The future of human species lies in providing clean water and sanitation for all. The declining water quality has not only reduced the life expectancy of humans, but it has also contributed to the deleterious negative impacts on aquatic/marine life, flora, fauna and the ecosystem. Sustainable eco-technologies for water treatment with a smaller footprint, less maintenance, highly effective removal of contaminants, with options for resource recovery, less energy consumption, minimal use of chemicals, and less investment and operational costs should be promoted .
Due to changing lifestyles, the challenges faced by the treatment systems have become increasingly complex. In the last decade, there has been a marked rise in the occurrence of emerging/persisting contaminants and antimicrobial resistant bacteria in the majority of drinking water sources. Researchers are also focusing on the development of hybrid eco-technologies that combine the operational advantages of advanced technologies or physico-chemical treatment systems and conventional biotechnologies to reduce these pollutants to the desired regulatory standards.
This training program on ‘Sustainable eco-technologies for water and wastewater treatment’ will introduce you to the different ecotechnologies used worldwide for water, wastewater treatment and resource recovery.
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