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General Brochure

Faecal Sludge Management Info-let | 2015


Slugde is a mixture of solids and liquids, containing mostly excreta and water, in combination with sand, grit, metals, trash and/or various chemical compounds.



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General Brochure

Consortium for DEWATS™ Dissemination (CDD) Society


CDD Society is working in India as a non-governmental organisation since 2002. CDD Society and it's network partners provide sustainable solutions to varied problems related to wastewater treatment, sanitation and solid waste management in urban/ peri-urban areas.



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DEWATSTM


Decentralised Wastewater Treatment Systems (DEWATS) is a simple, proven and low maintenance technology for the treatment of organic wastewater.



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Prefabricated DEWATSTM


Prefab-DEWATS™ offers all the benefits and features of the conventional DEWATS™ and additionally increases effectiveness, mobility of materials and user-friendliness.



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Capacity Building


Capacity Building programmes scale up DBNS implementation by training a critical mass of service providers and thus facilitate in achieving the organizational goal of poverty alleviation and sustainable protection of natural resources in South Asia.



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Citywide Sanitation Planning


Citywide Sanitation Planning and Implementation -planning city level sanitation infrastructure focusing on sectors, such as access to toilets, wastewater management, solid waste management and storm water management.



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Operational Tasks for the Upkeep of Decentralised Wastewater Treatment System(DEWATS)


Around 300 Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Systems (DEWATS) have been constructed in India over the past 7 years, with the intention of providing treatment to wastewater generated from various sectors like hospitals, hotels, institutions, small and medium scale enterprises, community based sanitation complexes, individual houses and housing colonies. In most of the DEWATS units, reuse infrastructure is provided in order to ensure a holistic approach to environmental sanitation. A DEWATS that is operated and maintained efficiently has the potential to be productive and sustainable economically, environmentally and socially.



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Annual Report 2015



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Annual Report 2012



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Annual Report 2008



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Issue 5 | Volume 13 | Nov 2015

If you wish to comment on any article or submit articles for the next issue please forward them to
knowledge-mgt@cddindia.org



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