Training programme on Decentralised Wastewater Treatment Systems (DEWATS), CDD Society, Bangalore, May 27-31, 2013

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Organizers

Consortium for DEWATS Dissemination Society

Venue

Centre for Advanced Sanitation Solutions (CASS), Kengeri, Bangalore

About CDD Society

The Consortium for DEWATS Dissemination (CDD) Society is a not-for-profit organisation working in the field of decentralised basic need services across India. Decentralised solutions for wastewater treatment, water and energy supply, solid waste management and urban sanitation planning are successfully promoted for the past ten years.

Background

Today an estimated two billion people in the world do not have access to ‘adequate’ sanitation facilities. Indian cities generate 33,212 million litre of sewage per day (mld) but can treat only 6,190! The disposal of such huge volume of untreated domestic sewage from cities and towns is the biggest source of water pollution and environmental contamination in India.

In this context, there is an increasing need for scaling up decentralised approaches for adequate basic needs services. Decentralised wastewater treatment systems have an enormous potential in contributing to the development of sustainable environmental sanitation. The Consortium for DEWATS Dissemination (CDD) Society aims to bridge the gap by enhancing the capacities of service providers across the country.

Objective

The objective of this training programme is to introduce and impart engineering skills to professionals for designing and implementing DEWATS

Programme overview

The course duration is 5 days and it is scheduled from the 27th – 31st May 2013.  Various methods are involved, e.g.

  • Lectures and presentations
  • Case studies and practical workshops
  • Study tours and field visits

Eligibility criteria

The participants should have a minimum of 1-2 years of prior work experience in the water, sanitation and/or waste management sector. English language skills are required as that will be the medium of instruction and teaching.

Potential participants for this training course are from government and private organisations:

  • Engineers (sanitary, environmental, etc.)
  • Wastewater management practitioners
  • Architects
  • Other professionals with a background in related sectors such as water resource management, infrastructure, etc

Fee

The training programme is fully residential. The course fee is Rs. 15,000/- (Rupees Fifteen Thousand Only)for Indian residents and 325 € (Three hundred twenty five Euros) for international participants, which includes boarding and lodging, a training kit, all material and local travel.

The selected participants need to send a DD/Cheque for the above amount in the name of CDD Society, payable at Bangalore to the address given below.

Contact details

CDD Society
Survey No. 205 (Opp. Beedi Workers Colony),
Kommaghatta Road Bandemath, Kengeri Satellite Town, Bangalore 5600 60,
Tel/Fax: +91-80-28486700/2144
Email: capacitybuilding@cddindia.org,
Website: www.cddindia.org

May 27, 2013 9:00AM - May 31, 2013 6:00PM

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