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  • Centre issues drought advisory to six states Taking note of water levels dipping in dams to a critical level, the Centre has issued a drought advisory to Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Tamil Nadu. The advisory recommends the states to use water for drinking purpose o...
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  • India witnesses 22 percent deficient pre-monsoon rainfall this year: IMD The India Meteorological Department (IMD) data has recorded 75.9 millimetres of rainfall from March 1 to May 15 which is 22 percent deficient from the normal rainfall. Moreover, out of the four meteorological divisions of the ...
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  • Changing climatic patterns are affecting the health of glaciers in the Himalayan region. A new study has warned that as many as 55 percent of glaciers in the Satluj basin may disappear by 2050 and 97 percent by 2090 under extreme climate change scenario. This could adversely hit the availability of ...
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  • Sarla Yadav, a resident of Yamuna Ghat 24 is a treasure trove of stories on the river Yamuna. She runs a boat business with her son Shyam who provides a nuanced personal account of living by the river and of eking out a meagre livelihood by plying boats. They are among a few families who have not so...
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  • What percentage of impurities to be removed from Bentonite (reports attached here) to make it safe for storage of surface rainwater in an open pond near salt desert of Kutchh. We are planning to put 30 cm thick layer of treated Bentonite over 500 gsm virgin plastic layer below.
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  • FICCI is organising 7th Edition of FICCI Water Awards under the aegis of FICCI Water Mission. The Mission instituted the Awards on annual basis to recognize excellence in water conservation and sustainable water management practices. The last date for submission of nominations is June 10, 2019. Th...
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  • I will be shifting to a building soon, where the TDS of water ranges from 300 to 400. There is no municipal connection and the community has a water treatment plant. The water coming in the taps is softened to some extent. In such a scenario do I need a RO system or should I get a water filter? Most...
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  • Are there any borewell scanning contractors in Chennai?
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  • The maintenance cost of STP and its electricity bill is very high and as a result building members find it difficult to cope up with the maintenance. How can we reduce the STP cost? Is it compulsory to install STP in every building? How many flats must be their to support STP?
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  • I have dug my borewell till 515 feets after 450 feets I found water. While testing we used five HP motor which gave two inch water flow for 25 mins, afterwards there is continuous flow of 0.75 inch for whole day and if we stop for 1-2 hrs it gives 2 inches water for 15 mins. Please suggest how much ...
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  • About the organisation Splash is an international charitable organization headquartered in Seattle, WA, founded in 2007. It's mission is simple: “We clean water for kids.” Small, young and growing, Splash is in a unique position to be groundbreaking in the global health and WASH sectors, able t...
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  • In our industry, we are having RO system and 30 percent of wastewater is being produced by this system. I checked the TDS of wastewater and it was 3200 ppm. Now I would like to use this wastewater for growing plants. Could you suggest a few varieties that would be able to thrive at this level of TDS...
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  • About Arghyam and ForWater Platform Arghyam is a registered public charitable foundation that has been working on safe and sustainable water for the last 13 years. It has three focus areas of intervention in water – groundwater, springs and water quality. All the three areas have built up momentu...
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  • About Arghyam and ForWater Platform Arghyam is a registered public charitable foundation that has been working on safe and sustainable water for the last 13 years. Over the last 13 years, we have built our presence in 22 states to address the issue of water security with special attention to ground...
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  • Hi, I am working in ESBR wastewater treatment plant. We are struggling with a issue of Low MLSS, MLVSS in aeration tank and high COD after secondry clarifier. MLSS-700 PPM, MLVSS- 300 PPM Inlet COD 700-800 PPM and after secondry clarifier it is upto 400 ppm. So, please suggest how to increase...
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  • Dear Sir, Two years back the motor and pump set were stuck in the borewell at our residence. When we tried to take it out, the hose and wires came out leaving the set in the borewell itself. Possibly it was stuck in mud. Technicians told us to use another set, so we left the old set in borewell its...
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  • We have a 60kl STP. Planning to use its treated water for recharging groundwater. Please guide. Sonee
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  • Odisha's ecological hotspots severely affected by cyclone Cyclone Fani that battered the state on May 3 has left two of Odisha's ecological hotspots-- Lake Chilka and Balukhand-Konark wildlife sanctuary--in a crisis. The Chilika lake, which had two mouths earlier, has two more now due to wave energ...
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  • NGT raps green ministry for failing to curb depletion of groundwater The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has pulled up the environment ministry for failing to furnish a report, sought by the tribunal earlier, on the actions taken to tackle groundwater depletion. In January, the tribunal had ordered t...
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  • A recent study by Toxics Link, an environmental research and advocacy organisation on batteries titled Dead and buried: A situational analysis of battery waste management in India estimates that 2.7 billion pieces of dry cell batteries are being consumed annually in India. The report talks abou...
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A study suggests chances of half of the glaciers in Satluj basin disappearing by 2050.

Changing climatic patterns are affecting the health of glaciers in the Himalayan region. A new study has warned that as many as 55 percent of glaciers in the Satluj basin may disappear by 2050 and 97 percent by 2090 under extreme climate change scenario. This could adversely hit the availability of water for irrigation and power projects including the Bhakra dam.

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A panel of experts and representatives of the riverine community discuss changes observed in the Yamuna and its relationship with people.

Sarla Yadav, a resident of Yamuna Ghat 24 is a treasure trove of stories on the river Yamuna. She runs a boat business with her son Shyam who provides a nuanced personal account of living by the river and of eking out a meagre livelihood by plying boats. They are among a few families who have not sold their boats so far.

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What percentage of impurities to be removed from Bentonite (reports attached here) to make it safe for storage of surface rainwater in an open pond near salt desert of Kutchh. We are planning to put 30 cm thick layer of treated Bentonite over 500 gsm virgin plastic layer below.

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FICCI is organising 7th Edition of FICCI Water Awards under the aegis of FICCI Water Mission. The Mission instituted the Awards on annual basis to recognize excellence in water conservation and sustainable water management practices.

The last date for submission of nominations is June 10, 2019.

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I will be shifting to a building soon, where the TDS of water ranges from 300 to 400. There is no municipal connection and the community has a water treatment plant. The water coming in the taps is softened to some extent. In such a scenario do I need a RO system or should I get a water filter? Most people have installed RO. Please help.

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Are there any borewell scanning contractors in Chennai?

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The maintenance cost of STP and its electricity bill is very high and as a result building members find it difficult to cope up with the maintenance. How can we reduce the STP cost? Is it compulsory to install STP in every building? How many flats must be their to support STP?

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I have dug my borewell till 515 feets after 450 feets I found water. While testing we used five HP motor which gave two inch water flow for 25 mins, afterwards there is continuous flow of 0.75 inch for whole day and if we stop for 1-2 hrs it gives 2 inches water for 15 mins. Please suggest how much HP motor to be fitted for a continuous supply and whether single phase or three phase motor to be fitted?

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