We reach to all stakeholders and get their support in making
our environment healthy and sustainable.
WELCOME TO IPCA
Indian Pollution Control Association(IPCA) is a not-for-profit, non-government organization(NGO), established in the year 2001 with the support of Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. It is registered under the Societies Registration Act 1860 and Section 80G of the Income Tax Act and India first register Producer Responsibility Organization (PRO) with Central Pollution Control Board(CPCB) for managing plastic waste at National level.
- Sustainable economic development of India in a way that it ensures environmental protection
- To improve livelihood through responsible use of natural resources for the welfare of present and future generations.
- To ensure proper recycling/processing of different kinds of waste to produce other useful consumable products.
- To provide solutions to environment and climate related problems.
Prof. Vasudevan is a Ph.D. / D.Sc. (Honoris Causa) Aston University / F.N.A.S. and retd. Professor at IIT, Delhi. She is Currently Honorary Professor at Delhi Technological University (DTU).
Prof. Sen is a Ph.D. / D.Sc. (Honoris Causa) Aston University / F.N.A.E. and Retd. Professor / Professor Emeritus in Department of Applied Mechanics, IIT Delhi. He is Currently Honorary Professor at Delhi Technological University (DTU).
Post Graduate in Environment Management, Ashish has an expertise in the area of solid waste management. Having a rich experience in planning and executing local and national level projects, he has been successful.
Radha is PhD from IIT Delhi and she is leading R&D division of IPCA with her previous working experience from CSIR- NEERI and Department of Civil Engineering IIT Delhi. She is author of many international publications on IAQ. Under her leadership.
Ajay leads the Education and Awareness division at IPCA. He is responsible for managing educational projects in educational institutions, urban residential colonies, slum communities and villages. He also strengthens the operation of waste management.
Dr. Shyamli Singh is Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Public Administration. Dr. Singh has her Ph.D in the ambit of Environmental management. She has wide experience in research and teaching. She has published several research papers.
Amit is a graduate in Commerce from Delhi University and has an expertise in managing finances. He provides valuable guidance and monitoring to IPCA and is the key resource person for making financial strategies. He has an eye for details and is very analytical.