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‘Mumbai airport recycling 25% of the water used by every passenger’

The plants recycle 25 per cent of water used by every passenger, which is then utilised for toilet flushing, cooling and in the airport’s green spaces.

BMC plans treated water from STPs for potable supply

With a large quantity of water set to be generated from the Malad STP, the BMC is considering putting the tertiary treated water through another round of filtration and including it in the city’s existing potable water supply.

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Kejriwal's advocates 'toilet to tap' by drinking water after sewage treatment

DJB and the NGO, Social Awareness Newer Alternatives (SANA) said the Chief Minister's example in expressing optimism that treated water from sewage would gradually gain acceptance.

Govt looking at water conservation, recycling to meet needs: Kejriwal

The DJB has decided to sell the treated effluent at Rs 7 per kilo litre for non-potable requirements.

Builders may have to include plan to save treated water

Developers proposing large housing projects may have to make a provision to direct the excess treated water from their housing colonies to maintain public spaces and gardens.

Saving water for Gurgaon

Following the Punjab and Haryana High Court order,only recycled water is being used for new and existing construction in Gurgaon. Even as the administration claims success in implementation,the city would continue to remain water-stressed unless the government takes steps to augment supply

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DJB claims sewage work complete,residents complain no relief yet

Having finally announced completion of its sewer rehabilitation works in North and West Delhi last week after a delay of more than a year

Sewage disposal facilities in Gurgaon fight overload

The sewage treatment plants in Gurgaon are unable to handle the daily load,taking away the gloss of impressive residential highrises and ultra-modern office buildings of the city.

High alert at civic facilities

Municipal Commissioner Mahesh Zagade has directed heads of civic departments to beef up security at important civic facilities and also keep a check on citizens visiting offices.

Lucknow’s Rs 169-cr STP starts operations

After a month-long trial and several rounds of tests in the last few days,one of the largest sewage treatment plants (STP) at Bharwara in Lucknow started functioning on Saturday.

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