‘Decentralised Wastewater Treatment and Reuse December 11-14,2009 | Centre for Science and Environment


‘Decentralised Wastewater Treatment and Reuse December 11-14,2009

 

 
List of participants
   

  

Meena Shirole
Draftsman 
EPCO, Bhopal

Monika Shrivastava 
Architect
EPCO, Bhopal

J P Namdev
Project Supervisor
EPCO, Bhopal
 
Rajesh Mishra
Investigator
EPCO, Bhopal
 
Vibhavari P Vaidya
Assistant Executive Engineer
PWD,Amravati
Maharashtra
 
Rajput Gajendra Hiralal
PWD World Bank Project Division
Aurangabad
Maharashtra

Niranjan A Telang  Executive Engineer PWD,Nagpur Maharashtra

 
Amrutraj Y Patil
Deputy Executive Engineer
Public Works Division, 
Yavatmal, Maharashtra
 
Rajkumar Engineer
PWD Osmanabad Maharashtra
 
Bhagwan Bhutekar
 
S V Daithankar
Assistant Engineer II
PWD, Osmanabad Maharashtra
 
A T Ahirrao 
Sectional EngineerPWD,
Nashik Maharashtra
 
S G Deshpande
Executive Engineer
PWD,Ahmednagar Maharashtra
 
Smt V S Bhujbal Assistant Engineer
GrI PWD Sub Division III,
Thane Maharashtra

 


 

Mini Jain
Draftsman

Sanjay Kishanrao Waichale 

Sectional Engineer
Raigad PW Circle, 
Navi Mumbai Maharashtra
Baravkar Dhanyakumar Dattatray
Assistant Executive Engineer
PWD Road Development Division No.III
Panvel Maharashtra
 
Rashmi R Dole

Assistant Engineer
PWD Amravati Maharashtra
 

Vijay Atmaram Patil
Assistant Executive Engineer


Misal Shyam Shravan Executive Engineer   PWD,Nashik Maharashtra

 
Ajit Arvind Sagne 
Superintending Engineer
PWD,Nagpur Maharashtra
 
Kishor Govindrao Agham 
Sectional Engineer
PWD, Washim Maharashtra
 
Bate Krishna Pandey
Nagar Nigam, Bareilly UP
 
Jeevan 
Nagar Nigam. Jhansi UP
 
Rajesh Yadav
Assistant Engineer
Nagar Nigam,
Ghaziabad UP
 
Sunil Annasaheb Wandhekar 
Superintending Engineer
PWD,Aurangabad Maharashtra

Sifti Haider
Engineer
Nagar Nigam,
Agra UP

Manju
Rani Gupta
Executive Engineer
Nagar Nigam,
Ghaziabad UP

 

Announcements

  • Currently, India is far off-track in achieving its sanitation targets. Apart from open defecation and lack of sanitation facilities in urban and rural areas; the management of septage has been largely neglected and is not a priority due to the lack of awareness of its heavy contribution to environmental degradation, poor sanitation and ill-effects to health. “Septage” is the waste that accumulates in onsite sanitation systems (OSS e.g.

  •  Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an important tool to inform decision- makers, regulators and stakeholders, about the possible environmental, social and economic costs of the proposed project.

  • The increase in urbanisation has led to increase in the fresh water demand along with wastewater generation. The current water crisis is attributed to mismanagement of water resources and emphasis on the energy as well as resource intensive centralised urban water management. Need is, for the practitioners and user communities, to implement sustainable and affordable decentralised water management practices. This short term five day course will focus on – designing rainwater harvesting (RWH) and decentralised wastewater treatment (DWWT) systems including local reuse.

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