Pumps and Motors
Haryana's agriculture sector uses seven lakh tubewells, most of which are connected to the grid as the state has a policy of providing highly subsidised electricity to farmers costing Rs. 6200 crore a year. As a result, groundwater exploitation is rampant.
Delhi, home to 16.75 million people, is in the grip of a major water crisis. Statistics by the Delhi Jal Board for the year 2011 suggest that the water deficit stands at about 250 million gallons per day with the supply being 830 million gallons per day.
Training Course on Solar Powered Pumping Systems Sustainable Solution for Public Drinking Water Supply, WatsanCAD, Bhopalposted 6 years 1 month ago
The proposed training is intend to develop capacity of the institutions / organizations / individuals through knowledge sharing on the application of solar energy for pumping and water treatment system appropriate for drinking water sector i.e. rural & urban water supply in India.
The Shivnath River is the longest tributary of the Mahanadi River.
Muneswar and more than 170 farmers in Ambikapur, Chhattisgarh have no regrets after shifting over from traditional agricultural methods of farming to the System of Rice Intensification (SRI) method. Why would they? Most of them have been overwhelmed by the kind of returns they have got compared to their investments.
Call for abstracts for International Conference on Sustainable materials and Innovative technologies in Civil Engineering, Nehru Institute for Technology, Coimbatoreposted 7 years 1 month ago
The water related themes of the Conference are
- Integerated Water Resources management
- Coastal Zone Management
- Groundwater quality
- Urban flooding and landslides
- Ocean infrastructure development
- Global warming and its impact on water resources
- Wastewater treatment and pollution control technologies
The rural-urban divide in access to sanitation reduces: UN
Maharashtra reels under hail storms
The theme of this year’s World Water Day was “energy-water nexus”. It was almost as if the topic was chosen keeping Western Uttar Pradesh in mind because the conflict between water and energy users in agriculture and industry has heightened here in the recent past.