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With growing urbanisation and industralisation India faces the challenge of providing clean and safe drinking water to all citizens. In the name of economic growth most rivers and streams are turning into sewers. As more and more rivers are getting polluted, the municipalities are finding it difficult to treat river water to safe levels and supply it to citizens.

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Ganga: the run of the river

Passing through five states, the Ganga covers 26 per cent of the country’s landmass. Despite the enormous amounts of money spent on cleaning it, the river continues to run polluted. Worse, the pollution is increasing even in stretches that were earlier considered clean.

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River Pollution

   
     
  Reviving our river  
  Source: Times of India  
 
  :: Change flush-&-forget mindset, cry for Yamuna  
  :: Reduce water demand & wastage to revive river  
 
 
  Blogs: Sunita Narain  
  :: From water to water  
  :: Excreta's economy: a true experience  
  :: Making water-excreta accounts  
 
 
  Opinion:  
  :: Waste, by any other name...  
 
 
  Report:  
  :: Review of the interceptor plan for the Yamuna  
  :: State of pollution in the Yamuna  
 
 
  Presentation:  
  :: About Yamuna. But not just Yamuna  
 
 
  Book:   
  :: Sewage canal: How to clean the Yamuna  
 
 
  Film:  
  :: Faecal Attraction: Political Economy of Defecation  
 
 
 
 

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Viedo & Infographics

video Faecal Attraction - A Film from CSE

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video Clean Your Act

Clean Your Act’ is a film about alternative ways to treat wastewater.

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