27 April 2018

NaWaKit – A Knowledge Platform for Water Practitioners in India

Welcome to the SSWM Specific Topic Entry Page “Natural Water Systems and Treatment Technologies to cope with Water Shortages in Urbanised Areas in India.” – STEP NaWaKit.

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The NaWaKit is a Specific Topic Entry Page (STEP) to the SSWM Toolbox that was developed by the NaWaTech Consortium as part of the NaWaTech Project, co-financed by the European Commission and the Science and Technology Department of the Indian Government (project duration: July 2012-June 2016).


The NaWaKit contains all the key results and gathered information of the R&D Project NaWaTech that aims at maximising the exploitation of natural and compact technical systems and processes for the effective management of municipal water resources in urbanised areas of India.



The NaWaKit has been designed to provide the needed technical and business strategy tools to support water practitioners when conceiving, launching and growing a new venture in the water and wastewater sector. Furthermore, this STEP presents key information about technological options for the implementation of appropriate technologies, as well as the results of the case studies implemented in Nagpur and Pune in Maharashtra, India.


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The NaWaKit reflects only the authors' views and not those of the European Community or Project Coordinator. This work may rely on data sources external to the members of the NaWaTech project Consortium. Members of the Consortium do not accept liability for loss or damage suffered by any third party as a result of errors or inaccuracies in such data. The information in this document is provided "as is" and no guarantee is given that the information is fit for any particular purpose. The user thereof uses the information at its sole risk and neither the European Community nor any member of the NaWaTech Consortiums is liable for any use that may be made of the information

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