Published in: 2016
EcoSan Club,Vienna, Austria, Sustainable Sanitation Practice (SSP), Issue 25, January 2016, ISSN: 2308-5797
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The NaWaTech project (Natural Water Systems and Treatment Technologies to cope with Water Shortages in UrbanisedbAreas in India) is an Indian-European Research and Development Project aimed at maximising the exploitation of natural and compact technical systems and processes for the effective management of municipal water resources, water supply and sanitation services, and the municipal water cycle as a whole in urbanised areas of India. The NaWaTech approach has been applied at six case study sites in Pune and Nagpur, India, accompanied by supporting activities such as laboratory pilot studies, the setup of a Community of Practice, or training of SMEs on the NaWaTech approach. This paper describes the general concepts which form the basis for the NaWaTech project, gives a brief overview on the NaWaTech case studies and the supporting project activities, and an outlook on the SSP NaWaTech special issue.
EcoSan Club (2016). The NaWaTech project. EcoSan Club,Vienna, Austria, Sustainable Sanitation Practice (SSP), Issue 25, January 2016, ISSN: 2308-5797
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