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  •  Over 3.5 lakh water conservation measures taken up in a single month as nationwide Jal Shakti Abhiyan hits ground In a countrywide effort to enhance water security, especially in water stressed districts, the Centre initiated Jal Shakti Abhiyan (JSA) has reported over 3.5 lakh water conservat...
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  • Government to 3D map aquifers in all villages Union Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekawat said that the Centre is carrying out 3D aquifer mapping of every village in India, to help target water conservation measures at a micro level across the country. Such an exercise will help the governmen...
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  • Vishwanath Srikantaiah, popularly known as the 'Rainman', has been in the news recently for his ambitious project to build one million recharge wells in Bengaluru. Given the dire situation we find ourselves in vis-à-vis water, the initiative could not have come at a better time. While Vishwanath h...
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  • Lok Sabha passes Inter-State River Water Disputes (Amendment) Bill, 2019   The Lok Sabha has passed the Inter-State River Water Disputes (Amendment) Bill, 2019, which seeks to amend the Inter-State River Water Disputes Act of 1956. The bill proposes to set up a central tribunal to help...
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  • Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), a New Delhi based non-profit has rated the country’s fertilizer sector on several parameters, in a first of its kind study. The rating, done over an 18-month-long process, covered 28 of the 32 functional fertilizer units in the country. The findings of thi...
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  • Himalayan states demand green bonus and separate ministry from Centre At the recent Conclave of Himalayan States, a separate ministry was demanded to deal with problems endemic to the mountain states, as well as a green bonus in recognition of their contribution to environmental conservation. ...
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  • What are the error when reading meteorological instrument and how to correct them?
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  • Diviner mentioned water table 250- 300 ft. Borewell depth = 500 feet. Dia. 6.5 inch. Strata weathered rock. During drilling no water seen. 1 day, water column height was 112 ft, 3 days: 156.5 ft, 4 days:192 ft, and 5 days: 220 ft. We would be happy to get 750 liters per shift x 2...
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  • If the water pump is not used for a long time, will it stop working? If so how often should I use the pump?
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  • My house is near STP. Noise and smell is unbearable. Please suggest
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  • Please inform the name of agencies carrying out Packer Test, Spinner Test (Flow Log), Acoustic Televiewer Log, Optical Televiewer Log
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  • I am a researcher at IIM Bangalore. I found the reference crop evapotranspiration coefficients for different districts for the past 100 years here: https://www.indiawaterportal.org/met_data/ However, I am interested in downloading the coefficients for the recent 10 years (i.e., 2010-2019). Is there ...
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  • Offline iron remover installed for borewell water. After one year, black water comes often. When we cleaned the tank, we found sandy coal like black substance. Could it be due to the wear out of the iron remover or contaminated water.
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  • Large dams, back in the game? Recent years are seeing the re-emergence of large dams as sources of hydropower generation in global development policy. Large dams are being propagated as clean, green, climate-mitigating and a major source of renewable energy in emerging markets in the Global South. ...
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  • I dug a borewell 180 feets and received 2 inches of water at160 feets, however, when we fit the motor, only one inch of water came out. Would want to know the reason for this?
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  • There are over 6000 packaged drinking water plants in India at present. These plants use the RO technology. The RO membrane filters out excess salts and sends them through reject water daily, depending upon the capacity of the plant.  I need practical ideas beyond sanitation use of the reject ...
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  • One-day Pre-conference Workshop Introduction to Water Ethics Organised by: Forum for Policy Dialogue on Water Conflicts in India (Pune) Water-Culture Institute (New Mexico) Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and Environment (Bengaluru)  Where? Bengaluru When? 23rd of September, 2019 I...
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  • How much is the minimum distance required for a mineral water plant to be located from a water body?
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  • Dead rat in the water tank collecting rainwater through which water went into open well. We have removed the rat, but can see all its hair might have gotten into the open well, I suppose. Please advise on purifying the well water and cleaning the tank so that I can use it for future.
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  • How we may contribute our best to the Jal Shakti Mantralaya of the Government of India. Can we get the details of their efforts in controlling drought situation in many states? Is it true that 20 years down the line there will not be water and fossil fuel.
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A million recharge wells for Bangalore

Vishwanath Srikantaiah, popularly known as the 'Rainman', has been in the news recently for his ambitious project to build one million recharge wells in Bengaluru. Given the dire situation we find ourselves in vis-à-vis water, the initiative could not have come at a better time.

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Lok Sabha passes Inter-State River Water Disputes (Amendment) Bill, 2019  

The Lok Sabha has passed the Inter-State River Water Disputes (Amendment) Bill, 2019, which seeks to amend the Inter-State River Water Disputes Act of 1956.

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A recent report by CSE rates fertilizer plants on how green the sector is.

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), a New Delhi based non-profit has rated the country’s fertilizer sector on several parameters, in a first of its kind study. The rating, done over an 18-month-long process, covered 28 of the 32 functional fertilizer units in the country. The findings of this green rating project were shared during the release of this rating report on 29th July, 2019 in New Delhi.

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Himalayan states demand green bonus and separate ministry from Centre

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What are the error when reading meteorological instrument and how to correct them?

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  • Diviner mentioned water table 250- 300 ft.
  • Borewell depth = 500 feet.
  • Dia. 6.5 inch.
  • Strata weathered rock.
  • During drilling no water seen.
  • 1 day, water column height was 112 ft, 3 days: 156.5 ft, 4 days:192 ft, and 5 days: 220 ft.

We would be happy to get 750 liters per shift x 2 shifts per day.

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If the water pump is not used for a long time, will it stop working? If so how often should I use the pump?

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My house is near STP. Noise and smell is unbearable. Please suggest

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