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  • Guidelines to monitor illegal sand mining released For the first time, the Environment Ministry has released Enforcement and Monitoring Guidelines for Sand Mining 2020 to monitor and check illegal sand mining in the country. The guidelines include directions to states to carry out river audits, ...
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  • Dear team, We are living in a hilly area in Hyderabad. We have already constructed a house and its more difficult to bore now. We are looking for mini borewell now with less noise and that can be drilled upto the depth of 200-250. Thanks Dinesh
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  • November 19th is World Toilet Day. India's massive five-year all-hands-on-deck Clean India Mission to construct latrines for all has just ended. The Government reports that 100 million additional toilets have been constructed via this campaign; these are mostly not connected to waterborne sewer sy...
    priyadposted 4 months 2 weeks agoread more
  • Dear Team, I am confused about which purifier I need to use at my home. I have Aquaguard RO purifier installed in my home, currently after purification the TDS level is below 10 which is not suitable for drinking. I am planning buy gravity based filter but has doubts whether the water supplied by H...
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  • Cyclone Bulbul causes devastation in West Bengal and Odisha Hitting the coast of India and Bangladesh on November 9th, the deadly Cyclone Bulbul has claimed twenty lives, displaced two million people and destroyed houses in West Bengal and Bangladesh. The storm brought torrential rains and strong w...
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  • Telangana government, tribals stand against proposed uranium mining in Nallamala forests A few months ago, the environment ministry gave in-principle approval to the Uranium Corporation of India Limited (UCIL) to begin exploration for uranium in the Nallamala forest, which stretches across the stat...
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  • Hi, I have an independent house with three families. My plot size is 30×60 feet. I don't have a borewell. I am looking for water recycling that I can use it for flushing of toilet. Can you suggest some plan for this. I am from Hyderabad.
    Anonymous (not verified)posted 7 months 1 week agoread more
  • Hi Team, This is Adithya from Hyderabad city Moula Ali area. I have an independent house situated at Moula Ali, Jawahar Nagar colony. We dug a borewell in the year 2005 with 300 ft depth, after that we flushed it in the year 2011 and then we never had a water problem. However, from past one year we...
    Anonymous (not verified)posted 8 months 2 weeks agoread more
  • Bihar and northeast India reel under floods As the water level of the Brahmaputra River rose above the danger level across Assam, 30 of the 33 districts in the state were deluged by floods, affecting nearly 43 lakh people and claiming 15 lives. In Bihar, incessant rains in neighbouring Nepal ca...
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  • (Received through email) Hi, I would like to know what is maximum allowed depth for a borewell? My next plot owner already went till 2000 and they are digging close to our apartment. So would need to know any norms set for maximum depth allowed by GHMC or CGWB. Regards Vinoth babu...
    swatiposted 1 year 1 month agoread more
  • Monsoon shows a deficit of five percent in June The rainfall shows a deficit of five percent in the month of June for the whole country. While the north-west India recorded 'large excesses', Saurashtra, Kutch and east Uttar Pradesh are among the rain def...
    swatiposted 1 year 9 months agoread more
  • Bihar floods: Fear of epidemic looms large The recent flood in the state have taken 200 lives and affected nearly 1.5 crore people across 18 Bihar districts. Although the flood water has started receding, the fear of an epidemic has increased. To tackle the situation, medical facilities are being p...
    swatiposted 2 years 7 months agoread more
  • Need to tackle core issues to end farm crisis: Experts According to farm sector experts, the Rs 34,000-crore farm loan waiver in Maharashtra alone will not help improve the situation of farmers in the state as they will continue to suffer from other important issues such as high input costs, l...
    swatiposted 2 years 9 months agoread more
  • Most of Hyderabad water bodies reduced to cesspools Out of the 25 prominent water bodies in Hyderabad, 23 have failed to meet the water quality standards set by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB). With the presence of high levels of faecal coliform, all 23 water bodies fall below ...
    swatiposted 3 years 3 months agoread more
  • Country's first mobile chilled water kiosk in Rajasthan Rajasthan’s Barmer district has received the country’s first mobile-any-time-water kiosk that dispenses chilled water for the community. The initiative is a part of the corporate social responsibility of Cairn India that is supporting...
    swatiposted 3 years 5 months agoread more
  • Rains cause havoc in Hyderabad while Mumbai lakes, dams overflow with water Water reserviors in Mumbai record full capacity, while Hyderabad struggles as water logging and flooding is reported from several areas. Hyderabad municipal corporation has asked the Army for help in relief operations,...
    sabitakaushalposted 3 years 6 months agoread more
  • Floods grip many parts of the country Heavy downpour in Maharashtra and Rajasthan has caused 10 deaths while thousands have been affected due to floods in Madhya Pradesh and Assam. In Uttarakhand, the water level in Ganga has risen considerably and people have been restricted from stepping dow...
    swatiposted 3 years 8 months agoread more
  • Maharashtra government withdraws plea against ban on construction on wetlands   The Maharashtra government has withdrawn its petition seeking modifications in an earlier court order pertaining to banning of constructions in wetland areas. In the last court hearing, the state government wa...
    swatiposted 3 years 8 months agoread more
  • Dear IWP Please suggest to me how to do rain water harvesing for this borewell which is 480 feet deep, and has stoped working. The soil is black clay type soil and I can see that the water doen't seep into this soil. I have read many articles on rain water harvesting but no one has mentionion...
    Surendarposted 4 years 1 month agoread more
  • Hi,I went through the articles and FAQ on rain water harvesting. I need to know if you are aware of any NGOs or organisations which take care of this in Hyderabad? We are looking at rain water harvesting mainly for ground water rechargeThank you
    Anonymous (not verified)posted 4 years 9 months agoread more

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Guidelines to monitor illegal sand mining released

For the first time, the Environment Ministry has released Enforcement and Monitoring Guidelines for Sand Mining 2020 to monitor and check illegal sand mining in the country.

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Dear team,

We are living in a hilly area in Hyderabad. We have already constructed a house and its more difficult to bore now. We are looking for mini borewell now with less noise and that can be drilled upto the depth of 200-250.

Thanks Dinesh

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On World Toilet Day, we bring to light the labour of India’s sewer workers - those who do the unclean work that a Clean India relies on.

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Dear Team,

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Cyclone Bulbul causes devastation in West Bengal and Odisha

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Telangana government, tribals stand against proposed uranium mining in Nallamala forests

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Hi, I have an independent house with three families. My plot size is 30×60 feet. I don't have a borewell. I am looking for water recycling that I can use it for flushing of toilet. Can you suggest some plan for this. I am from Hyderabad.

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Hi Team,

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Bihar and northeast India reel under floods

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(Received through email)

Hi,

I would like to know what is maximum allowed depth for a borewell? My next plot owner already went till 2000 and they are digging close to our apartment. So would need to know any norms set for maximum depth allowed by GHMC or CGWB.

Regards
Vinoth babus
 
 

 

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