Welcome to Environment Management

Environment Management

02
Nov
2020

02-11-2020 - 04-11-2020
Rs.10,620.00

Introduction

Municipal Waste management is one of the major global concerns of today. Waste generation is on a steep rise with new waste streams emerging that are complex and difficult to handle. Poor collection and indiscriminate disposal of untreated waste have led to contamination and degradation of the natural resources and ecosystems and have posed risks to human health. Costs of remediation and restoration of natural resources are much higher than the investments on sound management of wastes. One and half decade after the notification of the Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) Rules 2000, most Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) are today far from achieving compliance with the Rules. Today, mere compliance with MSW rules is however not sufficient. Managing wastes should no longer be limited to traditional ’end-of-pipe’ waste management that focuses only on collection, treatment and disposal. For sustainability and effectiveness, waste prevention, avoidance or reduction is the key. It is important that links between ’waste management’ and wider ambit of ’resource management’ are understood and practiced. The concept of Integrated Solid Waste Management (ISWM) needs to be expanded to Integrated Waste to Resource Management (IWRM). To address the above-stated challenges and achieve compliance to MSW 2000 rules, urban areas require capacity-building support to implement ISWM programs and projects. The training program on Smart Solid Waste Management System in alignment with “Swachh Bharat Mission" is designed to share the best practices of MSW case studies in the urban sector. The program is structured to offer both conceptual and practical skills, providing the latest knowledge on key aspects of ISWM in promoting and strengthening the service delivery in compliance with MSW 2000 rules.

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10
Nov
2020

10-11-2020 - 12-11-2020
Rs.10,620.00

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 program on Preparation of Estimation for Water Supply & Sewerage Projects.

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23
Nov
2020

23-11-2020 - 25-11-2020
Rs.10,620.00

Introduction Eighty percent of a municipality's problems are caused by twenty percent of its sanitary sewers & stormwater drainage systems. The best way to avoid the majority of future problems is to pay greater attention to them during the planning, design and implementation phase. To design an effective urban drainage and stormwater management system, knowledge of the technical design principles for each component of the system is required. After giving a brief introduction this Training Programme will focus on the practical application of sound planning and design practices as well as specific stormwater management techniques. This three days workshop is aimed at those who want to hone their skills in stormwater drainage systems design & stormwater management. Participants will learn to develop a plan to mitigate the environmental impact caused by urban development & the management of stormwater. The uniqueness of this course is its emphasis on hands-on exercises for designing the various components of drainage and stormwater management systems. Stormwater drainage systems include surface drainage systems, underground drainage systems, stormwater management facilities, and erosion and sediment control systems. The design of the stormwater drainage system and management addresses several elements including stormwater management plan, temporary and permanent erosion and sediment control practices, site grading, utilization of overland flow and natural site features, as well as the construction of culverts, ditches, and other drainage structures. 

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