The Indian Institute of Management (IIM) in Indore on Tuesday launched a centre, which will teach urban bodies waste disposal techniques and ways to earn from waste processing. IIM Indore Director Himanshu Rai formally inaugurated the centre of excellence named “Anveshan” on Tuesday. “Through this centre, we will train mayors, councillors and policy makers from across the country on issues related to water, cleanliness, urban waste disposal, earning from waste processing, so that their capacities can be increased,” Rai said on the occasion. The first batch of "Anveshan" will start from July 31, under which four-day training will be given to municipal commissioners of 25 cities in the country, an official said.