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This is a document created by the ZDHC in 2019 that sets a single, unified expectation across the textile and footwear industries for wastewater discharge quality. It has identified four key areas and two cross-cutting areas which are critical towards eliminating hazardous chemicals from the global textile, leather, and footwear industries. The ZDHC (Zero Discharge […]
This is a report by the United Nations that demonstrates how improved wastewater management generates social, environmental, and economic benefits essential for sustainable development and is essential to achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It seeks to inform decision-makers, government, civil society, and private sector, about the importance of managing wastewater as an undervalued […]
This is a website for the Water Environment Partnership (WEPA), an initiative proposed by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan in 2003 that became official in 2004. WEPA aims to improve the water environment in Asia by strengthening water environmental governance.
This is a page on Synergie Training’s website which describes that a four-day program that they offer that examines the specific water and wastewater challenges facing Nigeria and offers a detailed insight into appropriate technological solutions. Synergie Training is one of the leading IT, Construction, and Infrastructure Training Companies in the UK. SOURCE: Synergie
This is a page on CDP’s website that talks about their work with water. CDP is a not-for-profit charity that runs the global disclosure system for investors, companies, cities, states, and regions to manage their environmental impacts. CDP’s work with water security motivates companies to disclose and reduce their environmental impacts by using the power […]
This is a page on NSF’s website that describes and provides a link to search for NSF Certified Wastewater Treatment Units. NSF is an accredited third-party certification provides all stakeholders – industry, regulators, users, and the general public – assurance that a certified product, material, component, or service complies with the technical requirements of the […]
This is a paper from 2013 that presents the treatment plants existing in Africa; it discusses the types of processes applied, the required treatment performance per country, and the main challenges hindering their performance as well as the reuse of the treated wastewater. SOURCE: ResearchGate