2nd training course on rain water harvesting, Indian Water Works Association, 9th & 10th April 2011, Mumbai

Indian Water Works Association

Organizer: Indian Water Works Association

Venue: Conference hall, IWWA head quarters building, Mumbai


  • India’s rich tradition of rain water harvesting & current paradigms
  • Understanding basics of groundwater hydrogeology
  • Planning, designing, construction process, maintenance & monitoring Mechanisms for costing, water quality issues, treatment options , filters etc
  • Models for Residential & Institutional buildings, colonies, industries, public areas like parks, Airports, Afforested areas etc.
  • Water policy & Legislation : Fiscal incentives & disincentives
  • Strategies for catalyzing rain water harvesting , Experiences & Examples


Every summer there is a big hue & cry for drinking water in our cities. Rapid urbanization is leading to overexploitation & pollution of water resources which leads to water scarcity, whereas on the other hand the demand for water increases every day.

In this regard, IWWA is organizing a two days training programme which involves classroom lectures by experts, site visit to rain water harvesting projects in city, practical exercises by participant in designing of a model RWH scheme.

This training will also equip participants with planning & designing skills of rain water harvesting for storing of rain water for direct use & Techniques for Ground water recharge.

Course fee: Rs. 2,000. (for IWWA members: Rs. 1,500)

Download the below attachment for more details and registration form

Contact Details:
Ulhas Paranjpe
Course Coordinator
Indian Water Works Association,
MCGM Compound,Pipeline Road,
Vakola, Santacruz (East)
Mumbai - 400 055.
Ph: 09820788061
Email: info@iwwa.info
Website: http://iwwa.info

April 9, 2011 12:00AM - April 10, 2011 12:00AM