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Latest News on WSI’s International Activities

 Lake Conservation Project / Vietnam (2017)

 A WSI expert has been selected by the People’s Committee of Quang Tri Province in central Vietnam to provide professional input to a lake conservation project.

 The lake, which is located in Dong Ha City, still features a diverse fauna and flora, but is threatened by rapid urban development and uncontrolled discharge of wastewater into the water body.

 Following comprehensive fact finding activities, the WSI expert has developed a lake development plan and landscaping concept which ensures the dwellers’ needs for recreation, but also protects the lake’s natural conditions to the largest possible extent.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WSI now member of BDZ e.V. (October 2016)

WSI has been accepted as a member of the Training and Demonstration Centre for Decentralized Sewage Treatment – BDZ e.V.

 The BDZ is an initiative for the promotion and establishment of decentralized wastewater management, offering an independent platform in the area of decentralized wastewater management, and pools important organisations active in the field of decentralized wastewater treatment technology.

 BDZ unites representatives from businesses, science, politics and administration in a network, bundles the knowledge about decentralized wastewater treatment, educates, and develops knowledge in this field.

  

WSI currently developing a guideline on school sanitation (2016)

Supported by ATB Umwelttechnologien GmbH, we are currently developing a practical "Guideline on Total School Sanitation", which is supposed to help NGOs, state authorities, consultants and decision makers to embark the approach to comprehensive school sanitation.

 The guideline will be based on WSI's experiences, and will have a modular structure addressing the most relevant issues associated with sanitation measures in schools and comparable institutions. 

 

WSI members supported options study fort the water and wastewater utilities for climate mitigation (WaCCliM) project Chiang Mai, Thailand (2015)

 Two WSI experts have recently supported The International Water Association (IWA) and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH in undertaking the project “Water and Wastewater Companies for Climate Mitigation” (WaCCliM) as part of the International Climate Initiative (IKI).

The objectives are to improve the carbon balance of water and wastewater utilities in three countries and to ensure that these companies reduce their operational costs and maintain or improve their services. The project is implemented from December 2013 to January 2019.

In Thailand, the Chiang Mai wastewater system was proposed as the site for the WaCCliM project.

The scope of work for the WSI experts was to provide recommendations to the Chiang Mai Wastewater System managed by WMA, in Thailand, on how to best reduce their carbon footprint per serviced population based on their existing systems and potential plans for future expansion, using a holistic water cycle approach.

 

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“Total School Sanitation Project” in Vinh / Vietnam developed further (2015)

WSI’s comprehensive solution for school sanitation in developing countries, including construction of toilet buildings, wastewater collection and treatment, IEC and environmental education, has been applied in a second phase in Vinh City, Province Nghe An, Vietnam.

WSI members developed tailor-made teaching modules and carried out several lessons in cooperation with teachers, parents and the school principal.

WSI experts also evaluated and improved the performance of the decentralised wastewater treatment plant operated in the school, and developed guidelines for improved operation and maintenance.

The project aims at developing a fundamental understanding on sanitation and public health problems and solutions among school children, their families, school authorities and neighbouring communities. It is supported by ATB Umwelttechnologien GmbH under a CSR scheme.