Residential Training: Managing Water and Wastewater in Rural Regions of India

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Residential Training: Managing Water and Wastewater in Rural Regions of India

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) invites applications for its four-day residential training programme on some key facets of water and wastewater management in rural areas, with a focus on India. The programme will cover Rainwater Harvesting, Groundwater Recharge, Water Conservation Practices and Greywater Management. It will be conducted in CSE’s state of- the-art residential training facility in Nimli, near Alwar, in Rajasthan.

CSE, one of the Global South’s leading think tanks on environment and development, has a legacy of over 30 years of work in water and sanitation management in South Asia and Africa. The training programme will leverage CSE’s expertise, experience and content to help participants understand concepts of water conservation and scientific approaches for planning rainwater harvesting and groundwater recharge systems which would augment water sources in rural areas.
   
 WHAT DOES THE PROGRAMME OFFER YOU?

The context, concepts and key issues – water conservation, rainwater harvesting, groundwater and greywater management etc
Water budgeting at household and village levels
Preparing a decision matrix to decide on type, design and cost of groundwater recharge and rainwater harvesting structures
Planning, designing and implementation of rooftop rainwater harvesting systems; postimplementation maintenance and monitoring
Understanding the impacts of groundwater recharge and the process of monitoring groundwater and surface water recharge systems
Role of Remote Sensing (RS) and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) in planning watershed management; watershed designing using GIS tools; advanced features of RS and GIS to map and manage groundwater resources
Difference between greywater and blackwater; understanding pollutant levels and impact of untreated greywater; technologies available for greywater treatment; sensitizing communities about the consequences of using untreated greywater
Background, feasibility, site identification, design specifications, operational details, implementation requirements and financial details of individual and community leach pits/magic pits/kitchen gardens
Conveyance mechanisms for greywater from source to the treatment solution
Technical description and designing of village-level greywater treatment systems; detailing specifications of waste stabilization ponds, DWWTS, soil biotechnology, etc.
Field visits

 
   
HIGHLIGHTS

Course fee: Rs 25,600 per person*
10% early bird discount on course fee
25% discount on course fee for industry professionals, professors/teachers and consultants
50% discount on course fee for PhD researchers, students and participants from NGOs


Covers travel by road from Delhi to Nimli and back, boarding and lodging at Nimli and all training content material
   
 Click here to read more : www.cseindia.org/residential-training-ma...gions-of-india-11518
   
 For further details, please contact
   
Faraz Ahmad/Swati Bhatia, Course Coordinator,
Rural Water and Waste Managent, CSE
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Mob No: 8860933075, 9911339540

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