Water efficiency and conservation (WEC) creates alternative water resources, conserves existing and local resources, decreases demand for freshwater in cities and eventually stabilizes at the minimum threshold.
Centre of Excellence (CoE) Trainings (2014-2015/16) The Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) has designated Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) as a "Centre of Excellence" (CoE) for sustainable water management, under the "Capacity Building of Urban Local Bodies" (CBULB) scheme.
25th February, 2015 Venue: Tamarind Hall, Core 4B, Upper Ground, India Habitat Centre
Conference and training workshop on rainwater harvesting
This is a hands-on book based on exhaustive case studies on how rainwater harvesting (RWH) is being implemented, across India – in residential, institutional, and industrial/commercial segments. You will find cases that you can relate to, with all the details you would need, to implement RWH in your premises. Order now...
The national capital territory, (NCT), of Delhi receives 611 mm of rainfall on an average annually and the number of rainy days are as low as 20-30.