Vinod Tare

Vinod Tare
Compendium of sewage treatment technologies by Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
The data gathered for this project was assimilated for determination of treatment efficiency, treatment cost and land requirements of various technological options available for sewage treatment. Posted on 24 Jan, 2013 04:14 PM

This compendium of sewage treatment technologies by the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur has been prepared, based on primary and secondary data gathered from operation of sewage treatment plants (STPs) in the country over the last two decades.

"It is necessary to move away from a project-based approach towards a holistic perspective": Report of the dialogue on mainstreaming river basin planning held from 9 to 11 August 2011 (New Delhi)
Posted on 03 Feb, 2012 11:35 AM

This three day dialogue workshop on 'Mainstreaming river basin planning' held from 9th to 11th August 2011 in New Delhi intended to bring together activists involved in dam movements and other social and environmental movements, civil society groups, experts in water resources management, environment, river basin planning, officials from all the relevant ministries and departments and others concerned. Selected invitees from South Asian countries were also invited for sharing their views on transboundary issues.

Map of the Teesta basin showing the various planned dams

Suggestions for a modified approach towards implementation and assessment of Ganga Action Plan
The paper examines the need for an alternative implementation and assessment methodology of River Action Plans in India, through an illustration of ‘Ganga Action Plan' (GAP). Posted on 11 Jun, 2009 03:20 PM

This paper is written by Vinod Tare, Purnendu Bose and Santosh Gupta of IIT Kanpur to examine the need for an alternative implementation and assessment methodology of River Action Plans in India. The paper illustrates of ‘Ganga Action Plan' (GAP) and its implementation near Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, to assess the methodology.