NITI Aayog commences 3-year programme with CH2M

The National Institution for Transforming India (NITI Aayog) has recently selected CH2M, in collaboration with Singapore Cooperation Enterprise (SCE) and Temasek Foundation (TF), to share best practices in Urban Planning & Governance, Water and Wastewater Management and Solid Waste Management, as part of a three-year programme to increase the capacity of India’s infrastructure. The programme includes a series of highly interactive workshops and advisory sessions focused on sharing best practices implemented in Singapore, as well as internationally.
“We are honored to bring our expertise to the development of India’s water infrastructure,” said CH2M Global Water Business Group President Peter Nicol. “Delivering integrated solutions for water and wastewater remains critical to advance urban management programmes supporting India’s growth as a major world economy.”
The goal of the NITI Aayog programme is to share Singapore’s water management technology and project implementation experience with senior officers from various government agencies dealing with the critical drought situations in many parts of India. CH2M is pleased to help deliver this programme by providing full access to thought and knowledge leaders in integrated water resource management (IWRM), drinking water treatment quality, public/stakeholder engagement and advanced water recycling.

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