Vasudevan Rajaram,Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, USA) and J.D. (Environmental and Energy Law, IIT Kent College of Law, Chicago, Illinois, USA), is Director of Municipal Infrastructure, CCJM Engineers Ltd., Chicago, Illinois, USA. He is a geotechnical and environmental engineer with 41 years of experience in managing complex waste management projects in the United States and India. Dr. Rajaram has published three books, and has presented over 50 articles in various national and international conferences.
Faisal Zia Siddiqui, Ph.D. (Energy and Environment, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi), is Associate Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh. He has more than 18 years of experience in the field of Environmental Engineering and has also worked with prestigious organizations, such as Sycom, Tetra Tech, CII and World Bank. Dr. Siddiqui's consulting and research experience is mainly in the field of solid/hazardous waste management, waste water management, urban air pollution, environmental auditing, EIA/EMP studies and environmental policy planning. He has numerous publications to his credit in various international and national conferences, seminars and journals. He has co-authored a book and contributed to book chapters in the field of energy and environment.
Sanjeev Agrawal, Ph.D. (Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Bratislava, Slovak Republic), is Additional Director (Scientist ‘E’), Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), MoEF&CC, Govt. of India, New Delhi. He is working in Pollution Assessment, Monitoring and Survey Division at CPCB, Coordinating Municipal Solid Waste Management, New Delhi, National Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Program (NAMP) Network in India and is a visiting faculty at School of Planning and Architecture (SPA), New Delhi and Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee. During 34 years of his career, he has contributed many technical reports, research articles, and published on different aspects of Environmental Pollution and Management.
Mohammad Emran Khan,Ph.D. (Delhi University), is Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. With teaching and research experience of over 30 years, he has worked as a member of the Task Force on 'Waste to Energy Projects', Planning Commission of India; and Co-Principal Investigator for the project titled 'Pilot Demonstration of Clean Technology for Landfill Gas Recovery' at Okhla site, Delhi, MoEF, Govt. of India. Dr. Khan has more than 20 publications in reputed journals and presented over 30 papers in Conferences/Workshops/Symposia. He is the author of the book From Landfill Gas to Energy: Technologies and Challenges, and editor of Energy and Environment. He has also contributed a chapter in Solid Waste Management—An Indian Perspective.