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Survey of CEMS Implementation in India

CEMS expert Committee Introductory Meeting

Background

CSE strongly believes that it is crucial to involve the key CEMS stakeholders in the process of implementation of CEMS in India. This is why, the CEMS expert committee has been set-up to support, provide feedback and guide on the initiative taken by CSE in this direction. The expert committee constitutes following members:

  1. J. S. Kamyotra, Director, CPCB

  2. D. Saha, Incharge & Head- Air Laboratory, CPCB

  3. Abhijit Pathak, Scientist B, Air Laboratory, CPCB

Conference on Continuous Emissions Monitoring System- International Experience

Roundtable on “Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEMS) in India- challenges and way ahead”

A half day meet on “Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEMS) in India- challenges and way ahead” was organized by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) on 24th February 2016. The meeting had participants from central pollution control board (CPCB), state pollution control boards (SPCBs) and other key stakeholders to discuss the challenges facing the CEMS implementation and suggestions to address these issues.

Workshop on Continuous Emission Monitoring System

A day long workshop on “Continuous Emission Monitoring System” was organized by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) on 21st July 2015 at CSE, Tughlakabad Institutional Area, New Delhi. This was the first attempt from CSE to understand and identify the issues in the newly introduced CEMS. 

Training Program on Preparation of City Sanitation Plan City’s Journey Beyond ODF- Part I

September 20-22, 2016 (Patna, Bihar)

The first handholding training on the “Preparation of City Sanitation Plan (CSP)- Part I” took place at Hotel Chanakya, Patna, Bihar from 20-22 September, 2016. 

The training is part of a five stage handholding process for the preparation of CSPs for select Ganga basin cities. 

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Training of Trainers (ToT) on “Preparation of excreta flow diagram (Shit Flow Diagram-SFD)” on 07-08 September 2016

Water Programme team conducted a Training of Trainers (ToT), under SFD Promotion Initiative. The training was held from 7th to 8th of September 2016. The purpose of this ToT was to endow the trainers with SFD tool working in the WASH sector. The aim of the training was to capacitate sector plays and have multipliers who could use SFDs as an advocacy and intervention tool in septage management to achieve SDGs. There were 22 participants from national and international organisations. Four international participants were from Kenya Water Institute (KEWI) and Water Aid Bangladesh.

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