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Strategic Alliance for Water Stewardship: A Collaborative Approach to Advance Water Security

By : Ashish Bhardwaj..., Nov 20, 2019

India is facing a serious and persistent water resource crisis owing to the growing imbalance of demand and supply, poor water quality, and climate-induced water scarcity. A 2030 Water Resources...

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Opinion: Water - A Burning Platform

By : Niranjan Khatri, Aug 13, 2019

India is in the ropes of an unforgiving water shortage in Chennai and Karnataka that is continuing to haunt residents. While Kerala is inundated as a delayed monsoon season has proved itself a...

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Chennai water crisis: How 'great' teamwork, muddy data enabled poor management and engineered a disaster

By : Mridula Ramesh, Jul 26, 2019

This ...

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A bridge over troubled waters: Integrating governance and communities for water security

By : Hemant R. Ojha, Jul 1, 2019

Water security in India has been worsening due to climate change and rapid rate of urbanization. Long-term community-based water management systems are feeling the pressure of increasing demand. While government intervention is vital, building on...

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Policy and Pulp & Paper Industry Working Hand in Glove for Sustainability

By : sustainabilityo..., Jul 22, 2016

The pulp & paper manufacturing is a grossly polluting industry. The industry not only has been long known to consume huge amount of water but also contribute to the pollution of rivers to a...

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Market outlook for Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) in Indian Industry

By : sustainabilityo..., Nov 16, 2015

Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) guidelines were recently introduced for four industrial sectors (textile (wet processing), distilleries, pulp and paper and tanneries) in India. Since March 2015 when Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) issued notifications to 9 State Pollution...

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Zero Liquid Discharge: Outlook for Indian Industry

By : sustainabilityo..., Oct 16, 2015

Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) guidelines were recently introduced for four industrial sectors in India. These sectors would be required to set up systems which will treat the waste water as well as recover dissolved chemicals so that water can be again used in factory...

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