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About Workshop
Contamination of treated water within Water Distribution Network and Non-Revenue Water (NRW) loss are the two major challenges for Water Authorities in India. Many cities report 40 to 60% leakage and technical losses due to old corroded network. This is one of the reasons for restricting the water supply to few hours. Moving towards future “Smart Cities”, call for 24/7 infrastructure services vis-a-vis. a proactive approach with a plan to Repair, Maintain and Rehabilitate the ageing water distribution network. This can increase the Revenue and Improve Network Performance to meet the standards of Water Supply (Quantity & Quality) and Public Health.

To understand the role of Mathematical Modelling tools in planning and decision making, a One day workshop has been organised at CSIR-NEERI.

Workshop Attraction

Presentation on RISK – PiNET (Version 2.0) A GIS-based user-friendly software for

Who Should Attend? Executive Engineers, Superintending Engineer, Water Managers, General Managers responsible for water supply in Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) /Water Boards and Policy & Decision makers.

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Dr. Rakesh Kumar
Director, CSIR-NEERI, Nagpur, India

Dr. R B Biniwale
Sr. Principal Scientist and Head CTMD, CSIR-NEERI, Nagpur

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Designation: Senior Principal Scientist
Mobile No: 7020803893

Designation: Senior Scientist
Mobile No: 9763630993