Wastewater reuse is an important adaptation option for mitigating water stress in rapidly growing urban centres. But, wastewater reuse is easier said than done, particularly in developing countries. The task becomes even more challenging when one takes a basin-level perspective.

Businesses across the country will be able to choose their supplier of water and waste water services for the first time, with the long-awaited Water Bill granted Royal Assent last night (14 May).

Shubham Grover, a resident of Gohana and student of chemical engineering in IIT-Delhi, has innovated a mini-plant for treating wastewater of the kitchen in the houses.

दिल्ली की लाइफ लाइन मेट्रो ने दिल्लीवालों के सफर को आसान बना दिया है। बिना किसी रुकावट के ठंडक में सफर करना सभी को अच्छा लगता है लेकिन हम यह नहीं जानते कि इस आरामदायक सफर के लिए हमें क्या कीमत चुका

Follow Rules Or Face Closure, Warns DPCC

Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) has threatened to seal the Wazirpur industrial area if it continues to violate environmental regulations.
The area with 2,000-odd industrial units is allegedly discharging untreated waste water into the sewers. The waste water doesn’t reach the common effluent treatment plant (CETP) as the sewerage system is broken, says a team of DPCC scientists, which recently visited the area.

Do you worry that there is not enough water for people, the economy and environment? Do you wonder if the water in our taps and rivers is safe or polluted? Do you want to know if farmers waste water, utilities charge too much, or bottled water destroys ecosystems? You're not alone in asking questions.

The state government is working on a tertiary treatment and reverse osmosis plant to supply treated water to industries in Oragadam, Sriperumbudur and Irungattukottai, said Phanindra Reddy, secreta

The city finally has a couple of environment-friendly residential apartments to feel proud of.

Stringent and uniform standards for sewage treatment in residential buildings and industries with more than 20,000 sq m built-up area is in the offing.

The Maharashtra Pollution Control Board has proposed that all sewage treatment plants should meet inland freshwater discharge standards to promote recycling and reusing of treated waste. The pollution control board has invited suggestions for and objections to the proposal.

The Defence Research and Development Organisation's new eco-friendly residential complex at Timarpur, Delhi, has the anaerobic biodigestor technology, that aims to conserve nature.