Waste Water Management in India: Imperative not Optional

Waste Water Management in India: Imperative not Optional Sep - Nov 2017 The ever increasing water shortage has been a grave problem for India. Rising waste water due to rapid industrialization and growing population, along with diminishing freshwater sources like rivers, wells, and groundwater is concerning. The Water and [...]


India in need to reuse Waste Water

While water is a renewable resource, it is at the same time a limited resource. According to a report by the United Nations, India is the biggest consumer of groundwater in the world. By contrast, among major countries, groundwater levels in India are going down faster than anywhere else. With increasing [...]


Water & Sanitation in India

Guest Author: Arumugam Kalimuthu | Program Director | WASH Institute Sanitation and the need to comprehensively address its varied challenges is emerging as a key priority in India and other developing countries across the world, and in the past 2 years the Indian Government’s promotion of Swachh Bharat (Clean India) [...]


Water Sector in India: The Importance of Water Treatment

Worldwide, the demand for Water Treatment Additives is expected to grow by 11.6 % annually to $16.3 billion in 2019. Therefore, developing markets, such as India hold the greatest potential due to rising incomes, coupled with increasing concerns about poor water quality, and expanding consumer awareness about the types of [...]


Massive potential for the Water & Waste-Water Sector in India

Guest author: Danny Jeong | General Manager | Toray Chemical Korea Inc. India has been picked as one of the top four markets in global water treatment with Brazil, China and United States, by Global Water Intelligence in Global Water Market 2014. The country is experiencing rapid industrialization, population growth and economic [...]

Go to Top