RCDN Wastewater BLOG#4: WOMEN IN THE WATER AND SANITATION SECTOR – part 2

The idea of protecting public health and environment could be a driver for women to work in the water and sanitation sector. From the other side modern utilities of the future would need staff with more diverse skill sets to respond to the emerging needs. By hiring, managing, and training a more diverse mix of employees mobilising more women, ne...

  • 06/04/2021

RCDN Wastewater BLOG#3: WOMEN IN THE WATER AND SANITATION SECTOR – part 1

Water is often considered as a key source of employment, both directly, as an employer in water related services, and indirectly, through water-dependent economic activities such as agriculture. It is widely recognized that women play crucial role in managing and safeguarding water at the domestic and community level. From the other side, the em...

  • 25/02/2021

RCDN Wastewater BLOG#2: WASTEWATER SLUDGE – WASTE OR NEW VALUE

Sludge from Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTP) is an increasingly important topic in the relations between Local Government Units (LGUs) and Public Utility Companies (PUCs) since it contains a mixture of organic and inorganic substances containing pathogenic microorganisms, parasites, viruses and numerous other potentially toxic elements and co...

  • 22/01/2021

RCDN Wastewater BLOG#1

A SAMPLE OF WASTEWATER - SOURCE OF KNOWLEDGE ON COVID-19 Wastewater treatment plants are key parts of the infrastructure and facilities of strategic importance for water and sanitation services and the fight against the covid-19 virus. Wastewater can be used for further research which again puts water and sanitation services in focus as sewa...

  • 21/12/2020

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