Training on “Domestic Wastewater Treatment & Reuse” August 24-28, 2010 | Centre for Science and Environment

Training on “Domestic Wastewater Treatment & Reuse” August 24-28, 2010

List of participants

Niladri Baran Samal
Earth Foundation

Parag. Avinash. Purohit
M. Tech Environmental engineering
Walchand College of Engineering Sangli

Kirti Avishek
Assistant Professor
Birla Institute of Technology (BIT)
Environmental Engineering


Dr, Rajesh S. Manerikar
Research Associate
Inernational Institute of Waste Management

Mahender Bichhelia
MBA student
Sikkim Manipal university

Sanjay Kondaji Falle
Agriculture Assistant

Kamalakar D. Sadhale
Nirmal Vishwa
Sasjotishi Colony

Yasoda Shrestha
Project Officer
Environment and Public Health Organization

Murlidhar Wamanrao Belkhode
Nisarg Seva Samiti Wardha   





Abhishek Sharma      
Master inLandscape Architecture-
Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Dennis Cardoen
Student of masters in environmental sanitation
University of Gent , Belgium

Mudit Mishra
B. tech Water Resource Student

Sanchita Deb Roy
Student MSc Ecology and Environment

Shraddha Suresh
Student of BA (H) economics

Sanjay Suresh Ranade
Ranade & Associates


Komal P Mehta
Assistant Professor& research scholar
M.S. university
K.J. Institute of Engg. & Technology

Namrata Shenoy
Student B. tech, Environmental Engg.
SJCE, Mysore Karnataka

Gargi Singh
Student B. Tech in computer science engg.
PunjabTechnical University

Kanagraj G
Programme officer
Greentech Knowledge Solutions Pvt. Ltd.



  • The financial institutions have an important role to play when it comes to reducing environmental and social risk associated with a project. Their role becomes significantly important considering severe capacity gap with different institution entrusted with the job. Therefore, it is imperative for the financial institutions to conduct a proper due diligence of a project before financing them. This will not only save them from reputational risk but also from financial risk.

  • Date:  November 30 – December 3, 2015
    Venue: Nairobi, Kenya
    Language: English

  • Date: 7-9 December, 2015

    ‘Septage’ is both solid and liquid waste that accumulates in onsite sanitation systems (OSS) e.g. septic tanks. This has three main components – scum, effluent and sludge. It has an offensive odour, appearance and contains significant levels of grease, grit, hair, debris and pathogenic micro organisms. The construction and management of OSS are left largely to ineffective local practices and there is lack of holistic septage management practices.

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