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How is Water Recycling an answer to our water crisis?

Today water recycling is considered the key to our water crisis. With great breakthroughs in all the areas of science, we have come to a conclusion that only self sustaining and holistic solutions are the way to go forward for a secure future. 729 more words

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It rains in California!

Hello hello.

So sorry for my break. I have been such a bad blogger. I’m trying to make it work. I’m sorry for my few semi-dedicated readers! 215 more words

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Water, the final frontier

The UN has already ratified that water and sanitation are a basic human right based on which all other human rights are enjoyed. However in our increasingly privately owned and operated globalized world, water continues to be an issue that nobody wants to publicly address since it might create awareness and prompt action on our side to make changes to our lifestyles in order to protect and save water or drive social change and innovative social entrepreneurship, which in turn will delay the returns made by corporations to reap the benefits of their water investments. 177 more words

Knorr Campaign Asks Consumers to ‘Eat’ Less Water

Knorr claims that addressing water waste is therefore “more important than ever,” and launched its new campaign during World Water Week in partnership with the Water Footprint Network (WFN). 18 more words

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Why maintaining Sewage Treatment Plants in condominium is difficult?

Sewage Treatment Plants seem like the answer to many water related concerns today. They help us re-utilise and manage water supply efficiently. But this system also comes with its own set of challenges. 384 more words

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Rainwater harvesting made mandatory in rural areas too.

Rainwater harvesting mandatory for all commercial/residential buildings above 2,000 sq ft area. The zilla panchayat building at Kottara has such a system, which can collect about 1.30 lakh litres of rainwater during monsoon. 10 more words

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August is Water Quality Month

August is the time of year when many people are enjoying the last bits of summer recreational activities involving water. But these bodies of water are threatened by increasing water pollution. 286 more words