The Government of Grenada, through the Ministry of Climate Resilience, the Environment and Renewable Energy, in collaboration with the Global Water Partnership-Caribbean (GWP-C), is hosting a national workshop in Grenada to build capacity on Integrated Water and Wastewater Management (IWWM).
The two-day workshop takes place on March 14th and 15th, 2023, and will engage and sensitise stakeholders from various sectors on Wastewater Management. Other areas that will be explored and touched on over the two-day capacity-building event include:
- Innovative Technologies for Wastewater Recycling: The Use of Glass in the Recycling of Wastewater.
- Wastewater Reuse in the Eastern Caribbean: A Case Study (2017).
- Examples of collective action for IWWM, what went right, what went wrong, and what can be learned from it.
- The Grenada National Project under the GEF CReW+ Project.
- A Snapshot of Wastewater Management Issues in the Caribbean: Drivers and Pressures.
- Wastewater Pollution – State and Impacts.
- Governance Arrangements to improve wastewater management and sanitation, including promoting the use of treated wastewater and biosludge.
- Implementing solutions for IWWM.
- Wastewater Management and Sanitation in Grenada (including Governance Frameworks for Wastewater Management (national, regional, and global).
GWP-C is pleased to partner with the Government of Grenada through the Ministry of Climate Resilience, the Environment, and Renewable Energy to build awareness and capacity in IWWM in Grenada and the Caribbean Region.