Decentralised Waste Water Treatment | Centre for Science and Environment


Work Overview

Mainstreaming decentralised wastewater recycling and reuse through research, policy advocacy and training.  The objective is to build a movement across India and in South Asia for onsite wastewater management through networking and partnership with architects/planners, RWAs/institutions, local NGOs/CBOs, ULBs and parastatal agencies for  implementation of model projects.

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Reinvent, Recycle, Reuse - Toolkit on Decentralised Wastewater Management

In today's world sewage treatment is a challenge for all practitioners. The call of the hour is to reuse and recycle the used water. We have thoroughly researched and collected a large number of case studies to update our understanding, and address the issue efficiently.

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Do It Yourself: Recycle and Reuse Wastewater

This is the second edition of our Wastewater Recycling Manual. The manual presents real-life case studies of wastewater treatment methods adopted in various parts of India.

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Faecal Attraction - A Film from CSE

Faecal Attraction is the latest film from CSE which is about the absurd relationship between rich people's shit and poor people's water.

Training Programs & Capacity Building

Decentralised Wastewater Treatment Training Programs: Alumni

Training programmes focus on rendering improved capacities and understanding about decentralised approaches to municipalities under Centre of Excellence Programme of Ministry of Urban Development in order to establish decentralised wastewater treatment plants , particularly in un-sewered areas that would facilitate recycling and reuse of wastewater and also to general practising professionals of India and South Asia.

Contact Address

Dr. Suresh Kumar Rohilla
Programme Director
Email: srohilla@cseindia.org
Dr. Deblina Dwivedi
Deputy Programme Manager
Email:deblina@cseindia.org
Mob: +91-9899596661
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