Global practices to clean rivers

Global practices to clean rivers
Last Date Sep 10,2014 18:30 PM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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This task requires you to share global best practices adopted to clean big rivers across the world.

This task requires you to share global best practices adopted to clean big rivers across the world.

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Mohammed Ahmed 5 years 3 months ago

instead of passing wastage of factories into the rivers, it must be disposed within the plant in a eco friendly manner , so that nothing should be mixed with rivers.

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atul upadhyay 5 years 3 months ago

clean river water step by step from top to lower ......filtering the water in dam to dam ..............

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parag kothare 5 years 3 months ago

rather then disposal of industrial or municipal waste direct into the river we should done a treatment over this waste water by using MBR Technology which is cheaper then any other method. by using technology industries can utilize the water for their manufacturing or boiler process which can also help in reducing expenditure..

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Ashwani mathur 5 years 3 months ago

they r protecting water quality 2 protecting water from every pollution 3 ensure environment sustainability 4intergrate the principle of sustainable development into country5 make policies n programes on cleans 6 improved escosystem service improved to live , health

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Vinotheeswaran Sakarapani Raman 5 years 3 months ago

Did you know that only 3% of the Earth's water is fresh-water? And of that 3%, 2/3 is trapped in glaciers and polar ice caps. That means only 1% of the Earths freshwater supply is accessible for use! This is why it is so important to conserve the limited amount of water that we do have.

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ASHWANI KUMAR MALOO 5 years 3 months ago

Designing a toilet flush which can reduce our water consumption to 50% will help resolving the problems. Today even urine disposal is consuming same amount of water which is wastage of water because urine itself is 90% plus water. the larger is amount of water to treat, more is power and chemical consumption which is making our problem worse. so first thing to work out is optimize use of water and thus reducing waste water for treatment.