CSIR-Central Leather Research Institute
Dr.SV. Srinivasan
Senior Scientist
Academic Qualifications
    B.Tech (Civil); M.E. (Env.Engg); PhD
Contact Details
Dr.SV. Srinivasan
Senior Scientist

Environmental Technology
CSIR-Central Leather Research Institute
Adyar, Chennai – 600 020
e-mail: srinivasansv@yahoo.com,
Phone:+ 91 044 2445 0234


Qualification
 

Ph.D in Department of Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, India, 2009

Master of Engineering (M.E) in Environmental Engineering, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, India, 1996

Bachelor of Engineering (B.E) in Civil Engineering, Bharathidasan University, Trichy, India, 1994

Area of research interests
 
  • Biomethanisation of municipal and industrial wastes by anaerobic processes
  • Combined advanced oxidation process and biological treatment for recalcitrant wastewater
  • Life cycle assessment of waste treatment technologies
Work Experience
  • Two years in Central Pollution Control Board, Delhi as Assistant Environmental Engineer and worked on Environmental Management in Bulk drugs, pesticides and petrochemicals industries, sewage management, Environmental Audit etc.

  • Currently working as Scientist for the last ten years in the department of environmental technology carrying out projects related to wastewater and solid waste management in leather and allied sector.
Professional Experience
  • Applied research and development for leather waste management

  • Technical consultancy services for design of effluent treatment plants

  • Execution of environmental projects for effluent treatment and solid waste management including hazardous waste

  • Implementation of cleaner technologies for cluster of tanneries


Research/Teaching Experience
  • Registered Supervisor for Ph.D students in Anna University, Chennai and University of Madras, Chennai

  • Environmental Courses for B.Tech and M.Tech at Anna University, Chennai.

  • Guided B. Tech and M.Tech projects
  • Delivered guest lecturers in training programmes and short term organised by Tamilnadu Water Supply and Drainage Board, Engineering colleges, Leather associations etc.

List of Fellowships/Trainings/Workshops

S. No

Title

Organisation and venue

Date

  1.  

Pre-Conference Workshop on Drinking water purification and Industrial wastewater treatment

NIT Warangal

19-3-2015

  1.  

Third Policy Support Brainstorming on Safe water and Sanitation

National Academy of Sciences, India (NASI), Allahabad

18th - 20th Nov. 2014

  1.  

Workshop on Life-cycle cost assessment of Infrastructure projects

United Nations University (UNU)-FLORES, Germany and TERI, New Delhi, India

Dec 18-20, 2013

  1.  

NABET accredited lead auditor course on Environment, Occupational health and Safety management system (EHSMS) as per ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001

CII -Chennai

Oct 21-25, 2013

  1.  

DST-DAAD Exchange of Scientists programme

Institute for Water Quality and Waste Management , Leibniz University, Hannover, Germany

Jan 13 to Feb 13, 2011

  1.  

Workshop on German Indian Dialogue on Identification of Resources and Applicable Techniques for bio-energy production from organic waste and agricultural residues

Institute for Water Quality and Waste Management, Leibniz University, Hannover, Germany

June 17th – July 17, 2010

  1.  

National Workshop on MATLAB and its application

National Institute of Technical Teachers' Training and Research, Chennai, India

May 21-22 2009

  1.  

Indo-German workshop

United Nations University, Bonn

April 2009

  1.  

National Workshop on Environmental Biotechnology

Department of Chemical Engineering, National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal, India

January12-14, 2009

  1.  

Training Programme on Carbon Finance and Trading

TERI, New Delhi, India

May 19 – 22, 2008

  1.  

Environmental Technology Verification

Federation of Indian Commerce and Confederation of Industry, New Delhi, India

September 10-14, 2001

  1.  

Options for Control of Total Dissolved Solids in Industrial Effluents

Environmental Protection and Training & Research Institute, Hyderabad, India under World Bank project

July 16-20, 2001

  1.  

Environmental Management and Pollution Control

Central Pollution Control Board, Delhi, India

August 28 to September 08, 2000

  1.  

Microbes in Bioremediation for Eco-friendly Environment in the new Millennium

Centre for Advanced Studies in Botany, University of Madras, Chennai, India

January 6 & 7, 2000

  1.  

Introduction to ISO 14000 Environmental Management System

United Nations Asian and Pacific Centre for Transfer of Technology and Centre for Sustainable Development, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India

March 12 & 13, 1999

  1.  

Technical Training Workshop in Industrial Hygiene Measurements.

Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute and John Hopkins University Education and Research, Chennai, India

March 01 - 06, 1999

  1.  

Southern Regional Workshop on Biomedical Waste Management.

Tamilnadu Pollution Control Board and United States Asian Environmental Partnership (US-AEP), Chennai, India

February 10 -12, 1999

  1.  

National Workshops on Sustainable Organic farming.

Agricultural Renewal in India for a Sustainable Environment, New College, Chennai, India

January 24 -27, 1998

Member of professional bodies
  • Member of Indian Environmental Association, Mumbai

  • Member of Indian Association for Air Pollution Control, Delhi

  • Member of Indian Public Health Engineers, Kolkata
  • Member of Institution of Engineers, Kolkata

List of Publications
Refereed International Journal
  1. G. Sivasankari, T. Rema, S.V.Srinivasan, R. Suthanthararajan,
    Phyco-remediation for removal of nutrients from wastewater, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety (Communicated).

  2. Dhanalakshmi Sridevi and S.V.Srinivasan,
    Kinetic studies on biogas production from vegetable market wastes in batch and semi-continuous anaerobic reactors, Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy (Communicated).

  3. E. Ravindranath, K. Chitra, S.V. Srinivasan, S. Porselvam, R. Suthanthararajan,
    Green Energy from the Combined Treatment of Liquid and Solid Waste from the Tanning Industry Using an Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket Reactor, Energy and Fuels (Accepted). DOI: 10.1021/ef5022686.IF-2.73

  4. Dhanalakshmi Sridevi, T. Rema, S.V.Srinivasan,
    Studies on biogas production from vegetable market wastes in a two-phase anaerobic reactor. Clean Technology and Environmental policy, 2014 (Accepted in press) DOI.10.1007/s10098-014-0883-8. IF-1.67.

  5. Chitra Kalyanaraman, K. Sri Bala Kameswari, S.V.Srinivasan, K. Thirumaran and J. Raghava Rao,
    Effect of pre-treatment on dye degradation in aerobic reactor, Desalination and Water Treatment, DOI:10.1080/19443994.2014.954149. IF-0.98

  6. Rema Thankappan, Tien Vinh Nguyen, S.V.Srinivasan, S Vigneswaran, J Kandasamy, P Loganathan,
    Removal of leather tanning agent syntan from aqueous solution using Fenton oxidation followed by GAC adsorption, Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry DOI: 10.1016/j.jiec.2014.03.008 IF-2.06

  7. Nazeeha Ayaz, Rema Thankappan, S.V.Srinivasan, A.Tamil Selvi ,
    Studies on Decolourisation of Acid Blue 113 using Staphylococcus Aureus and Escherichia Coli isolated from tannery wastewater, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol. 4, Issue 3, March 2015, pp-938-948, DOI: 10.15680/ IJIRSET.2015.0403021-IF-1.68

  8. N.Vedaraman, S. Shamshath Begum, S.V.Srinivasan,
    Response Surface Methodology for Decolourisation of Leather Dye using Ozonation in a Packed Bed Reactor, Clean Technology and Environmental Policy, Vol. 15, (2013), 607-616. IF- 1.67

  9. S.V. Srinivasan, T.Swaminathan, D.V.S. Murthy
    “Statistical optimization for biological decolourisation and COD removal of screen-printing wastewater using Trametes versicolor”, International Journal of Environment and Waste Management, Vol.11,No.3,2013,304-314.

  10. Dhanalakshmi Sridevi, S.V. Srinivasan,
    Studies on Conversion of Carbohydrate Content in the Mixture of Vegetable Wastes into Biogas in a Single Stage Anaerobic Reactor, Research Journal of Chemical Sciences Vol. 2(6), 66-71, June (2012).

  11. S.V.Srinivasan, G.Prea Samita Mary, K.Chitra, P.S.Suresh kumar, K. Sri Balakameswari, R. Suthanthararajan,
    Combined advanced oxidation and biological treatment of tannery effluent, Clean Technology and Environmental Policy, Vol. 14, No, 2 (2012), 251-256. IF- 1.67

  12. S.V. Srinivasan, D.V.S. Murthy
    Murthy “Statistical optimization for decolorization of textile dyes using Trametes versicolor”, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 165 (1-3), 2009, 909-914. IF - 4.33

  13. S. V. Srinivasan, T. Rema, K. Chitra, K. Sri Balakameswari, E. Ravindranath, and S. Rajamani,
    “Decolourisation of leather dye by Ozonation”, Desalination, Vol. 235, No. 1-3, 2009, pp 88-92. IF-3.96

  14. S. V. Srinivasan and D.V.S.Murthy,
    “Colour removal of bagasse-based pulp mill effluent using a white rot fungus”, Bioprocess Eng., Vol.21, No.6, 561-564 (1999). IF-1.83.

Refereed National Journal
  1. V. Dhanalakshmi Sridevi and S.V.Srinivasan,
    Energy from biomass: Comparison of biogas production at ambient temperature and at mesophilic temperature in semi-continuous anaerobic digester using vegetable market wastes, Carbon Science and Technology, 2013, 6(1) 321-329.

  2. S. Porselvam, S.R. Sachin, S.V.Srinivasan,
    Effect of 2,4 Di Chloro phenoxy Acetic acid on Vigna Uniguiculata (Cowpea) during Post emergence application, Journal of Public Health Engineers, Vol. 4, 16-20 (2013).

  3. S.V.Srinivasan, D.V.S. Murthy and T. Swaminathan,
    Biological Decolourisation of Pulp Mill Effluent Using White Rot Fungus Trametes versicolor, Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering, Volume 54 No. 3, 365-370 (2012)

  4. S.V.Srinivasan, N. Kaviya, S.Porselvam, B. Umameshwari,
    “Biosorption of reactive dye on fruit waste, Journal of Indian Leather Technologist Association 2011, 460-467.

  5. S.V.Srinivasan, R. Aarthy, P.S. Suresh Kumar, K. Sri Bala Kameswari, R. Suthanthararajan, E. Ravindranath,
    “Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Opportunities in Indian Leather Waste Sector”, Journal of The Institution of Public Engineers, India, Vol. 2010-11, No. 3, pp 43-49.

  6. S.V.Srinivasan, E. Ravindranath, K. Sri Balakameswari, R. Sunthantararajan, K. Thirumaran and S. Rajamani,
    Holistic approach for the management of Total Dissolved Solids in Tannery Effluent, Indian Journal of Environmental Protection, Vol. 26, No. 12, December 2006, pp 1067-1073.

  7. S. Shamshath Begum, Lima Rose Miranda and S. V. Srinivasan,
    Removal of reactive dye from wastewater using rubber wood activated carbon, Indian Journal of Environmental Protection, Vol. 26, No. 9, May 2006, 769 –775
  8. T. Rema, S. V. Srinivasan, K. Sri Balakameswari, E. Ravindranath and S. Rajamani,
    “Removal of colour from secondary treated tannery effluent using Trametes versicolor”, Indian Journal of Environmental Protection, Vol. 25, No. 9, September 2005, pp 784-787.
  9. S. V. Srinivasan and D. V. S. Murthy,
    Colour removal of secondary treated tannery effluent using a low cost adsorbent, Indian Journal of Environmental Protection, Vol. 24, No. 5, May 2004, pp 332-337.
  10. S. V. Srinivasan and D.V.S.Murthy,
    “Removal of Colour from wastewater using Trametes Versicolor, J. of Ind. Assoc. for Env Manage, Vol. 27(3) 260-263 (2000).
  11. Ravindranath, E., and S. V. Srinivasan.
    "Treatment of tannery wastewater in Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CEPTs)." Chemical Business-Bombay- 20.6 (2006): 36.
International Conferences
  1. S. V. Srinivasan, R.Suthanthararajan, E.Ravindranath, Life Cycle based approach for municipal wastewater treatment in developing countries, IWA-First specialist conference on municipal water management and sanitation in Developing Countries, 2-4, Dec, 2014.

  2. C.Bhagiratha, R.Narendiran, B.Aakruthi Vaishnavi, S. V. Srinivasan, Y.V.L. Ravikumar, S.Sridhar, R.Suthanthararajan, Performance evaluation of indigenously developed ultrafiltration membrane in membrane bioreactor for treatment of domestic wastewater and potential reuse of treated domestic wastewater, IWA-First specialist conference on municipal water management and sanitation in Developing Countries, 2-4, Dec, 2014

  3. N.Vedaraman, S. Shamshath Begum, S. V. Srinivasan, “Phycoremediation of Tannery Dye Wastewater using Green Microalga”, International Conference on Recent Innovations in Engineering and Technology - 2015 (ICRIET'15), 13th – 14th, February 2015, Mahabharathi Engineering College, Chinnasalem, TN, India- pp. 185-188.

  4. C.Bhagiratha, B.Aakruthi Vyshanavi, S. V. Srinivasan, Y.V.L. Ravikumar, S.Sridhar, R.Suthanthararajan, “Comparative study of different membranes for treatment of wastewater” International Conference on Green Technology for Environmental Pollution Prevention and control (ICGTEPC 2014) National Institute of Technology Tiruchirapalli (NITT), India, 27th -29th September 2014.

  5. G.Sivasankari, T.Rema, S. V. Srinivasan, R.Suthanthararajan, Phycoremediation for removal of nutrients from wastewater, International Conference on Green Technology for Environmental Pollution Prevention and control (ICGTEPC 2014) National Institute of Technology Tiruchirapalli (NITT), India, 27th -29th September 2014.

  6. Aneteh Genet, T.Rema,S. V. Srinivasan, R.Suthanthararajan, E.Ravindranath, Reduction of excess bio-sludge generated from tannery wastewater treatment plant using ozonation, Third international conference on advanced oxidation processes AOP-2014, M Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, 26-28th September 2014

  7. V.Dhanalakshmi Sridevi, S. V. Srinivasan, “Energy from Biomass: Comparison of biogas production at ambient temperature and at mesophilic temperature in semi - continuous anaerobic digester using vegetable market wastes, Proceedings of Intenational Conference on Solar and Biomass energy, Chennai, India, January 07-08, 2014.

  8. G.Sivasankari, K.A.Yazhini, S. V. Srinivasan, R.Suthanthararajan, R.Palani Comparative study of microalgae for nutrient removal from wastewater, International conference on Computational System in Engineering and Technology (ICCSET-2014), Chennai, TN, March 7-8, 2014

  9. V.Dhanalakshmi Sridevi and S. V. Srinivasan, Energy from biomass – Comparison of biogas production at ambient temperature and at mesophilic temperature in semi continuous anaerobic digester using vegetable market wastes, International Conference on Solar and biomass energy 2014 – Chennai, Jan 7-8, 2014.

  10. V. Dhanalakshmi Sridevi, S. V. Srinivasan, “Anaerobic digestion of vegetable market wastes in semi- continuous reactor: Optimisation of HRT and OLR using RSM statistical analysis, Proceedings of National Conference and EXPO on energy and Environment, Chidambaram, TN, India, September 20-21, 2013.

  11. V.Dhanalakshmi Sridevi and S. V. Srinivasan, Anaerobic digestion of vegetable market wastes in semi continuous reactor: Kinetic study, International Conference on Technology for sustainable waste management in developing countries 2013 – Vignan university, AP, Aug 23-24, 2013.

  12. S. V. Srinivasan, R. Suthanthararajan, E.Ravindranath,“Treatment of ozonated tannery wastewater in Sequential batch reactor”, IULTCS Congress, 29th – 31st May 2013, Istanbul, Turkey.

  13. E.Ravindranath, S. V. Srinivasan, K.Chitra, S.Porselvam, A. Navaneetha Gopalkrishnan, " Liquefaction, anaerobic treatment and carbon credit potential of sustainable management of leather industrial wastes", International Conference on Solid Waste 2013 - Innovation in Technology and Management, Hong kong, May 5-9, 2013.

  14. V.Dhanalakshmi Sridevi and S. V. Srinivasan, Anaerobic digestion of vegetable market Wastes: Batch kinetic study”, International Conference on Solid Waste 2013 - Innovation in Technology and Management, Hong kong, May 5-9, 2013.

  15. Rema Thankappan, S. V. Srinivasan, S Vigneswran, “ Degradation of phenol Naphthalene condensation product used in leather processing by ozonation” ICEPI-2012, International conference on Environmental Pollution and Impacts November 28-29, 2012, Paris, France.

  16. Rema Thankappan, Vinh Tien Nguyen, S. V. Srinivasan, JayaKandasamy, S Vigneswaran, R Alwar Ramanujam, “ Fenton’s oxidation as a pretreatment for the degradation of phenolic syntan followed by activated carbon adsorption” Proceedings of the International conference on Challenges in Environmental Science and Engineering (CESE-2012) 9-13, Sept 2012, Melbourne, Australia

  17. Dhanalakshmi Sridevi, S. V. Srinivasan, Anaerobic treatment of vegetable wastes for recovery of energy, 1st International Brainstorming Workshop on Waste to Energy in India, 24-25 August 1st International Brainstorming Workshop on Waste to Energy in India, organized by NEERI, Nagpur and Columbia University, USA, 24-25 August 2012, Mumbai, India.

  18. S. V. Srinivasan, R. Suthanthararajan, E. Ravindranath, Climate change and adaptation – Waste sector, International Scientific conference on Problems of adaptation to climate, Moscow, Russia, 7-9th Nov, 2011.

  19. S. V. Srinivasan, T. Swaminathan and D.V.S.Murthy, Decolourisation of textile dyeing wastewater using Trametes versicolor, Third International Prospective Current and Future state of Water Resources and the Environment, EWRI of ASCE conference, 5-7, January 2010 at IIT Madras, Chennai, India.

  20. S.V.Srinivasan, R. Suthanthararajan, K. Sri Balakameswari, E. Ravindranath, Energy Optimisation in Waste Treatment Plants, Twin World Congress on Recycling 2009 (R’ 09), 14-16 September 2009 at Davos, Switzerland

  21. S.V.Srinivasan, K. Sri Balakameswari, R. Suthanthararajan, E. Ravindranath, Solid waste management in Leather Industries, 1st International Conference and exhibition on Solid waste and Environment”, 12-14, August 2009 at Anna University, Coimbatore, India

  22. S.V.Srinivasan, K. Sri Balakameswari, R. Suthanthararajan, E. Ravindranath, Waste Treatment Processes in reduction of Global Impact” in International Conference on Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change, Bonn, Germany during 29th and 30th April 2009

  23. S.V.Srinivasan, K. Sri Balakameswari, R. Suthanthararajan, E. Ravindranath, Life cycle assessment for wastewater treatment, International Conference on Environment, Cultural, Economic and Social sustainability, University of Madras, 4 – 7, January, 2007
  24. S.V.Srinivasan, K. Sri Balakameswari, R. Suthanthararajan, E. Ravindranath Sustainable wastewater treatment system in tanneries – Life cycle assessment approach, 8th Asian Academic Network for Environmental safety and waste management, Dec 10-13, 2006, Anna University, Chennai
  25. K. Sri Balakameswari, K. Chitra, S.V.Srinivasan, R. Suthanthararajan, E. Ravindranath Waste Treatment Process for Recovery of Chromium from Leather Wastes, International Seminar on Mineral Processing Technology and Indo-Korean Workshop on Resource Recycling, March 8-10, 2006, National Metallurgical Laboratory (NML), Chennai
  26. S. Rajamani, E. Ravindranath, S. V. Srinivasan, K. Sri Balakameswari and T. Ramasami, “Major Integrated Environmental System for liquid and solid waste management in Calcutta Leather Complex”, Kolkata, Proc of International Conf. On Advances in Industrial Wastewater Treatment, Anna University, February 09-11, 2005, pp 477-486
  27. S. V. Srinivasan, E. Ravindranath and S. Rajamani, “Life Cycle Considerations for selection of Wastewater Treatment Alternatives”, Hands-on Workshop on Sanitation and Wastewater Management, ADB Headquarters, Manila, 19-20 September 2005
  28. S. V. Srinivasan and D. V. S. Murthy, Bioremediation for the management of Hazardous Wastes” at World Engineers Congress, Shanghai, China, November 02-06, 2004
  29. M. Sundaravadivel and S. V. Srinivasan, “Urban wastewater treatment in India: Status and issues of microbiological quality improvements”. Proc. Of International Conf. On WAPDEC, New Delhi, Dec 11-13, 2002, pp 949-954.
  30. S. V. Srinivasan and D.V.S.Murthy, “Application of Bio-treatment Technology for treatment of Recalcitrant Wastewaters”, Recovery, Recycling and Re-integration, 6th World Congress, Geneva, Switzerland, February 12-15, 2002.
  31. S. V. Srinivasan, “Energy from Municipal and Industrial Wastes”, EXPO – 2000 (Shaping the future), Hannover (Germany), July 17-19, 2000.
  32. S. V. Srinivasan and D.V.S.Murthy, “Fungal treatment of Wastewater containing Recalcitrant compounds”, Second Int. Conf. On Remediation of chlorinated and recalcitrant compounds, Monterey (USA), May 22-25, 2000.

National Conferences
  1. M.Kalaimathy, S. V. Srinivasan, Studies on reduction of Sludge generation from tannery wastewater treatment plant, Recent trends in civil and environmental engineering (TEQIP II-RTCEE), Anna University, BIT Campus Tiruchirappalli, March 21-22, 2014.

  2. K.A.Yazhini, G.Sivasankari, S. V. Srinivasan, R.Suthanthararajan, R.Palani, Removal of nutrients from wastewater using microalgae species, International Conference IPHE-ENVISION 2025, Chennai, TN, March 12- 14, 2014.

  3. K. Priyadharshini, T. Rema, S. V. Srinivasan, E. Ravindranath, S. Sivaraja and R. Parthiban, Simultaneous Nitrification and Denitrification of Tannery Wastewater in Sequencing Batch Reactor, International Conference IPHE-ENVISION 2025, Chennai, TN, March 12- 14, 2014.

  4. K.Priyadharshini, S. V. Srinivasan, E Ravindranath, Nitrification and denitrification of wastewater-A Review, National Conference and EXPO on Energy and Environment 2013 – Annamalai University, TN, Sep 20-21, 2013.

  5. G.Sivasankari, K.A.Yazhini, S. V. Srinivasan, R.Suthanthararajan, Algal system for wastewater treatment and energy generation, National Conference and EXPO on Energy and Environment 2013 – Annamalai University, TN, Sep 20-21, 2013.

  6. V.Dhanalakshmi Sridevi and S. V. Srinivasan, Anaerobic digestion of vegetable market wastes in semi continuous reactor: Optimisation of HRT and OLR using RSM statistical analysis, National Conference and EXPO on Energy and Environment 2013 – Annamalai University, TN, Sep 20-21, 2013.

  7. S. V. Srinivasan, E. Ravindranath, R. Suthanthararajan, K. Sri Balakameswari and Methane to Market and CDM as an opportunity in Municipal Waste Management, Methane to Markets – regional workshop on opportunities in livestock and food processing industry sector, 3-4 March 2009, TERI, New Delhi

  8. S. Jayanthi, R. Sundarrajan, and S. V. Srinivasan, “Synergistic effect of Kitchen refuse and Domestic sewage in Biogas production”, National Seminar on Anaerobic technologies for Waste Treatment, Madras, Dec. 14-15, 1997

Awards, Patents, Prizes
  1. DST-DAAD award under Exchange of Scientists under Engineering Sciences to visit Lebniz University, Hannover, Germany, 2011

  2. Life cycle assessment (LCA) award from UNEP for project proposal on “Improved leather processing and latest waste treatment technologies for sustainability of leather industry using LCA”.

  3. Third rank in university during Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engg.) in Bharathidasan University, Trichy.
  4. Awarded travel grant from UNESCO to participate in World Engineering Convention at Shanghai for paper presentation in 2004.
  5. Patent on “A Sustainable Landfill” (125/DEL/2006) has been patented for storing more quantity of sludge in minimum area using composite lines of concrete and HDPE
Consultancy and sponsored research projects

S.No

Title of the project

Role

Duration of projects

Sponsors

  1.  

CSIR Network Project- Development of End of Pipe Treatment Technologies with near Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) Concept and Safe Disposal of Solid Waste

Team Member

April 2002 –March 2007

 

CSIR Network

  1.  

Applied R & D project – Implementation of UASB System, Energy and Sulphur Recovery from solid and liquid Waste at Dindigul – 2000 m3/day – First of its kind in Asia

Team Member

July 2003 –2009
(490 lakhs)

R& D Sponsored by MNES, MoEF, CSIR and Industry

  1.  

Detailed Engineering for implementation of CETP at CLC, Kolkata – 30,000 m3/day in 6 Modules – Biggest of its kind in Asia

Team Member

March 2002-August
2006

(70 lakhs)

Govt of West Bengal

  1.  

Design and Detailed Engineering for implementation of CETP at SIPCOT Industrial Growth Centre, Perundurai – 2000 m3/day

Team Member

December 2002 –March 2006
(12 lakhs)

Council for Leather Exports, Chennai

  1.  

Removal of suspended and colloidal solids in the saline water stream for improved evaporation.

Team Member

July 2004
- March 2006
(4 lakhs)

Central Pollution Control Board, New Delhi

  1.  

Design and detailed engineering for Pretreatment Plants in individual tanneries at Kolkata–35 to 350 m3/day

Team Member

March 2004
- July 2006

(1.5 lakhs)

CLC Tanners Association, Kolkata

  1.  

Design and detailed engineering for implementation of CETP at Kunoor Leather park, Kunoor – 550 m3/day

Team Member

March 2003
- March
2005

(4 lakhs)

LIDCAP, Hyderabad

  1.  

Design and Detailed Engineering for implementation of secure landfill at 12 locations in Tamilnadu with capacities upto 1150000 m3 based on CLRI Patent

Team Member

March 2005
- March 2006

(62 lakhs)

AISHTMA, Chennai

  1.  

Modernization & Upgradation of CETP at Ranipet – 2000 m3/day

Team Member

July 2003
- March
2005

(2.5 lakhs)

Council for Leather Exports, Chennai

  1.  

Performance evaluation & Management Practices of 14 CETPs for Tanneries

Team Member

July 2003
- June 2004

(7 lakhs)

Central Pollution Control Board, New Delhi

  1.  

Performance evaluation of Effluent Treatment Plants (40 nos) for Tanneries at Erode

Team Member

Dec 2002
- June 2003

(10 lakhs)

Erode Tannery Association, Erode

  1.  

Design and Detailed Engineering for implementation of CETP at Leather Complex, Jalandhar – 5000 m3/day

Team Member

November 2002 –
March
2003
(4 lakhs)

Govt of Punjab

  1.  

Design and Detailed Engineering for implementation of CETP at Samba and Lassipura, J & K – 600 m3/day each

Team Member

June
2003 – July 2007

(10 lakhs)

Govt of Jammu and Kashmir

  1.  

Review of Environmental Statements and Development of New statement for Tanneries

Team Member

June 2004
- April 2006

(2.5 lakhs)

Central Pollution Control Board, New Delhi

  1.  

Technical service for upgradation of existing CETPs and implementation of RO system at 2 major Ambur & Vaniyambadi clusters under Cluster Develop. Programme of DIPP, Ministry of Com & and Industry, New Delhi.

Team Member

April 2005
- Dec 2009

(40 lakhs)

AEDOL, Chennai

  1.  

Design and Detailed Engg for Sewage Treatment Plant at Medical College, Pondicherry-1000 m3/day

Team Member

April 2009
- on going

(7 lakhs)

PWD, Puducherry

  1.  

Design and Detailed Engg. For Reverse Osmosis system and Reject Management at Erode and Melvisharam

Team Member

August
2006 – Dec 2009

(7 lakhs)

 

Council for Leather Exports, Chennai

  1.  

Comprehensive Industry Document for Leather industries

Team Member

August
2006 – Dec 2009

(12 lakhs)

Central Pollution Control Board, New Delhi

  1.  

Implementation of Common Effluent Treatment at Jalandhar

Team Member

August
2008 – Dec 2011

(42 lakhs)

PETS, Jalandhar

  1.  

Comprehensive Industry Document for Slaughter houses

Team Member

August
2009 – March 2015

(78 lakhs)

Central Pollution Control Board, New Delhi

  1.  

CSIR Network Project- Zero Emission Research Initiative in Leather

Team Member

April 2007 –March 2012

 

CSIR Network

  1.  

Benchmarking programme for Waste Management in Tanneries of Ethiopia

Team Member

Feb – Sep 2010
(600 lakhs)

Government of Ethiopia

  1.  

Twinning Project with Government of Ethiopia

Team Member & Activity Leader for Environment

August 2010
(1500 lakhs)

Government of Ethiopia

  1.  

Technical service for implementation of Ambur Trade Centre at Ambur funded by Ministry of Com & and Industry, New Delhi.

Team member

April 2010-March 2011
(2 lakhs)

Council for Leather Exports

  1.  

Technical service for implementation of Testing centre at Ranipet funded by Ministry of Com & and Industry, New Delhi.

Team member

April 2011-Dec 2014
(5 lakhs)

Council for Leather Exports

  1.  

Technical service for implementation of Testing and Training centre at Kanpur funded by Ministry of Com & and Industry, New Delhi.

Team member

April 2011--March 2015
(5 lakhs)

Council for Leather Exports

  1.  

Relocation of tanneries in Kanpur

Team Member

August 2011- April 2012
(30 lakhs)

Government of Uttar Pradesh

  1.  

CSIR Network Project coordinated by CSMCRI, Bhavnagar - Membrane and Adsorbent Technology Platform for Effective Separation of Gases and Liquids (MATES)

PI (CLRI)

August 2012 – On going

CSIR

  1.  

CSIR Network Project coordinated by IIP, Dehradun - Biomass to Energy (BIOEN)

PI (CLRI)

August 2012 – On going

CSIR

  1.  

CSIR Project of CLRI, Chennai Science & Technology Revolution in Leather with a Green Touch (STRAIT)

Team Member

August 2012 – On going

CSIR

  1.  

CSIR Project of CLRI, Chennai Zero Emission Research Initiative on Solid Waste (ZERIS)

Team Member

July 2012 – On going

CSIR

  1.  

Consulting Services for Sector Specific Study and Report for Tannery and Chrome Chemicals Sector in West Bengal

Team Member

July 2012 – March 2015
(36 lakhs)

West Bengal PCB with funding from World Bank

  1.  

Project Management consultant (PMC) for Implementation of Trade centre, testing lab and design studio at Agra

Team Member

July 2014 –On going
(86 lakhs)

Council for Leather Exports (Ministry of Commerce and Industry)

  1.  

Adequacy report for ETP at Shashun Pharma at Cuddalore

Team Member

Sep 2014 – Feb 2014
(4 lakhs)

Industry

  1.  

Preparation of Detailed Project Report for 50 MLD CETP, wastewater collection system and secure landfill for Tanneries at Jajmau, Kanpur

Team Member

Feb 2015- on going
(800 lakhs)

UP Jal Nigam, Kanpur

Other activities

  • Organised training programmes for faculties, researchers and students on “Biological Waste Water Treatment - Innovations, Perceptions& Challenges” 25th to 27th February, 2014 sponsored by TEQIP II in association with Govt College of Technology Coimbatore.

  • Organised training programmes for Municipal officials on “Environmental Management in Slaughter house” at Chennai and Hyderabad sponsored by Central Pollution Control Board, New Delhi

  • Organised training programmes for Pollution Control Boards officials on “Environment Audit and Environmental Statement for Tanneries” at Chennai and Hyderabad sponsored by Central Pollution Control Board, New Delhi

  • Organised workshops for Rehabilitation of Palar River basin along with Public Works Department with financial assistance of World Bank.