APRIL 12 AT PUNE
In 2017 "Waste water"
In 2017, the World Water Day campaign turns the spotlight to wastewater and how we can reduce and reuse to help achieve Sustainable Development Goal."Every drop counts"
Mark your calendar for World Water Day 2017 on Wednesday April 12 at Yashwantrao Chavan Academy of Development Administration (YASHADA) Baner Road,Pune.Time:9.30am-05.30pm.
Vision India is proud to take an initiative on water conservation. 'Water and Wastewater', the year
2017 provides an important opportunity to consolidate and build upon the previous World Water Days
to highlight the symbiosis between
water and wastewater in the quest for sustainable development.
It gives us immense pleasure to introduce Vision India, a niche consulting and market analytic
firm with a consistent track record of successfully organizing educationally focused events & conferences. O
ur objective is to address timely and relevant issues.
Participants will get an opportunity to learn more about the theme of World Water Day and how wastewater is
perceived as a valuable resource in the circular economy and its safe management as an efficient investment
in the health of humans and ecosystems.
Indian's fortunes in this century will be dictated by how well it can manage its water resources. Water is the
critical resource which can enhance India's economic growth, improve the quality of life of its people and
ensure environmental sustainability.
Inviting Speakers, Sponsors & delegates at one day workshop on "Water and Wastewater" in the circular economy and
its safe management as an efficient investment in the health of humans and ecosystems. Recycle Water for
Future- An environment protection initiative. at Yashwantrao Chavan Academy Of Development Administration
(YASHADA), Raj Bhavan Complex, Baner Road, Pune.
Objective of this workshop is to address the growing need to manage water resources, water shortage problem and
the initiatives taken to conserve and optimize the use of this precious resource.
Shortage of water has resulted in ground water reserves being tapped in many areas, often to unsustainable levels.
The cost structure in industries has also been adversely affected by stiff water tariffs. With this scenario it
has become an attractive proposition to adopt simple and cost-effective alternative solutions to conserve and
The workshop aims at getting together the stakeholders, which includes Policy Makers from Govt of India,
State of Maharashtra, experts from Industries, Builders / Architects, City planners, Municipal Corporation,
Financial Institutions, Consultants for Urban Infrastructure, Academic Institutions to create awareness about
the potential of wastewater recycling as a measure to conserve, manage and meet ones water requirement.
Experience sharing and case studies by experts will be presented.
Indicative speakers are from: GTZ, TCE, UNDP, SIEMENS, Indian National Committee on Hydrology - National Institute
of Hydrology (INCOH), Azad Barish, Indo French Center for Ground Water Research, Ground Water Surveys Development
Authority (GSDA) Govt of India, Central Ground Water Board, Govt of India, NGRI - National Geophysical Research
Institute- Hyderabad, PMC, PCMC, AFARM, CDAC.
Globally, the vast majority of all the wastewater from our homes, cities, industry and agriculture flows back to
nature without being treated or reused - polluting the environment, and losing valuable nutrients and other
Instead of wasting wastewater, we need to reduce and reuse it. In our homes, we can reuse greywater on our gardens
and plots. In our cities, we can treat and reuse wastewater for green spaces. In industry and agriculture, we can
treat and recycle discharge for things like cooling systems and irrigation.
By exploiting this valuable resource, we will make the water cycle work better for every living thing. And we will
help achieve the Sustainable Development Goal 6 target to halve the proportion of untreated wastewater and increase
water recycling and safe reuse
Contact: Vijitha + 91 9881649318>
Janaki Raman (09823055525)