National Environmental Engineering Research Institute seeks opinion from the public on the concept of groundwater recharge with treated municipal wastewater

The Ministry of Water Resources, Government of India, New Delhi, has entrusted National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) to undertake a feasibility study on "Artificial groundwater recharge using treated municipal wastewater". Artificial groundwater recharge is a process of augmenting the natural purification processes occurring within the soil aquifer in the vadose zone. This treatment technique is known as Soil aquifer treatment (SAT).

Guest post by: Anisha Nijhawan

As a part of this study, NEERI is conducting a public consultation to gather opinion on the concept of groundwater recharge with treated wastewater. Kindly visit the link below to answer the survey questions. Your participation will be greatly appreciated and useful to determine further course of action in going ahead with SAT or otherwise.

Click this link to take the survey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MJMJRVT

Thanking you,

Water Technology and Management Division
National Environmental Engineering Research Institute

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