Policies Regarding Water Conservation in India (Conserve Water, Conserve Life, Save Water, and it will Save You)


Authors : MATRAVI MISHRA

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 2 - February

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7692167

India has 16% of the world's population and only 4% of the world's water resources. The water demand is expected to grow from 40 billion cubic meters (bcm) currently to around 220 bcm in 2025. Water is one of the most important inputs essential for crops. Both its shortage and excess affect the growth and development of the plants, yields, and quality of produce. A water crisis is underway and we don't have a single droplet to spare by setting up sewage treatment plants in gurugram, tata project is recycling wastewater and using the treated water for washing vehicles, cleaning garages, and gardening. And though the NTPC (Non-Technical Popular Categories) project in krishnapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, they are removing total dissolved salts from industrial wastewater. Recycling and reusing 26.7% of the water through on-site wastewater treatment facilities The most important step in the direction of finding solutions to issues of water and environmental conservation is to change people's attitudes and habits; this includes each one of us. The value of water is priceless.

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