Drinking Water Quality Monitoring protocol describes specific requirements for monitoring drinking water quality with a view to ensure provision of safe drinking water to the consumers.

The objective of the study was to estimate the disease burden attributable to unsafe water and poor sanitation and hygiene in China, to identify high-burden groups and to inform improvement measures.

A new water reuse approach being taken by the Coca-Cola Company could save as much as 100bn litres of water annually if implemented across its global bottling plants, says the company.

Latest Planning Report Says State’s Progress Is Off-Track

Jaipur: The latest report for Rajasthan on the millennium development goals (MDG) released by the state planning board revealed that the state is likely to miss its targeted goals set for 2015. The state has performed poorly in many of the indicators under the MDG report released on Thursday. The progress in child mortality rate, maternal health, gender equality and empowerment of woman and marginalized communities is completely off track. The statistics noted in the report for Rajasthan are painting a grim picture of the state’s development.

Water flowing through Hong Kong and Macao special administrative regions is safe to drink despite the increasing number of environmental incidents on the Pearl River in recent years, the river's mo

New standards for drinking water will come into force in China on July 1, with the number of quality indicators rising to 106 from 35.

National environmental programmes have been seeing no progress since the devolution of the Ministry of Environment two years ago.

Central California’s agricultural bounty, which has stocked grocery shelves across North America for decades, has also stocked the region’s groundwater supply with nitrates, according to a two-year study by researchers at the University of California, Davis.

Food safety regulators in northern China have shut down production at a beverage plant owned by Coca-Cola Co.

This study provides insights to some of the key functions of the Integrated Child Development Scheme and health services in the management of childhood under-nutrition in six key empowered action group states. It explores the underlying process and determinants of under-nutrition and the manner in which these two key services are playing out their role and scope in contributing to the management. Despite the recent emphases on management of under-nutrition, the health services are yet to respond to the enormous challenges in a signifi cant manner.