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Training of Trainers of Testing of Faecal waste (Sewage and Sludge)

The training is part of three stage handholding process – an initiative by CSE to support other existing laboratories in Ganga basin states and across India. The focus of ToT is to create multipliers – mid level lab technicians and lab managers who can further train fellow technicians as well as contribute to effectively monitoring any decentralized treatment system that manages wastewater/ faecal sludge in long run as certified laboratory. The details of proposed handholding training is as follows -  

National Seminar(s) “Mainstreaming Sustainable Urban Water Management: Issues and Challenges in Policy and Practice”

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National Seminar(s) on Mainstreaming Sustainable Urban Water Management

Venue: Magnolia Hall, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Date: December 27, 2016

Seminar 1: Mainstreaming urban water conservation and efficiency

Seminar 2: Mainstreaming energy efficiency in urban water/ wastewater management in the wake of climate change

 

 

Training programme on Faecal Sludge Management Toolbox

Date: January 9 to 12, 2017 

Venue: Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) and National Faecal Sludge & Septage Management (NFSSM) Alliance in collaboration with Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) has conducted four days training on “Faecal Sludge Management (FSM) Toolbox” for BMGF grantees.  

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Date: January 9 to 12, 2017

AMRUT Orientation Training Programme for Elected Representatives of Jharkhand

Two Week Foundation Course on How to Develop Water Quality Management Plan

Training Programme on Mine Management and Compliance Assurance

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY - PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION

Training Programme on Environmental Impact Assessment

Antibiotics in fishes

Use of antibiotics is strongly linked with antibiotic resistance. Just like in humans, antibiotic overuse and misuse in rearing food animals such as chicken, fish, dairy and pigs is known to cause emergence and spread of resistance. Besides food and direct contact, waste from such animal and aquaculture farms carrying antibiotic residues and resistant bacteria spreads resistance to larger environment and affects human health. 

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