Domestic wastewater treatement and reuse ( 25 to 29, August, 2008 ) | Centre for Science and Environment


Domestic wastewater treatement and reuse ( 25 to 29, August, 2008 )

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List of participants
     

Dr. Pradirkumar B.Acharya
Microbiologist
Ahemdabad
acharya_pradip@yahoomail.com

Sarang Vaman Yadwadkar

Activist
Pune- 411030
sarang@vsnl.com

Anita Verma
Scientist
Bhopal-16
anita@epco.in , ani.verma@rediffmail.com

 Sanjeev Ramchandra Sonawane
Nasik
      
Vikas Gangadhar Mahale
Assistant Engineer
Nashik
mahalevikas@rediffmail.com

Aravind Baburao Suryawanshi Executive Engineer
Maharashtra
      
Suresh Devrao Jadhav
Building Construction 
Maharashtra –422002
      
Nana Shankar Chavan
Sectional Engineer
Nashik Maharashtra
nana_chavan1@yahoo.com

Sanjay Dattatray Sonawane

Executive Engineer
Maharashtra sdsonawane_5555@yahoo.com

 




 

Kishore Dattatraya Doiphode Superintending Engineer
Maharashtra
     
Chandrashekhar Shikhare
Sub divisional Engineer
Maharashtra
jijaau@gmail.com

Manojkumar R Joshi
Civil Engineer 
Ahmedabad
      
Nitin V.Borole
Assistant Engineer 
Dist. Jalgaon
nitinborole@hotmail.com

Dr. Shreyas A Bhatt
Professor
Gujarat –384265
shreyas_bhatt@yahoo.co.in, sabhatta9@gmail.com

Vijay Shankarrao Marathe
Sub –divisional officer
Maharashtra
     
Dr. Vinita Vipat
Senior Research Officer
Bhopal-16
vinitavipat@epco.in, vinitavipat @yahoo.co.in

Chandrashekar Narayan Kulkarni Assistant Engineer
Maharashtra
cnkulkarni @gmail.com

Rajendra D. Ahav
Maharashtra
rajendra.adhave@rediffmail.com


 

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