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Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Rajesh Pareek Vs State of Uttar Pradesh dated 05/10/2023.

Wastewater is a growing health and environmental threat, accounting for almost as many planet warming emissions as the aviation industry.

Joint committee inspection report consolidated of four district's (Ujjain, Dewas, Ratlam and Indore) in the matter of Original Application No 25/2023 (Sachin Dave Vs Union of India & Others).

The joint committee report was in response to the NGT, Central Bench, Bhopal order, April 20, 2023 and July 13, 2023.

This Compendium of Best Practices is a repository of unique and effective water management strategies applied nationally as well as internationally.

Six monthly progress report on solid waste and liquid waste management of Manipur state in compliance with the National Green Tribunal (NGT) order, December 12, 2022.

A team of officers from Department of Tribal Affairs & Hills and Department of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, Urban Development, PHED and officials from Directorate of Environment and Climate Change have visited at Indore City for exposure of success story on waste management. Now, the team is preparing an integrated action plan for waste management in urban, rural and hill areas.

This document highlights the scope of reuse of treated wastewater for urban/peri-urban agriculture, its challenges and the way forward. The potential of reusable treated wastewater keeps on increasing as the urban centers grow out to accommodate the fast pace of urbanization.

Arab countries in the Middle East and North Africa (hereafter called “the region”) generate around 21.5 billion cubic meters (BCM) of municipal wastewater each year.

Given the exponential amount of wastewater generated in the country, India has immense potential to meet the growing water demand across different sectors and improve its water environment with proper wastewater management. This study presents the case for mainstreaming the reuse of treated wastewater in India.

The Compendium of liquid waste management technologies is primarily a capacity building tool and reference book.

As this book highlights, the number of (direct) water reuse projects has doubled every decade since 1990, and there are more than 400 operational projects now in the MENA region. Nevertheless, the potential for resource recovery from municipal wastewater in the MENA region is still untapped.