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Plan For Water Safety And Security

By Abhishek Dutta Introduction A Water Safety Plan (WSP) is defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as “a comprehensive risk assessment and risk management approach that encompasses all steps in water supply from catchment to consumer” to ensure safe...

Do We Just Need A Sign To Save Water?

Study finds signs create a greater sense of environmental stewardship that could help reduce water consumption. By Klaus Reichardt According to a June 17, 2018 report in Al Jazeera, India is facing its worst-ever water crisis. The report, written by Zeenat Saberin,...

The Water-Energy-Food Nexus

By Robert C. Brears With rising demand for water, energy, and food, leading cities and water utilities have created synergies between the water-energy-food nexus sectors while reducing trade-offs in the development of a green economy. Water-Efficient Urban FarmsKansas...

Advanced Water And Wastewater Treatment Systems

By Frost & Sullivan With rapid urbanization, availability of good-quality water is becoming scarce. Adding to that pressure is increasing population and pollution. The world population is increasing by 80 million each year, growing to be globally water-scarce by...

Ground Level Reflections From High-Level Panel Initiatives

By Amy Syvrud, IWC for the Australian Water Partnership (AWP) As an initiative to support the now-concluded High-Level Panel on Water (HLPW), ‘WaterGuide’ policy dialogues were held with four countries to share Australian expertise and experience in water scarcity and...

Water In The Bank

By Warwick Lorenz Australia is moving into a serious drought which in some parts of the country is now in its fourth year. Australia is a strong agricultural producer with over 3 million square miles of territory, inhabited by on 24 million people. 60% of that...

Changing Scenario Of Sewage Treatment Plants (STPs) In India

By Suhas Ruikar The recycling and reuse of wastewater have gained a lot of momentum in the recent past, mainly due to the following: Ever-increasing water demand. Limited natural resources and erratic monsoon rainfall. Cost-effective way to get water for some...

The State Of National Rural Drinking Water Programme

By WaterAid India In August 2018, the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) came out with a comprehensive performance audit report on the National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP) for 2012-17. While the civil society and non-profit organizations working...