Municipalika 2009 Kolkata is the leading international exhibition & conference on public works, municipal services and urban development, in India. The event will provide a great forum for communication and exchange amongst the service providers to the government & public, the procurement decision makers and other stakeholders in effective administration of the country concerning urban development and housing. It will assemble foremost domestic and international companies, showcasing their innovation in waste management, urban utilities & services, infrastructure development, transport & traffic, etc. The 1st International Conference on Solid Waste Management (IconSWM 2009), organized by Centre for Quality Management System, Jadavpur University, will be held together with the exhibition. The theme of the conference is “Turning Waste into Ideas, Value Added Products, Processes, Services”. Municipalika 2009 is the only event fully dedicated to the municipal and urban solutions in India.
The targeted visitors at Municipalika Kolkata 2009 are:
Mayors, Municipal Commissioners and City managers, Public administrators, Civil Servants, Elected Office Bearers, Procurers of Stores, Supplies and Disposal Department, Traffic and Roads Department, Housing Building Department, Public Works Department, Public Health Engineering Department, Police, Civil Defence & Public Safety Departments like Fire, Health Services etc, Providers of Municipal and Urban Services & Utilities, Municipal & Government Contractors, Public and Private Security Agencies, Town Planners, Architects and Engineers, Water and Waste Experts, Real Estate & Township Developers & Builders, Construction & Infrastructure Developers, Building Owner's Associations & Housing societies, Estate and Facility Managers, Associations and NGOs dealing with water, waste and sanitation, Donor Agencies, Consultancy Groups, Media / Press
The targeted exhibitors at Municipalika Kolkata 2009 Exhibition include the companies/firms concerned with:
Solid Waste Management, Water & Waste-Water Management, Environment and Cleaning Technologies, Urban Infrastructure Development, Urban Utilities & Services, Public Security, Fire Safety and Disaster Management, Transport & Traffic, E-governance, Building and Construction, etc.