Ground water is free. Industries draw liberally from it, to the detriment of human and ecological life around them.

Sheila writes to Haryana to resume work on Munak

Delhi has sent yet another reminder to Haryana asking it to complete work on the long-pending Munak Canal. A simmering issue between the two States, the canal has been delayed for a long time for various reasons, mostly to do with money.

In 1999, the Israeli government initiated a long-term, large scale SWRO (Sea Water Reverse Osmosis) desalination program. The program is designed to provide to the growing demands on Israel's scarce water resources, and to mitigate the drought conditions that have characterized most years since the mid 1990s.

This handbook is prepared as per the requirements of Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation (MDWS), Government of India having following objectives: Identification of existing technologies for providing safe drinking water in the country;

When the city of American Falls, Idaho (USA) was looking to replace an existing chlorination system for the disinfection of municipal wastewater, a primary concern was for a disinfection system that eliminated the dangerous chemical byproducts of the chlorination process. To meet these demands, the municipality turned to ITT for the installation of a disinfection system using WEDECO ultraviolet technology.

The Water Services Corporation in Malta is one example of a forward-looking operator of a seawater reverse osmosis seeking to ensure the production of high quality drinking at an affordable price.

Delhi wants Haryana to release more water at Tajewala for its use or ensure that the entire quantum is supplied right up to its water treatment plants within the city limits.

The global water market could be worth $800 billion by 2035, with Asia making up half that value as rapid economic growth and a rising population boosts demand, the president and chief executive of

This case study reports on the application of fractional electrodeionization (FEDI) in the production of high purity deionized water. The advantages of this two-stage dual voltage technology over conventional electrodeionization (EDI) are discussed, including better quality of treated water, ability to handle feed water fluctuations, optimized power consumption, and quick on-site regeneration of media. Opening data and experience from one power plant is presented.

The water supply to the Latur city was earlier managed by Latur Municipal Corporation (LMC) and had faced major problems in terms of supplying water to its citizens due to source limitations and very poor water supply accounting. From LMC, the water management function was transferred to Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran (MJP) to infuse operational improvements and finance for various capital schemes.