Event Date/Time: Feb 22, 2010
End Date/Time: Feb 26, 2010
Feb 20, 2010
The training programme is open to engineering college teachers (both degree and polytechnic colleges) from AICTE approved institutions. As the training programme is of interdisciplinary nature, teachers of Chemical and Civil Engineering disciplines and Applied Sciences can attend the programme
Anaerobic digestion of wastewaters differs from conventional aerobic treatment that it converts organic pollutants to carbon dioxide and methane. The main advantages of anaerobic treatment are the very high loading rates, low operating costs and very cost-effective in reducing discharge levies combined with the production of reusable energy in the form of biogas. Developing countries like India are looking at it as one of the source of non-conventional energy which can fulfill the demand of energy in near future.