Rainwater Harvesting Systems Lacking in the City.

Mandatory rainwater harvesting is still not installed everywhere it should to save water in Bangalore. The Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) surveyed over 50,000 buildings for lacking to install rainwater harvesting system (RWH), -the installation of which was made mandatory in 2009. It was stated that ‘it is a mandatory requirement for adoption […]

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Bangaloreans Suffer Due to Diminishing Groundwater

With no perennial water resources and ever-growing population, Bangalore will collapse: Expert. Bengaluru, Nov.17, 2018. Groundwater rejuvenation is poor in Bangalore; overexploitation of the groundwater by the government and the citizens has led to a massive fall in the levels of groundwater in the city. The latest Niti Aayog report ranks Bangalore amongst the top […]

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Lack of Sewage Treatment Plants in Bengaluru

Bengaluru generates around 1,440 million liters of sewage water on a daily basis, while the treatment capacity of 25 STPs is 1,059 million litres Bengaluru, Sept. 27, 2018: Bangalore has a population of 8.5 million and generates around 1,440 MLD (million litres daily) of sewage water. Proper treatment of sewage water could be utilized for domestic […]

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