Reaching zero water pollution in India through low-cost innovative solutions Webinar

The European Commission under the Horizon 2020 programme and the Government of India have decided to co-fund seven outstanding projects to co-create, co-design and co-develop innovative low-cost technologies for tackling India’s water and sanitation. These projects have been working jointly for the past year and a half to address comprehensively water pollution challenges. This webinar…

Water Security through the construction of check dam in Budpura village of Bundelkhand Region

Water is the most precious natural resource and a universal asset, it provides the life support system for human beings, vegetation, plants and animals, this universal asset has been being depleted /degraded enormously due to population pressure, creation of infrastructure and climate change. Bundelkhand (BKD) is known as a drought-prone region facing constant water stress…

Wall paintings on Water Sanitation Hygiene disseminated in the Bundelkhand area

In order to raise awareness and acceptance in the communities involved in the field trials, DEVALT prepared the Information Education Communication materials to target the households, communities and school children. 8 graphic illustrators were carried out to deliver the messages regarding “Safe and Secure water handling and Storage Practices” and they were published in 6…

PANI-Water International Conference

The PANWATER International Conference took place on March 3rd – 4th, 2020, in Goa, India. The conference will gather experts on Advanced Oxidation Processes in Water and Wastewater Treatment. Speakers include established researchers and entrepreneurs, and there will be ample time for networking! Please, join us whether you are a scientist, practitioner, educator, student, or simply curious about this India – EU

Paniwater first steering committee in Spain

The PANIWATER first steering committee meeting was held on the 15th of October 2019 in Almería, Spain.

The meeting hosted by Plataforma Solar de Almería has been joined by colleagues from  RCSI – Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, URJC – Universidad Rey Juan Carlos,  the Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) -NEERI, the BITS Pilani K K Birla Goa Campus and INNOVA

EU – India to jointly fund seven research and innovation projects

The PANIWATER kick-off meeting was held on the 11th and 12th of February 2019 in New Delhi, India. PANIWATER is a four-year €5 million project funded by the European Union and the Indian Government to reduce reliance on unsafe drinking water in India.
The consortium is composed by 18 partners and all the delegates were present at DEVALT venue and each of them gave a short presentation in order to introduce their role in the project.