Prepare for summer’s challenges with Water Workshop

With summer looming ahead, learn about RWH and Borewell recharging from this workshop. Understand how to get et your STP working right and gclarity on government regulations. On Saturday, February 25th.

Apartment Complexes broadly face two major issues when it comes to Water Management. One, sustainable water supply to individual flats – entirely driven by borewells or tankers. And two, cost effective waste water treatment – under-capacity Sewage treatment plants and unclear regulations of Pollution Control Board stress out the Management Committee.

Where do you get your water from? How many tankers does your apartment complex have to buy everyday?
Fill this Water Survey! The survey results and learnings will be discussed in a session during the water workshop.

On 25th February, ApartmentAdda is organising a Water Workshop for apartment communities bringing together water experts and apartment management committee members together.

BWSSB can barely meet 50% of Bangalore’s demand of a more than a billion litres, with Cauvery water supply and borewells. Summer coming up is going to add to the pressure and how is the city going to cope.The workshop will explore what to expect from BWSSB this summer, as well as how water water tariff and metering can help in apartment complexes.

What to expect from State’s Water Supply this Summer
Discussion on the Water Survey of Apartment Complexes
Water Tariff and Metering in Apartment Complexes
Renovating & Maintaining a 100% Functional STP
Success Stories from Apartment Complexes
Statutory Compliances for Apartment Complexes under various Water Acts.
All about Borewells.
Rainwater Harvesting in Apartment Complexes

9 am – 3 pm, 25 Feb 2012, at Krishna Nibhana, Kundalahalli, Bangalore
Participation charges (including lunch)
Rs 100 Per Head for Premium users of ApartmentADDA
Rs.300 Per Head for all others.

Register here

For queries, contact 9900141712

Ayyappa Masagi, Ashoka Fellow, ‘Water Gandhi’, RWH Expert and Avinash Krishnamurthy. expert on Sustainable Water Solutions will talk about rejuvenating dried up borewells and Rainwater Harvesting solutions.

Jayawanth Bharadwaj from Rainbow Drive, will talk about their success story in Water Tariff Structuring and Dr Dhanraj Chokappa, from Purva Riviera will share about how they turned their non-working STP around.

Workshop will include sessions by Dr Ananth Kodavasal Expert on Water Treatment and Author of KSPCB’s STP Guide and Ashwin Mahesh, Adviser Urban Affairs, Govt. of Karnataka and Trustee, Center for Sustainable Development.

As part of the success stories, Mr Shridhar from Ashoka Windows will talk about their just concluded project to install water meters in 111 flats – in full occupancy.


Workshop organiser: ApartmentAdda.Com offers a comprehensive set of management tools for the Association Committee to effectively manage their Apartment Complex in a transparent and efficient manner.

Media partner for the event: Citizen Matters
A city focussed news magazine, Citizen Matters has been covering various issues that impact Bangaloreans including water and environment.

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