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Training Programme on "Technical Solutions and Management Aspects of Common Effluent Treatment Plants in India"

The Indo German Environment Partnership (IGEP) of the Indo German Development Cooperation has “Common Effluent Treatment Plants/Industrial Wastewater Management” as one of the core topics. As part of the cooperation on this core topic, GIZ-IGEP in partnership with CII-Triveni Water Institute (CII-TWI) organized a two and a half day training programme on "Technical Solutions and Management Aspects of Common Effluent Treatment Plants" during March 3-5, 2014 in New Delhi. The objective of the training programme was to share experience and knowledge to the government officials, CETP operators and managers, CETP consultants etc. who are handling CETPs in India and discuss on challenges and solutions.

Dr. Christian Kazner from FHNW (University of Applied Sciences and Arts, North Western Switzerland), was the lead international faculty for the training programme. Apart from him, Mr. Emmanuel Oertle from FHNW, speakers from GIZ, Bayer Technology Services, Enpro-Envirotech, and TWIC also deliberated on various specific topics and resource person from CII- Triveni Water Institute shared the relevance of ‘Best Available Techniques’ with reference to the CETPs in India.

The Training Programme focused on technological challenges with Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETPs), operation and maintenance of CETPs, technical and operational challenges of CETPs, advanced wastewater treatment technologies, performance evaluation of CETPs, industrial water reuse, monitoring of CETPs and Data evaluation, decision support in design of CETPs, approach for upgrading/retrofitting a CETP, supporting measures at source: cleaner production and the role of ETPs, introduction to Best Available Techniques Reference Documents (BREFs) etc. CETP plant visit also was organized as part of the training to give the participants an on-site experience of the various challenges that the plants face and to discuss possible solutions thereof.

 

The training programme had participants from the government, regulatory bodies, CETP managers, industrial estate development agencies, industry members, technology providers and CETP consultants.

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