Domestic wastewater treatement and reuse ( November, 24 - 28, 2008 ) | Centre for Science and Environment

Domestic wastewater treatement and reuse ( November, 24 - 28, 2008 )

List of participants

Shri D.N.Tupeka 
Executive Engineer,
Dist-Ahmednagar (M.S.)

Shri Y.B.Lakhani
Sub-Divisional Engineer,
Bandhkam Bhavan,
Nashik (M.S)

Shri V B Malunde 
Assistant Enginer
Dist.Nashik (M.S)

Shri V.M.Donglikar
Sub-Divisional Engineer,
Dist-Ahmednagar (M.S)

V D Pathak

Sub-Divisional Engineer,
Dist .Jalgaon (M.S)

Shri S.P Rajguru
Sub-Divisonal Engineer,
Dist.Jalgaon (M.S)


Shri A D Deoren  
Assistant Engineer
Dist. Nashik (M.S)

Shri R R Saraf
Sub-Divisional Engineer
Dist Nashik (M.S)

Shri M.N Thombare 
Sub_Divisional Engineer
Dist.jalgaon (M.S)

Shri S P Aaher     
Assistant Engineer
Nashik (M.S)

Shri S G Inamdar 
Assistant Engineer
Dist.Nashik  (M.S)

N M Parmer
Deputy Executive Engineer
Jamnagar Municipal Corporation



  • 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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