Date: November 15-17, 2015
Venue: Khulna, Bangladesh
Center for Science and Environment (CSE) and Water Aid Bangladesh (WAB) are jointly organizing a 3 day training programme for capacity building of practitioners, academicians and government officials from Bangladesh on ‘Decentralised wastewater treatment (DWWT) and local reuse’.
The training aims towards creating an enabling environment for mainstreaming sustainable and affordable DWWT including local reuse in Bangladesh and across South Asia. The details of various training programmes, workshops, model projects and other activities including the list of alumni of earlier training programmes and feedback are available at - http://www.cseindia.org/taxonomy/term/21361/menu.
For a glimpse of the previous year’s training (November 10-13, 2014) click here.
The aim and objectives of the training programme are as follows:
To develop a cadre of practitioners with knowledge, skills and attitude for mainstreaming sustainable and affordable urban wastewater treatment including local reuse in Bangladesh.
• Understand the issues and challenges of wastewater treatment
• Update knowledge on existing / upcoming reforms, policies, standards, best management practices for efficient sewage treatment.
• Develop skills to plan, design and implement DWWT systems including local reuse
• Awareness on potential and benefits of mainstreaming DWWT including reuse in Bangladesh
The target group for this training will be practicing engineers, architects, academicians from universities and officials from government agencies like Water Supply and Sewerage Authority, Ministry of Housing and Public Works, Local Government Engineering Department (LGED) across Bangladesh.
Registration: By invitation from Water Aid Bangladesh.
For further information contact –
Dr. Abdullah Al-Muyeed
WASH, Water Aid, Bangladesh
Tel: +880-2-8815757 / +880-2-8818521
CSE, New Delhi
Dr. Suresh Rohilla
Programme Director- Water Management
Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi
Tel: +91-11-40616000, 29955124, 299956110 ext. 286
Fax. +91-11-29955879, Mobile: +91 - 9910317904