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  1. Heat on Power

    Green rating of coal-based power plants Coal plays a critical role in our energy mix, providing over 70 per cent of India’s electricity supply. It is likely to remain a mainstay for several more years, given India’s immense power needs and domestic availability of coal. But coal is also the dirtiest of all fossil fuels. It burns to produce emissions that are a leading anthropogenic source of global warming, acid rain, smog and toxic air and water. We need to use coal efficiently to reduce its environmental costs. CSE’s Green Rating Project analysis of India’s coal-based power sector paints a sobering picture but also offers recommendations for improving the environmental and social performance of this important sector.
    Rs.850.00
  2. Building sense : Beyond the green facade of sustainable habitat

    India is in a frenzy of construction. Buildings, townships and housing complexes are coming up at break-neck speed – and we’re still not there yet: a staggering two thirds of the buildings that will stand in India in 2030 are yet to be built! How we choose to design these buildings and live can have a profound impact on our resource use and environment. We have begun setting the ‘green’ terms for construction and operation of buildings in India, but it remains a relatively new area of governance. India needs appropriate regulations to benchmark energy and water use, minimise waste, and develop monitoring and compliance strategies. Also needed is a deeper public understanding of what works and what does not. If not done right, even green norms can lead to damaging trade-offs and unintended consequences… Get a copy of the book right here, right now.
    Rs.950.00
  3. Not in My Backyard (Book & DVD combo offer) Not in My Backyard (Book & DVD combo offer)
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    Not in My Backyard (Book & DVD combo offer)

    The book was released by the Union Minister of Urban Development, Mr Venkaiah Naidu. While conferring CSE’s Clean City Awards on three of the cleanest cities in India, he called them “the pilgrimages of the future”. He also stressed that “this book should be read by everybody from Municipal Commissioner/Chairman onwards to all Engineers and others down the line, who actually implement solid waste management in the various Municipalities and Towns across India”. The book is an attempt to highlight the present status of solid waste management in the country and what should be the way ahead. The film covers the top 3 cleanest cities in India, with interviews and site visits. You can order either the book or the film or both at a special price, till the end of this month. ISBN: 978-81-86906-90-3

    Regular Price: Rs.1,740.00

    Special Price Rs.1,500.00

  4. NOT IN MY BACKYARD – Solid Waste Mgmt in Indian Cities

    The book highlights solutions to this growing problem and shares case studies from cities that have been able to resolve the issue of solid waste management It is ideal for practitioners, regulators, consultants, NGOs and students. ISBN: 978-81-86906-90-3
  5. CEMS: Continuous Emission Monitoring System A Technical Guidance Manual CEMS: Continuous Emission Monitoring System A Technical Guidance Manual
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    CEMS: Continuous Emission Monitoring System A Technical Guidance Manual

    This is India’s first and only comprehensive technical guidance manual on CEMS. It empowers stakeholders with the knowledge of the best practices adopted around the world. The book offers detailed information on available technology option, their limitations and suitability for various industries. The manual also refers to various regulations and technical documents from Europe and the US which are widely used to illustrate best practices across the world. It is an effort to support the CEMS initiative of the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change and the CPCB. It is thus a supplementary to the CPCB guidelines on CEMS. It will help in skill and knowledge development of stakeholders and successful implementation of CEMS in India.
    Rs.950.00
  6. CEMS and CEQMS Implementation in India: An Inspection Manual CEMS and CEQMS Implementation in India: An Inspection Manual
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    CEMS and CEQMS Implementation in India: An Inspection Manual

    CEMS and CEQMS are efficient tools for compliance enforcement of continuous monitoring as well as reporting stack emissions and effluent quality from industries. They can help industries optimize operations for better performance and pollution control and ensure long life of equipments. Proper implementation of CEMS and CEQMS is essential both for environmental regulators and industries. Selection of suitable technologies and their correct installation as well as operation and maintenance are crucial for implementation. This inspection manual, the first and only one of its kind in India, is a guiding handbook for environmental regulators and industry officials to carry out inspection of CEMS and CEMS implementation in industries. Vendors and service providers can also use it as a knowledge-building tool to reap the benefits of continuous monitoring and reporting systems in India.
    Rs.350.00
  7. COMBO OFFER ON THE “CEMS” SERIES BOOKS !! COMBO OFFER ON THE “CEMS” SERIES BOOKS !!
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    COMBO OFFER ON THE “CEMS” SERIES BOOKS !!

    CEMS and CEQMS Implementation in India: An Inspection Manual CEMS and CEQMS are efficient tools for compliance enforcement of continuous monitoring as well as reporting stack emissions and effluent quality from industries. They can help industries optimize operations for better performance and pollution control and ensure long life of equipments. Proper implementation of CEMS and CEQMS is essential both for environmental regulators and industries. Selection of suitable technologies and their correct installation as well as operation and maintenance are crucial for implementation. This inspection manual, the first and only one of its kind in India, is a guiding handbook for environmental regulators and industry officials to carry out inspection of CEMS and CEMS implementation in industries. Vendors and service providers can also use it as a knowledge-building tool to reap the benefits of continuous monitoring and reporting systems in India. CEMS: Continuous Emission Monitoring System A Technical Guidance Manual This is India’s first and only comprehensive technical guidance manual on CEMS. It empowers stakeholders with the knowledge of the best practices adopted around the world. The book offers detailed information on available technology option, their limitations and suitability for various industries. The manual also refers to various regulations and technical documents from Europe and the US which are widely used to illustrate best practices across the world. It is an effort to support the CEMS initiative of the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change and the CPCB. It is thus a supplementary to the CPCB guidelines on CEMS. It will help in skill and knowledge development of stakeholders and successful implementation of CEMS in India.

    Regular Price: Rs.1,300.00

    Special Price Rs.900.00

  8. State of Renewable Energy in India 2019 State of Renewable Energy in India 2019
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    State of Renewable Energy in India 2019

    In the five years since the publication of the first Citizen’s Report on the State of Renewable Energy, the renewable energy sector has made tremendous strides in the country. Riding on a favourable policy environment and dipping prices, capacity and generation have grown. But this success has thrown newer challenges. The second Citizen’s Report on the State of Renewable Energy takes a close look at where we stand now, what are the strengths and challenges facing the sector, and whether the sector can overcome these obstacles and emerge as a viable alternative to conventional energy sources. It offers an analysis which covers the key sub-sectors and the associated infrastructure — solar (large-scale, rooftop and manufacturing), wind, waste to energy, integration and transmission, energy access and distribution companies. And it offers a blueprint which could help the sector reach its 175-gigawatt goal seamlessly. The world stands at the cusp of a momentous shift in the energy sector. For the first time, decarbonised electricity appears feasible in the foreseeable future; it is not an abstract vision. The question that the second Citizen’s Report asks is: Can India grab this opportunity and chart a brave new world of 100 per cent renewable quickly and efficiently? Get your copy to know more.
    Rs.750.00
  9. To Burn or Not to Burn: Feasibility of Waste-to-Energy Plants in India To Burn or Not to Burn: Feasibility of Waste-to-Energy Plants in India
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    To Burn or Not to Burn: Feasibility of Waste-to-Energy Plants in India

    Urban India produces around 55 million tonnes of municipal solid waste (MSW) every year. Of this, only about 25 per cent is processed, i.e. recycled or converted into energy. The remainder finds its way into dumpsites or is burned openly. Waste generation in urban India is increasing by 5 per cent every year because of the increasing population and consumption. It is estimated that MSW generation would reach a staggering 150 million tonnes by 2030—thrice current levels. In such a situation, how should the country manage its waste? The easy answer that urban policymakers turn to is to burn waste in Waste-to-Energy (WTE) plants. This report examines whether WTE should be the first choice to manage MSW in India.
    Rs.350.00
  10. Charting the future of city compost Charting the future of city compost
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    Charting the future of city compost

    To promote the market for city compost in India, the Government of India came out with a fixed subsidy under its policy on promotion for city compost. But this failed due to lack of implementation and has seen very dispersed stakeholder participation. There is clearly a demand for city compost in the agrarian sector in India, but the acceptability of the product has been marred by poor quality and low return of investment. CSE, in an analysis of the gaps in the existing composting policy of India, has suggested changes to strengthen the current marketing mechanisms and policy of city compost in India. Order your copy to know more...
    Rs.250.00
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