This guide explains all stages of the sanitation chain for urban centres dependent on onsite sanitation systems (OSS)
Gurugram (erstwhile Gurgaon), a satellite town in the National Capital Region (NCR) and referred to as a ‘Millennium City’, is one of Haryana’s largest urban centres.
Date: December 21-23, 2016 Venue: Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi Language: English Background
CSE to help prepare city sanitation plans for four towns in Bihar
The discharge of untreated sewage and the ensuing bacterial contamination of surface water bodies pose a health risk in its reuse, be it for a variety of domestic purposes including safe drinking water, as well as exposing farmers who often use raw sewage or polluted streams to meet their irrigation needs.
Kerala needs to understand how sewage and excreta flow through its cities and identify intervention areas
How do cities dispose of excreta? What is the most sustainable way to do it? CSE-organised workshop attempts to look for answers
While the Delhi government has been debating on what needs to be done to clean the river, the pollution levels have only worsened. In its book Sewage Canal: How to Clean the Yamuna, published in 2007, the Centre for Science and Environment reported that the Delhi stretch of the river is not only dead but had an overload of coliform contamination. Two years later, the pollution data shows no respite to the river.
In today’s world sewage treatment is a challenge for all practitioners.
New Delhi-based research and advocacy body, Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) releases its study on water and wastewater management in Meerut Meerut depends on groundwater -- inspite of the Ganga, Yamuna and the Kali Nadi in its vicinity. Ground sources diminishing at an alarming rate Only 25 per cent of the city’s households are connected to the underground sewerage system. No sewage treatment