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The State Government of Haryana on October 30, 2019, has issued Reuse of Treated Waste Water Policy-2019 to maximize the collection and treatment of sewage generated and reusing the treated waste water on a sustainable basis, thereby reducing dependency on fresh water resources and to promote treated waste water as an economic resource.

The State Government of Haryana on October 30, 2019, has issued Reuse of Treated Waste Water Policy-2019 to maximize the collection and treatment of sewage generated and reusing the treated waste water on a sustainable basis, thereby reducing dependency on fresh water resources and to promote treated waste water as an economic resource.

More investment is needed to make urban waste water treatment plants fit to meet the difficult challenges posed by the impacts of climate change, as well as the presence of antibiotics and other micro-pollutants in waste water, according to a European Environment Agency (EEA) briefing.

The report examines three large-scale sustainable development challenges for which cross-sector solutions are essential to accelerate and maximize progress towards the SDGs, the Paris Agreement, and other global commitments.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Sukhwanti Vs State of Haryana & Others dated 18/09/2019 regarding a sewage treatment plant (STP) at Barwala, Haryana discharging untreated water into adjoining lands resulting in damage to the crops, contaminating groundwater, death of the livestock and loss of soil fertility.

Developing countries throughout Asia have made impressive gains in sanitation improvement through efforts to reduce open defecation and improve toilet coverage, and hygienic citywide fecal sludge management programs have become critical.

Development finance has largely been directed towards centralized systems of wastewater management, which has resulted in large populations being excluded from proper wastewater collection and treatment services.

Development finance has largely been directed towards centralized systems of wastewater management, which has resulted in large populations being excluded from proper wastewater collection and treatment services.

This guidance note presents an overview of the benefits of improving energy efficiency in urban water and wastewater utilities (WWUs). It defines the typical energy efficiency and load management measures and the process to identify and assess these measures.

Safe irrigation methods are essential when using wastewater for irrigation, but they need to be complemented with other practices from farm to fork to ensure the safety of others involved in the value chain.

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