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Three environment-friendly ways of disposing of human waste have proven effective in various districts of Chhattisgarh.

According to the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) website, access to toilets has improved in India and 28 out of 36 states and Union Territories are now open defecation free (ODF). While that’s good news, managing faecal sludge in ODF states in an eco-friendly way continues to be a big challenge. 

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This 15 minute question-answer survey by WASH For India, a nonprofit working on water & sanitation in India, will help understand the repercussions of poor sanitation. The survey will also help the organisation recommend strategies to improve access to toilets in public areas, to appropriate government and institutional bodies. 

Hi,

I plan to start a packaged water plant. Can you please help me to know more about this business.

I have a land of 15 acres & I am planning to check if there is any water underneath.

  • What will be the Initial cost if I go for 3000 lph plant
  • Maintenance cost per year (including employee expenses, all bills, insurance etc.) 
  • Profit Margin

 

Thanks
Ajay

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Survey of school sanitation in seven blocks of Mysore district. The survey analysis aimed at exploring the availability and usage of infrastructure in schools regarding water and sanitation. Further, it also tried to explore the personal hygiene practices prevalent among school children, most importantly the handwashing habit.

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When will your training on EPANET start?

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Online survey by NEERI in cooperation with University of Liverpool on the functioning of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in India and the UK

National Environment Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) in association with University of Liverpool (UK) is conducting online survey on the functioning of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in India and the UK. The purpose of the survey is to reflect on the experiences of professionals with EIA in the past and also to look ahead to the future role of EIA.

The first three parts of the survey is based on what your experiences of EIA are while the fourth part relates to what EIA should be like. The survey is anonymous and completing it will take approximately 10 to 15 minutes of your time. Please note the ‘save’ option in the survey does not actually let you save and come back to the survey later.

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Hi,

I am an Environmental Planner and want to undertake designing and on site implementation of water harvesting and waste water treatment projects. Can anyone guide me to NGOs based in Delhi whom I can be associated with as a vounteer for such projects

Regards

Meesha

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Control Corrosion in India, an Open Source Knowledge Management group has launched an online survey for Corrosion Management in India on 15 August 2010.

Contant and Image Courtesy: Corrosion Management Survey in India

Iron Pillar DashboardWe CAN Control Corrosion in India, an Open Source Knowledge Management group has launched an online survey for Corrosion Management in India on 15 August 2010. Survey response for the period August-December 2010 reveals the importance of creating awareness for corrosion in India. Nearly half of the survey respondents say Little Focus is there for corrosion awareness in India.

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Winners of "Sanitation is sexy challenge" have been announced

Article and Image Courtesy: Acumen Fund
Author: James Wu

Sanitation is Sexy - Make it ObviousThe judges votes are in, and we’re excited to announce the winners for the Search for the Obvious Sanitation is Sexy challenge.

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Understanding the Polavaram project on the Godavari

Polavaram projectThis document published by IWMI and CGIAR describes the details of the Polavaram project, which has been planned by the state of Andhra Pradesh as a multi-purpose project:

  • to provide irrigation benefits to the upland areas
  • to provide a water supply to the industries in Visakhapatnam city, including the Steel Plant, for the generation of hydropower
  • for the development of navigation and recreation facilities.

The project envisages the construction of an earth-cum-rock filled dam that is 1,600 m long across the Godavari River at Polavaram, and about 42 km upstream of the Godavari Barrage at Dowlaiswaram.

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