Green Building Water Management | Centre for Science and Environment


Work Overview

The Green Building Water Management (GBWM) component focuses on water efficiency and conservation in buildings at the city level.  GBWM has a unified focus on promoting green buildings by undertaking a series of committed activities through research, policy advocacy, awareness and capacity building etc.

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Green CSE

In 1994 CSE moved to its new home in the Tughlakabad Institutional Area. The building was designed by the renowned Ahmedabad-based architects, Radhika Doshi Katpalia and B V Doshi and the five-storied structure is spread over 1000 sq/m.

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In 2010 CSE undertook a water audit for its office building, essentially aimed at further improving water efficiency and conserving every drop of water wherever possible. Although CSE has taken several efforts to reduce and reuse water over the years, but the building water audit was able to site specific areas where water efficiency can be further increased.

Updates

Contact Address

Dr. Suresh Kumar Rohilla
Programme Director
Email: srohilla@cseindia.org

Latest Clippings

The system will create a framework to define and assess how green the company is and highlight the way forward on how to turn greener With GreenCo Rating System, an initiative of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) Green Building Centre, is eying 100 companies by end of 2015 in India for this rating. The objective of GreenCo rating system is to create a framework to define and assess how green the company is and highlight the way forward on how to turn greener.
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