Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting, 19-23 January, 2009 | Centre for Science and Environment


Training Programme on Urban Rainwater Harvesting, 19-23 January, 2009

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List of participants
     

Amarpreet Singh Arora
Researcher
Urban Storm water management
Amritsar
amarpreet.amar007@gmail.com  

Patil. P. Y
Lecturer
Department of Environmental Sciences
University of Mumbai
Ratnagiri 
pypatil1984@gmail.com

Bhavesh Jani
Engineer
Municipal Corporation
Jamnagar 
jmccomm@sify.com

Devendra Singh Yadav
Civil engineer 
Firozabad
kuldeepy@yahoo.com

Habil Attarwala
Director
Furaat Earth Pvt.Limited
Ahmedabad
habil@furaat.com

Mohit Bhutani
Hindustan Construction Company,
Mumbai 
mohit.bhutani@hccindia.com

Suresh Soman
Delhi 
gtindia@rediffmail.com

Sandeep Adhyapak
Proprietor
Water technology 
Mumbai 
s_adhyapak@hotmail.com
info@waterfieldindia.com

 

Ayla Khan
Lecturer
Faculty of Architecture
Jamia Millia Islamia
New Delhi 
ayils@rediffmail.com

Bhargav Raval
Engineer
Municipal Corporation
Jamnagar Gujarat
Bhagla2001@yahoo.com

Pratyush
SPP Architects and Designers
Gurgaon 
spparch@gmail.com

Dhiraj Kanti Mondol
Young Horizons School
Kolkata 
ymws@sify.com

Nitish Jha
Fellow
The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)
New Delhi 
nitish.jha.07@gmail.com

Bimal Kumar Das
Sr project manager
Creative Hortifarms Pvt Ltd
Kolkata
dasbimal@gmail.com

T P Singh
New Delhi
sing.tp@gmail.com

Zubin Davierwalla
C/o Tex-Palazzo Hotel
Surat 
zube99_999@yahoo.com

Training Date: 
19-23 January, 2009

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