Comprehensive monitoring of appropriate wastewater treatment at national and global level

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TARGET 7: By 2025, comprehensive monitoring of appropriate wastewater treatment at national and global level.

Coordinator:     Korea Environment Institute (KEI)

Where: Palais des Congrès (Rez de Jardin Level)- PC 2 - Endoume 3

When:  Thursday 15 March 1700 - 1900

Targeted audience: Policy makers, practitioners, service providers, civil society

To build comprehensive monitoring system at national and global level is a great challenge but it must be achieved to improve public health. The wastewater monitoring provides numerous information and benefits such as discharged concentration at the target permit, locations of malfunctioned wastewater treatment facilities, source of the waterborne diseases, and environmental impacts to reclaimed water, greywater supply, and in-stream flow.

The session will provide a couple of main challenges to accomplish the goal of this target, mainly focusing on Asia and other developing countries. Conditions for success and key challengers will be identified with respect to suggestions and perspectives from the floor and participants.

Chair: Zuwhan Yun (Korea University)

·  Proposal Speech For The 6th World Water Forum In Marseille - Olivier Mouckocko, Energy and Water Resources of Gabon government

· The state of water environmental management in Asia - with focus of wastewater management and monitoring -  Mitsumasa Okada, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies(IGES)

· WSP: Sanitation and Water InfoBank - Jae So, Water and Sanitation Program-World Bank(WSP-WB)

·  Water TMS(Tele-Monitoring System) for point source pollution management in Korea - pellucid & Clean water environmental management - Eulsaeng Cho, Korea Environment Institute(KEI)

·  DWA Neighbourhoods » of Wastewater Treatment Plants – Johannes Lohaus, German Association for Water, Wastewater and Waste (DWA )

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Sustained access to improved sanitation 

Further Reading

Designing Wastewater Systems According to Local Conditions - David M Robbins 
Publication Date: Jan 2014 - ISBN - 9781780404769

Water Services Management and Governance - Tapio Katko, Petri S. Juuti, and Klaas Schwartz
 Publication Date: Oct 2012 - ISBN - 9781780400228

Meeting the Challenge of Financing Water and Sanitation - Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) 
Publication Date: Nov 2011 - ISBN - 9781780400327

OECD Water Resources and Sanitation Set - Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) 
Publication Date: Nov 2011 - ISBN - 9781780400570

OECD Water Policy and Finance Set - Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) 
Publication Date: Nov 2011 - ISBN - 9781780400563

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