Sustainable water management systems like harvesting rainwater and decentralised wastewater treatment including reuse and recycle can substantially increase the availability of water in areas where supply is scarce and has also become an economical and ecological benefit. The details of the programme (s) are as follows:
URBAN RAINWATER HARVESTING: Dec 10-11, 2013
Two day programme will focus on urban rainwater harvesting (RWH) and the potential it holds in augmentation of water availability by using public spaces to recharge their groundwater or store and reuse the rainwater. The participants will get the opportunity to plan and design a rainwater harvesting system.
DECENTRALISED WASTEWATER TREATMENT AND REUSE: Dec 12 - 13, 2013
Two day programme will focus on decentralised wastewater treatment (DWWT) including recycling and reuse. The training will provide hand on experience in planning, designing implementation of DWWTS and monitoring interactive seminars, detailed case studies on planning and designing and class room instructions.
The participants will get a good exposure of the select case studies implemented on the ground in and around Kandy and opportunity to interact with real users and implementers through a half day field visit during the training.
Who can apply? Practitioners (engineers/architects/planners), academics, consultants, students, researchers, representatives of non-governmental organization and government officials.
How to apply? For registration and training fees details please write to coordinators as follows -
Dr. Deblina Dwivedi, Deputy Programme Manager
Water Management, CSE Delhi Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, mobile: + 91 9899596661