The global use of untreated waste water from cities to irrigate crops is much more widespread than previously estimated, says a new report. According to this updated assessment, nearly 30 million hectares
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Economies in the Asia-Pacific region cannot sustain their present dynamic growth “unless water is brought into the equation” as the region faces a “crisis” in securing and managing the prime resource.
A ten-member delegation of Bangladesh will arrive Sarboom in South district on Monday to inspect the proposed water treatment plant at Anandapara, 6 km from Sabroom town. The 6.5-lakh-gallon water treatment plant, which was mulled six to seven years back, could not be implemented due to opposition from the Bangladesh Rifles(BDR).
Domestic wastewater management in South and Southeast Asia: the potential benefits of a decentralised approach
Owing to its enormous construction and maintenance costs, the management of wastewater in many urban centres of developing countries via a centralised wastewater management approach is very difficult.