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FREE AWWA India Webinar: Water Reuse in India

Wednesday, October 19, 2022 @ 5:00 AM - 6:30 AM
Please note the updated October 19 live webinar start times: 4:30 p.m. India Standard Time; 7 a.m. Eastern Time; 6 a.m. Central Time; 5 a.m. Mountain Time; 4 a.m. Pacific Time

Water scarcity is a significant issue in India, with increasing population, industrial water demands, and agricultural demands. The government of India is embarking on achieving an aggressive 24/7 water supply. This will require alternative supplies of water sources, with water reuse being a highly probable alternative. 

 

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Program Description:
Recycled water is one of the largest new source of water for regions that may lack long term availability of replishenable water resources. The sources of this water include storm water, municipal and industrial wastewater; and gray water that are treated to meet a specific water use and demand. This may include treatment to meet the needs of industrial water; cooling water for power generating facilitites; irrigation; ground water acquifer recharge as well as for drinking water. The treatment of such water sources usually require a multi-barrier approach which often include a variety of different chemical, physical and biological treatment practices.

Webinar Learning objectives:

  • Understand of the principles and practices of water reuse
  • Define the role that regulations play in the acceptance of water reuse
  • Explore design Considerations and best practices for water reuse treatment facilities
  • Hear the current state of water reuse case study in India
  • Brainstorm how to win consumer confidence in Water Reuse.

Agenda:
Welcome – Mr. Uday Kelkar (3 mins)
Water Reuse: Drivers, Issues and Treatment – Dr. Joe Jacangelo (20 mins)
Advanced membrane based solution for recycle and ZLD with a sewage case study – Mr. Nandan Shashikant Prabhune (20 mins)
Direct potable and indirect potable reuse: a case study - Mr. Daniel Nix (20 mins)
Panel Discussion – moderated by Mr. Uday Kelkar (25 mins)
Closing Remarks - Mr. Uday Kelkar (2 mins)


Webinar Presenters

Moderator: 
Mr. Uday G. Kelkar, P.E., BCEE
Mr. Kelkar has more than 28 years of experience in the field of environmental engineering.  He holds a B.E. in Civil Engineering from College of Engineering, Pune, India and Masters and Doctoral Degrees in Civil/Environmental Engineering from, Virginia, USA.   
Mr. Kelkar is the Managing Director of NJS Engineers India (a wholly owned subsidiary of NJS Co. Ld., Japan). He has worked on a number of design/engineering projects and/or studies in water and sanitation sector in USA, Middle East, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Cambodia, and India. His specific experience includes; advance treatment processes including nutrient removal, membrane bio-reactors, membrane tertiary treatment process, advance oxidation and disinfection with Ozone and UV, seawater & Brackish water desalination, recycling/reuse of wastewater for non-potable and indirect potable use, and water quality modeling. 

Presenter: 
Dr. Joespeh Jacangelo 
Presentation Title: Best Practices in Water Reuse
Dr. Jacangelo is the Vice President and Director of Research at Stantec and an adjunct faculty member at the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public health   He is currently the President of American Water Works Association. Dr. Jacangelo has over 30 years of experience in the areas of water quality and treatment, water reuse and public health. He is also a past Chair of the Board of Directors of the WateReuse Research Foundation.  Further, he has served as Chair of both the Technical and Education Council and International Council of AWWA.

Presenter:
Mr. Nandan Shashikant Prabhune
Presentation Title: Advanced Membrane based solution for Recycle and ZLD with a sewage case study
Mr. Prabhune is the Head of Water Business for Thermax Global. Nandan graduated with a Masters in Environmental Engineering from USA.  He is a practicing engineer in India.

Presenter:
Mr. Daniel Nix
Presentation Title:  Direct Potable and Indirect Potable Reuse: A Case Study – Wichita, Texas, USA
Daniel Nix is the Utilities Operations Manager for the City of Wichita Falls, where he has accumulated 35 years of experience in Water and Wastewater Treatment.  Daniel graduated from Midwestern State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Environmental Sciences and holds licenses in both Water and Wastewater Operations from the State of Texas.