welcome to Environment Management

Environment Management

28
Aug
2018

28-08-2018 9:00 am - 30-08-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.18,880.00

INTRODUCTION:

Used in drinking water for many years, membranes are being used increasingly in Waste Water Treatment as well. Membrane-based Waste Water Treatment Process is used as an integral part of Waste Water Treatment, creating high-quality Water for Reuse. There are number of very good reasons to select membrane treatment for Waste Water, which is as follows:

a. Restrictive Discharge Limits

b. Reducing Nutrient Pollution (Phosphorous and Nitrogen)

c. Ground Water Recharge and indirect Potable Reuse

d. Greater removal performances as a result of increased Solid Capture and long Solids Retention Times (SRT) e. Producing high Reuse Quality Water

f. An effective solution for constrained facility sites

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05
Sep
2018

05-09-2018 9:00 am - 07-09-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.18,880.00
Introduction:
Development through the use of technologies is required to improve the standard of living. In view of the fact that Development projects are interfering with the environment, it is essential, before starting a major project, to assess the present environment scenario and, at the same time, it is necessary to assess the impact of the same project on the environment during its operation. Environmental concerns have to be addressed rationally before any project is grounded. The  Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an effort to anticipate, measure and weigh the socio-economic and biophysical changes that may result from a proposed project.
 
EIA is a formal study process used to predict environmental risk and assist decision-makers in considering the proposed project’s environmental costs and benefits. When the benefits sufficiently exceed the costs, the project can be viewed as environmentally justified. Based on EIA, the regulatory measures can be identified and the roles of concerned agencies defined for achieving more efficient environmental management.
The objectives of EIA include prediction of the environmental impact of projects, finding ways and means to reduce adverse impacts, shaping the project to suit local environment and presenting the predictions and options to the decision-makers. MoEF, Govt. of India, has made it mandatory to conduct EIA for all developmental projects.
With the above issues in focus, Engineering Staff College of India is organizing a 3-day Continuing Professional Development Programme on “Current Requirements in Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) - Process & Procedures (as per MoEF & CC Guidelines)”.
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17
Sep
2018

17-09-2018 9:00 am - 19-09-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.18,880.00

Introduction: With the rapid economic development, environmental pollution is serious. It brings great threat to the social sustainable development and the health of human beings. Environmental protection is complex and dynamic. It involves spatial information from multi-sectoral, multi-region and multi-field and a lot of data processing. An Effective environmental protection information system is needed so that many factors hidden in the complex relationships will become clear and visually seen. Using advanced information technology, environmental data is stored, transmitted, processed and analyzed in order to achieve scientific management. Geographic information system (GIS) is a new technology emerging with the development of geographical science, computer technology, remote sensing technology and information science. It is the computer information system that can collect, manage, analyze and visualize space data. According to actual needs, GIS combines location and associated attribute information and shows to the user truly and illustrative. The spatial information of environmental protection is very large. Management and analysis of spatial information is the advantage of GIS. Therefore, GIS is the ideal choice for a government department in pollution monitoring and environmental resources protection. Environmental monitoring is the process of determining the various signs data of environmental quality. It is divided into three sorts those are research monitoring, surveillance monitoring, and particular purpose monitoring. Its mission is to identify and test the contaminants composition in the environmental sample and to study the nature, composition, and structure of the environmental quality within a certain historical period and a certain space. So that we can test and judge if the quality of the environment is in compliance with environmental quality standards set by the state and determine the pollution caused by pollutants.

Rs.18,880.00 50
19
Sep
2018

19-09-2018 9:00 am - 21-09-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.18,880.00

INTRODUCTION :

Today, the vision for urban infrastructure development in India is “All Indian cities and towns become totally sanitized, healthy and liveable and ensure and sustain good public health and environmental outcomes for all their citizens with a special focus on hygienic, safe & clean supply of water, sanitation facilities as economically as possible for the urban poor and women”. To achieve this Govt. of India and State Government floating various schemes focusing in Water Supply and Sewerage network projects for Urban and Rural infrastructure development. Henceforth, it is a time to make quality and knowledgeable functionaries in the preparation of technical and financial estimates for these projects for its successful implementation. In order to achieve this, ESCI is conducting a three-day training programme on Preparation of Financial and Technical Estimates for Water Supply & Sewerage Projects.

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