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Decentralised Waste Water Treatment


Decentralised wastewater treatment systems

With the increasing urban population, there is a tremendous stress on basic amenities like water and sanitation. Sustainable wastewater management calls for a system where wastewater is regarded as a resource which can be recycled and reused. Both communities and watersheds require an integrated approach which is affordable, adaptable and responsive to local needs.

Training programme on Sustainable Water Management for practicing professionals, students and researchers of Nepal, July 5-9, 2012

Training programme on Sustainable Water Management was organised by Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) in collaboration with the Centre for Integrated Urban Development (CIUD),

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Decentralised wastewater treatment systems

CSE has reviewed and documented select case studies that present innovative, sustainable and affordable ways of treating the sewage locally including reuse/recycle. The case studies comprise of the wastewater treatment systems which have been implemented at individual, community/cluster and at municipal level. To see the state- wise distribution of the implemented projects
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Training Programme on Decentralised Wastewater Treatment & Reuse in Bangladesh: March 3-6, 2012

CSE under its South Asia Programme organized the second batch of training programme on ‘Decentralised Wastewater Treatment and Reuse’ from 3-6 March, 2012 in partnership with Water Aid Bangladesh.

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Briefing workshop on New Paradigms of Urban Wastewater Treatment – Challenges and Options, Kathmandu, Nepal

CSE jointly with Centre for Integrated Urban Development (CIUD), Nepal organized a briefing workshop on ‘New Paradigms of Urban Wastewater Treatment – Challenges and Options at Kathmandu, Nepal on February 13, 2012.  

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