Noting a fall in groundwater levels, the fact that all major parks in Delhi are facing water shortage and that the treated effluent used for horticulture purposes leaves behind a foul smell, the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) is in the process of charting out a plan to address the issues.

Old hats, I Multi-level parking lots, community centre gyms and toilets for women find their way back into new proposals
After two months of discussions, the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) on Monday presented its final budget, with proposals bearing a striking similarity with those doing the rounds for the last two-three years.

New Delhi: Behind Shankar Vihar in southwest Delhi, nestled between Vasant Kunj and Mahipalpur, is a huge stretch of area where sewage water from a nearby treatment plant has accumulated.

Civic body will set up a natural wetland purifying plant on Chirag Dilli nullah and use the treated water from it to maintain 22-acre land in south Delhi

The MCD has come up with a unique way to meet the growing water requirement to maintain its parks in south Delhi. After the civic agency started focusing on building a green capital, parks are getting special attention.

The relative cost of dewatering equipment varies widely and is directly related to the processing rate. For smaller utilities that need to dewater sludge in batches, dewatering containers are an alternative that can be relatively inexpensive and simple when compared to other technologies on the market.

New York City wants to catch and store rainwater temporarily in new roof systems to stop heavy storms sending sewage spilling into city waterways.

The catchment systems would consist of "blue" roofs that have a series of drainage pools and "green" or grass- or ivy-covered roofs, under a plan unveiled by Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

Bloomberg estimates the city could save $2.4 billion over 20 yea

This paper aims to highlight the growing importance of improving wastewater use in agriculture across the spectrum from lower to high-income countries. It presents an innovative approach linking key issues related to different aspects of wastewater irrigation to a country

Disinfection is a primary means to destroy/inactive waterborne pathogenic bacteria that could spread diseases in human. Disinfection process is a must in drinking water treatment, and we are all aware of this. In wastewater treatment, disinfectant process is equally important.

This booklet by Exnora Green Pammal (EGP) begins by highlighting the grave situation in relation to solid waste management in the country and the steps undertaken by the government to tackle this issue.

Conservation, metering, end-use languish under deficit-ridden Board.

Delhi gets more water than Paris, according to a report of the Planning Commission. If the national average water supply for cities is 140 litres per capita, Delhiites guzzle 240 litres per capita.