No money to revive Vrishabhavathi

Six months after it was announced, the Vrishabhavati rejuvenation project is waiting for funds. A Rs. 1500 crore project to revive the Vrishabhavathi River has not started even after six months due to  lack of funds. Jayalaxmi B.S., chief Executive Engineer of Bengaluru Water Supply and Sewage Board(BWSSB) said, “The project has not been started […]

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High salinity in groundwater proving costly for residents

Sewage and industrial waste flowing into Vrishabhavathi in the city is haunting the villagers near Bidadi. Clogged plumbing, ruined water heaters add to the woes of health problems such as skin rashes and hair fall. Ramanagara: High saline and mineral content in groundwater is clogging plumbing and harming household appliances such as solar water heaters […]

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