The NCT of Delhi, being a densely populated region with a burgeoning urban landscape, faces unique challenges in maintaining the quality of its water resources. Recognizing the significance of the shallow aquifer, this report delves into a thorough analysis to provide a comprehensive understanding of the ground water quality in the region.

Delhi’s vital water source, the Yamuna river, is facing a severe pollution crisis due to untreated effluents, biomedical waste and illegal dumping of construction debris (malba), posing an imminent threat, according to a comprehensive report from the parliamentary standing committee on water resources.

Status report by the Chandigarh Pollution Control Committee in the matter of "How garbage is choking N-Choe in Chandigarh" dated 16/01/2024.

This paper briefly synthesizes recent research illustrating how smartphones, sometimes in conjunction with other sensors, present a nexus point method for citizen scientists to engage with and use sophisticated modern technology for water quality monitoring.

India is a vast country with varied hydrogeological situations resulting from diversified geological, climatological and topographic settings. Water-bearing rock formations (aquifers), range in age from Archaean to Recent.

Sanitation and wastewater treatment are key elements for global human health and aquatic biodiversity. Scenarios showed an improvement of sanitation but unimproved sanitation will not disappear before 2070. Wastewater treatment will also improve but not in all regions of the world.

The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) has published the Water Purification System (Regulation of Use) Rules, 2023. The rules outline guidelines for the proper management, storage, and utilization of reject water and discarded elements generated by these systems.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Mahesh Chandra Saxena Vs Chief Secretary, Govt. of NCT of Delhi & Others dated 13/10/2023. In the Original Application, the issue relating to ground water contamination in reference to the rain water harvesting system installed in the housing societies in Dwarka was raised. The OA was disposed of with certain directions and thereafter, this Execution Application has been filed.

This publication, Water Quality in Agriculture: Risks and Risk Mitigation, emphasizes technical solutions and good agricultural practices, including risk mitigation measures suitable for the contexts of differently resourced institutions working in rural as well as urban and peri-urban settings in low- and middle-income countries.

The great expansion of economic activity since the end of World War II has caused an unprecedented rise in living standards, but it has also caused rapid changes in earth systems. Nearly all types of natural capital—the world’s stock of resources and services provided by nature—are in decline.