We have identified the spectrum of sectors in which inputs
are required for holistic development of societies.
Appropriate management of sewage and sanitation is of critical importance for sustained quality of life and environmental health. Effective sanitation and sewage management can have positive impact on the economic productivity of the communities. It also forms a part of diligent water resource management as the bad management of sanitation constrains water availability.
In the urban areas the population density is high and in many cases land availability is constrained. In many urban centers the centralized sewerage systems exist in parts, which affect the quality of environment and people’s life. It also generates the waste water affecting the quality of life of many settlements downstream.
We design master plans for sewage and waste water management of cities. Water reuse strategies and technologies are part of the overall master planning. We prepare the detailed project reports of sewerage systems and also specific interventions like sewage treatment plants and water reuse plans. We also develop the projects to use sewage for energy generation.
The sanitation in rural areas poses many challenges. They range from identification of socio-culturally acceptable solutions to promoting appropriate technology. Implication of poor sanitation for the health and the economic productivity of rural population are causes of concern for many developing countries.
We facilitate development of socio-culturally acceptable rural sanitation solutions in terms of technology and behavior change. We also undertake capacity building and training for promoting rural sanitation and environmental health.