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  • Title: Constructed Wetlands
    Descriptive info: .. Constructed Wetland.. (CW )is a natural, low-cost, eco-technological biological wastewater treatment technology designed to mimic processes found in natural wetland ecosystems, which is now standing as the potential alternative or supplementary systems for the treatment of wastewater.. Its an artificial wetlands, a marsh or swamp created, as new or restored habitat for native and migratory wildlife; for anthropogenic discharge such as wastewater, or sewage treatment; for land reclamation after mining, refineries, or other ecological disturbances; and as required mitigation for natural wetlands lost to a development.. The first experiment on the use of wetland plants for treatment of wastewater was carried in the early of 1950 by Dr Kathe Seidel in Germany.. The first full scale system were put in operation during the late of 1960s and since then Constructed wetlands systems have been speeding throughout the world.. News Updates.. News and Events.. Expression of Interest..  ...   Society.. (SRS) has initiated ".. Pakistan's first community managed Constructed Wetland.. " with the support of.. Dr.. Ghullam Akbar.. Director, Indus For All Programme- WWF Pakistan.. M.. Ameen Keryo.. supervise this pilot project with the technical support of.. Roshan Raj Shrestha.. ,.. the Cheif Technical Advisor- UN Habitat water for Asian cities Programme and developed first successful module in village Majeed Keerio, of District Shaheed Benazirabad in Sindh put in operation in April 2010.. This experiment was quite innovative and difficult to practically execute but the tired less effort, passion, commitment of Sindhica team ultimately completed this intervention in the period of one year and inaugurate in April 2010, Roshan is still providing guidance to Sindhica team time to time as and when required.. Support our Programme.. Support SRS in promotion of Biological wastewater Treatment Concept in Pakistan.. Click here.. Wetland Broucher in Sindhi.. Wetland Broucher in English..

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  • Title: Constructed Wetlands
    Descriptive info: Scientific Committee WWF.. Dr Gh Akbar.. Dr Roshan.. Dr Roshan.. Humaira Ayshia WWF.. Humaira Ayshia.. Sec Forest.. Dr Aijaz DDG WWF.. Dr Bakhshal Lashari.. Aftab Akhund.. Saleem Sheikh.. Wim Gezual Ambassy of Netherland.. Favad Soomro Engro Polymer.. Community.. Dr Altaf Abro.. Engro Polymer Team.. Teachers Association Team.. Dr Roshan and Kamran Naeen.. Jawed OPP Karachi.. Usama Anwar.. Jamal Mustaf Syed DCO.. Jamal Mustaf Syed and Team.. Mehdi Muhsin- Chairman Mitchles.. Dr Akbar.. Rab Nawaz.. Sec Forest and Team.. Group visitors..

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    Descriptive info: Pakistan's first Constructed Wetland..

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    Descriptive info: Pakistan is one of the countries confronted with unstable political situations and lacking political comments towards water and sanitation issues.. Concept of wastewater treatment and recycling is not addressed properly in the country.. Many of the public and private drainage schemes remain un-actualised while existing ones are in bad shape.. Inadequate drainage facilities in most parts of the country are pre-dominant cause of the contamination fresh water resources available in any form.. Because the natural resource is contaminated when drainage water, leaking from broken or damage pipelines, mixes with it.. Unavailability of adequate water for agriculture has compelled farmers to resort to using the untreated wastewater, which has emerged as a grave threat to the health of those, who consume it.. There are concomitant environmental risks associated with untreated wastewater, such as transport of harmful contaminants in soils, contamination  ...   s political system up to union council level in year 2000, empowering grassroots communities that resulted in series of local governance systems, named from local bodies to local governments.. Small municipals committees and citizen community boards were evolved afterwards.. Many drainage schemes developed in country since then are generating millions of gallon of untreated wastewater everyday, which has been tainting shrinking fresh water resources of the country.. There is a dire need to address this issue.. Biological wastewater treatment technology can be employed to tackle the wastewater issue.. Besides, waters risks can be minimised through promotion of small-scale sewage treatment and wastewater reuse systems in different parts of country, through C.. onstructed Wetlands.. These artificial wetlands can be of great help in tackling the depressing water scenario that is emerging.. Supportive Team.. C.. W Manual.. CW Development.. Pioneer's Profile.. Vistors..

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  • Title: Constructed Wetlands
    Descriptive info: The Constructed wetland is a natural, low-cost, eco-technological biological wastewater treatment technology designed to mimic processes found in natural wetland ecosystems, which is now standing as the potential alternative or supplementary systems for the treatment of wastewater.. Constructed wetland is an artificial wetlands, a marsh or swamp created, as new or restored habitat for native and migratory wildlife; for anthropogenic discharge such as wastewater, or sewage treatment; for land reclamation after mining, refineries, or other ecological disturbances; and as required mitigation for natural wetlands lost to a development.. A constructed wetland uses natural geochemical and biological processes in a wetland ecosystem to treat metals, explosives, and other contaminants in groundwater.. Constructed wetland has three primary components: an impermeable layer (generally clay), a gravel layer that provides a substrate (i.. e.. , an area that provides nutrients and support) for  ...   systems (i.. , systems with and without oxygen) exist within the wetland, and these can be divided into separate cells.. Wastewater is either pumped or allowed to naturally flow through the wetland.. The anaerobic cell uses plants in concert with natural microbes to degrade the contaminant.. The aerobic cell further improves water quality through continued exposure to the plants and the movement of water between cell compartments.. Straw, manure or composite is used, with little or no soil, in wetlands constructed primarily for the removal of metals.. For wetlands constructed to treat explosives-contaminated water, certain plant species are used to support degradation.. The process of using plants to break down contaminants is also referred to as phytoremediation.. What is Wastewater.. Preliminary Treatment.. Primary Treatment.. Secondary Treatment.. Tertiary Treatment.. Out Comes.. Impact.. Adoption.. Promotion.. Opr Maintanance.. What is Constructed Wetland..

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  • Title: Constructed Wetlands
    Descriptive info: Sindhica Reforms Society is promoting "Constructed Wetland" national wide and working as resource organization to provide technical support in designing, during execution and post completion operation and maintenance training of the end users.. Following units are now ongoing / completed in Pakistan with the designing and technical support of Sindhica Reforms Society..

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    Descriptive info: Traininig of Stakeholders of Constructed Wetland Managment.. Training at District Sanghar.. Training at District Benazirabad.. Training Reports.. New Training Events.. Training Manual.. Constructed Wetland Operation and Maintenance requires certain level of technical know-how and hence the need for capacity building of CWs operators.. Sindhica Reforms Society is providing the technical support in design support to different organizations, likewise offering the training of CW Mangers on Operation and Maintenance of Constructed Wetlands and Mr.. Muhammad Ameen Keryo - CEO of Sindhica Reforms Society is acting as resource person and providing training support.. The purpose of this training is to provide a formal platform for enhancing technical skills of CW operators and ensure long-term sustainability of CW concept in Pakistan.. Operations and maintenance includes regular checking  ...   gradually reduce the pore space in the wetlands.. Most of the solids will accumulate at the inlet end of the horizontal flow (HF) beds where the pore space may be reduced substantially in a couple of years.. This may cause surface flow.. The solids accumulation should be removed from time to time.. The rate of solids accumulation depends on loading.. The performance of the wetland should be assessed time to time.. Samples should be collected and analyzed to ascertain the treatment efficiencies.. Not the least but the following Parameters need to be analyzed by sending samples for laboratory tests.. a) Total suspended solids (tss).. b) Biochemical oxygen demand (bod5).. c) Chemical oxygen demand (cod).. d) Ammonia.. e) Nitrate.. f) Phosphorus.. g) Fecal coliforms.. Training Registration..

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  • Title: Constructed Wetlands
    Descriptive info: WWF Pakistan.. UN-Habitat.. Ministry of Environement.. Sindh Govt.. Indus For All Prog.. District Govt Shaheed Benazirabad.. Water for Asian Cities Prog:.. Engro Foundation.. Global Water Partnership.. Engro Polymer Pakistan.. FANSA.. Water and Climate Coalition.. WASH Cluster.. Mitchells Fruit Farms.. Indus Resource Center.. PFAN.. NSDC.. Mehran University.. Karachi University.. University of Sindh.. QUEST.. CW Associaiton..

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