Training Programme on Domestic Wastewater Treatment and Reuse
Date: August 24 - 28, 2010
The water and sewage management in cities will determine the quality of life in urban India. Most cities are today water stressed, unable to cope with the water demand of the growing urban populations and to treat the resulting wastewater.
There is an urgent need to develop the capacity of NGOs, academicians, architects, engineers and environment managers so they understand India’s nightmarish water pollution situation and gain an understanding of various decentralized approaches in treating sewage.
Centre for Science and Environment recognizes this need and has designed a hands-on 5 day training programme on “Domestic Wastewater Treatment and Reuse”. After the programme, the participants shall have exposure and better understanding of:
Urban water management in India and status of sewage generation and treatment in cities
Fundamentals of wastewater treatment
Treatment and reuse of treated wastewater from STPs
Decentralized approaches in treating sewage and economics of DEWATS
New and emerging on site technologies in domestic wastewater treatment: Bioremediation,Ecosanitation,Rootzone treatment system,Water efficient sanitation practices
Economics of decentralized wastewater treatment systems
Planning, designing, implementation and monitoring of localized wastewater treatment systems
Tools: Class room lectures by experts, site visit to model wastewater treatment and reuse projects, practical exercises and presentations by participants, reference materials and film screening. Course Fees: Rs 8,800 for professionals (including builders, architects and engineers). 50% discount for academics, students and NGOs. Please note course fees doesn’t include travel and accommodation. Course Venue: Centre for Science and Environment, 41 Tughlakabad Institutional Area, New Delhi
Last date for applying: August 16, 2010
Registration: Kindly email email@example.com
Selection will be done on first come first basis.
Send your query by mail or fax to:
Merajuddin Ahmad, Water Management Unit
Centre for Science and Environment
41, Tughlakabad Institutional Area, New Delhi – 110062,
Ph: 91-11-2995 5124, 6394, 6399, Mobile: 9899820945 Fax: 91-11-2995 5879
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.