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Expert Workshop on “Wastewater Treatment and Reuse for Metropolitan Regions and small Cities in Developing Countries”

September 13 -17, 2016, Recife, Brazil

Sustainable water management is essential for the social, economic and environmental growth of developing countries. The high growth rates resulted in massive migration from rural to urban/metropolitan areas. Water supply of good quality and adequate quantity impaired severe constraints for the population.

The use of conventional treatment technology, as well as advanced alternatives for treatment and post-treatment of wastewater, including the questions of plant scale in centralised or decentralised systems and possible reuase of effluents, are aimed for presentation and discussion about theoretical and practical aspects.

For more details of the expert workshop the workshop flyer can be downloaded:

Flyer-Workshop-Recife

The programme of the expert workshop can be seen by opening the following pdf file:

Workshop Programme

The venue of the expert workshop is the Transamerica Prestige, located at The Boa Viagem Avenue, Recife: Transamerica-Prestig Recife

 

Expert Workshop on “Water Scarcity”

September 14-18 / San Juan, Argentina

Water scarcity is a constantly growing problem worldwide, not only in arid and semiarid regions. United Nations define Water Scarcity as: the point at which the aggregate impact of all users impinges on the supply or quality of water under prevailing institutional arrangements to the extent that the demand by all sectors, including the environment, cannot be satisfied fully. In addition, water scarcity is constantly aggravated by factors such as climate change, population growth, economic development and devastation of natural resources.

This Regional Workshop aims to bring together experts from different fields to exchange and share their experiences and research results about aspects of Water Scarcity, and discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted.

Applying researchers are requested to submit (upload) also an abstract about an oral presentation to be given during the course of the summer/winter school. The topic covered in the presentation shall be related to the topic of theworkshop.

The participants expected are preferably Researchers, Professors, Post-Graduates dedicated to topics related to sustainable water management.

For further details see the FLYER WS FINAL VERSION.

Please note that the deadline for application has expired!!