A river or a cesspool of waste?
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Wastewater treatment and reuse practices are limited in India despite the known benefits of preventing water resources pollution and contributing to sustainable production and consumption systems.
The Union Territory of Ladakh, with its exponential rise in tourist footfall, is grappling with the problem of waste disposal. The locals, on the other hand, get rid of their garbage by burning it.
India is one of the most water-stressed regions in the world, with 600 million Indians facing extreme water stress, according to a NITI Aayog report from 2018.
Only a third of sewage generated daily is treated in India, according to CPCB
State government makes harvesting and using of rainwater a must in Bengaluru
NMCG approves new projects for the revival of six polluted stretches in Uttarakhand