper machinery manufacturers and research institutes from india and overseas. Papers will be presented by eminent technologists, engineers and scholars on topics concerning efficient use of energy, recycling and reuse of water and adoption of green and clean technologies in paper manufacture.
Sri M.K.Goyal General Secretary, IPPTA briefed the press about the elaborate arrangements that have been made for the seminar. He also mentioned that there are speakers and delegates participating from countries like USA,Europe and china and all necessary arrangements have been made for them.