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Decentralised Waste Water Treatment


Decentralised Wastewater Treatment

A way to manage septage in Shimla

CSE has submitted a report on septage management in Shimla as a part of its deliverable as Centre of Excellence in the area of Water Management under Ministry of Urban Development. Shimla city, being highly undulating encounter problems in laying conventional, gravity flow sewer lines that will connect each and every house in all residential areas.

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Training programme on ‘Designing of Rainwater Harvesting for Sustainable Drinking Water Supply System’ organised by CSE


September 24th to 27th 2013

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), is the designated National Key Resource Centre for the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, Government of India in the year 2013-14, to conduct training programmes and workshops in the area of rural drinking water and sanitation for PHED officials and PRI representatives in Rajasthan, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.

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Date: September 24 to 27, 2013

Training programme on ‘Designing of Decentralised Wastewater Treatment Systems for Sustainable Rural Sanitation’ organised by CSE


December 3rd to 6th 2013

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), is the designated National Key Resource Centre for the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, Government of India in the year 2013-14, to conduct training programmes and workshops in the area of rural drinking water and sanitation for PHED officials and PRI representatives in Rajasthan, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.

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Date: December 3-6, 2013

|About Decentralised Waste Treatment

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.

Making water-excreta accounts

How will India supply drinking water in cities? Many argue the problem is not inadequate water. The problem is the lack of investment in building infrastructure in cities and the lack of managerial capacities to operate the systems, once created. This line of thought then leads logically to policy reform, to invite private investment and hand over public water utilities to private parties to operate.

Single drops of water make the mighty economy

The 2009 Southwest monsoon has finally arrived in many parts of the country—with a vengeance in several places—leading to flash floods and loss of lives. With images of rain and news of reservoirs getting filled up pouring down TV sets, our macro-economists are seemingly clueless about the damage the delayed and deficient monsoon will cause. Agriculture plays a marginal role in the nation’s gdp numbers and so, even if the crops fail, it will not make a dent in the growth rate, they say.

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