Ongoing Projects

Have a look on our running projects

Co-Composting of Fecal Sludge and Tannery Liming Sludge: A Novel Approach

Co-Composting of Fecal Sludge and Tannery Liming Sludge: A Novel Approach

The major objectives of this research project are to assess the suitability of using fecal sludge and liming sludge for producing agricultural-grade compost, examine the physicochemical characteristics of the compost, and evaluate its seed germination capacity.

Electrode-integrated bioreactor and floating constructed wetland as decentralized wastewater treatment systems

Electrode-integrated bioreactor and floating constructed wetland as decentralized wastewater treatment systems

The proposed research is expected to develop guidelines for a simple, novel wastewater treatment systems in institutions and/or domestic wastewater treatment in urban, semi urban areas of Bangladesh.

December 2022 to ongoing

3. Developing of National Compendium of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Technologies for Disaster Response

Developing of National Compendium of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Technologies for Disaster Response

The objective of this project is to develop a compendium of Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) technologies in emergencies in Bangladesh with technical detail & drawing (inclusive), geographic  & disaster specific,  costing including bill of quantities (BoQ)

EMCRP capacity building project

EMCRP of DPHE approached ITN-BUET to provide assistance to develop the 8 training modules (in Bangla) and provide 16 batches of training events for the target audience.

Capacity Building Training on Systematic and Scientific Approaches for Targeting Poor and Unserved People in Arsenic Affected Areas for Arsenic Safe Water

Capacity Building Training on “Systematic and Scientific Approaches for Targeting Poor and Unserved People in Arsenic Affected Areas for Arsenic Safe Water”

The overall objective of this assignment is to improve the technical capacity of DPHE on arsenic screening and data management, and to use this data for allocating resources and for equity-based site selection through training and knowledge sharing.

December 2022 to February 2023

Reviewing context specific WASH services design & BoQ and hardware implementation plan for building sustainable Urban WASH facilities in CXB municipality

Overview DSK, with funding support from UNICEF and in collaboration with Cox’s Bazar Municipality, will implement a WASH project to improve the sanitary environment and public health conditions in low-income […]

Development of Design, BoQs and product sheets (graphics design) of Climate-resilient and disabled-friendly inclusive latrine under GoB-UNICEF SDC supported SanMarkS II project

The overall objective is to develop design, BoQ and product sheets for selected climate resilient and disability inclusive latrine options for SanMarkS II project to support construction and market promotion of latrine options.

Accelerating Sanitation for All in Asia and the Pacific through Capacity Building

Sanitation and waste workers play a crucial role in maintaining city cleanliness, but they lack knowledge in health, safety, and hygiene practices, impacting their well-being and dignity. The ADB has assigned ITN-BUET to address this issue by providing training to enhance their capacity. The objective is to improve their understanding of disease prevention, hygiene practices, personal protective equipment use, and waste management. This initiative aims to empower workers and create a healthier and safer environment for them.

July 2022 to ongoing

Hygiene

Development of National Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Guideline for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in Bangladesh

Water and sanitation policy 1998 stated that O&M would be the responsibility of the user groups. But in case of higher-level services options like PSF, MAR, AIRP, piped water system […]

June 2020 to ongoing

capacity building

Scaling CWIS/FSM in Bangladesh through national level capacity building program

Awareness regarding FSM among high level policy makers, Paurashavas leadership, and people in general is very limited.  For the successful implementation of the planned and future FSM/sanitation projects, there is […]

September 2018 to April 2021