Domestic wastewater treatement and reuse ( 27 to 30, January, 2009 ) | Centre for Science and Environment


Domestic wastewater treatement and reuse ( 27 to 30, January, 2009 )

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List of participants
     

Tarun Jayaram
Architect
New Delhi –16
trooooo@gmail.com
 
Usha Tummala
Architect 
Madhapu
Hyderabad
utummala@gmail.com
   
Deepak Tiwari
Project Cordinator 
Jabalpur M.P- 482001
act_org@rediffmail.com, adhbudh@yahoo.com

Ashay Aren
Urban programmes
Indore(M.P)
ashay_aren@yahoo.com

Ms.Vanya De Jong
Researcher
Holland
postvoorvanya@gmail.com

Arvind Parmar
Architect
Mumbai
arvindparmar2007@gmail.com

Madhu Shankar
Architect
Ayanagar
New Delhi
Madhu.shankar@hotmail.com

Salim Vanzar
Architect
Mulud (w)
Mumbai-95
Salim@akpbsi.org


 

Anish Babvani
Architect
Gujrat
anishbabvani@yahoo.com

Prakash Lamichhane
Engineer
Kathmand
Nepal
prklam@hotmail.com

Ms Charushree Nakarmi
Engineer
Kathmandu
Nepal
csnakarmi@gmail.com

Bashabi Das Gupta
Architect
New Delhi-110019
dolo_dasgupta@hotmail.com

Jayesh Mistry
Architect
Mumbai- 400020 
j.mistry@rediffmail.com

Meesarapu. Raja Babu
Manager
West Bengal
kgp_rajababu@sancharnet.in
mrajababu@brbnmpl.co.in

H.V.Neerajakshappa
Engineer
west Midnapure
neerajakshappa@gmail.com , neerajakshappa@brbnmpl.co.in


 

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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