Increasing urban production of perishable foods can increase diversity in the food system, adding new products, producers, techniques and systems that will resist different threats and meet different needs. As Australia continues to struggle with water scarcity and increasing climate extremes, food production in and around its cities can contribute to healthy and resilient communities.

This is a recent report by Planning Commission on utilization of funds and assets created through Ganga Action Plan. It has been prepared for the Supreme Court and is based on data obtained from CPCB, MoEF and the field visits made to plant sites in Uttarakhand, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.

The current study uses contingent valuation technique to estimate the value of clean water in river Musi in Hyderabad, India. The main source of pollution of the river is untreated domestic and industrial wastewater from the urban area of Hyderabad.

Poor sanitation is endemic in towns and cities across India and exacts a heavy toll on public health. In response, the Government of India has made increased funding available

Urbanization is occurring at an unprecedented rate, particularly in developing countries, with high migration of population from rural to urban areas. As a consequence of urbanization and associated environmental impacts, the issue of providing water to growing urban population is becoming critical. Water management in the context of urban area has two components i.e.

In this paper, the economic impact of having a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) for medium sized towns (Sivas and Fethiye) in Turkey with the objective of environmental pollution prevention is assessed by taking investment and operation costs, required tariff levels, affordability and willingness to pay of the users into account.

Ultraviolet light kills bacteria in wastewater without the use of chemicals. This reliable and environment friendly method was used in the project Clean Isar in Germany.

Wastewater irrigation is a common practice in developing countries of Asia and Africa and also in the water scarce regions of the developed world like Australia. In India, wastewater is used either raw or partially treated due to high treatment costs, whereas in Australia, treated wastewater is recycled in agriculture and other sectors in water scarce areas and regions with severe restrictions on disposal of treated wastewater effluents.

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To address the wastewater management issue of medium to small-scale industries and other commercial establishments and institutions the WASPA Project has developed a series of booklets for selected sectors. This booklet is written as a guideline on wastewater management for vehicle service stations.