Article: Building Efficient Irrigation Systems, Strategies and Improved Agronomic Practices, Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd. Jalgaon, India

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The wastewater from industries varies so greatly in both flow and pollutional strength. So, it is impossible to assign fixed values to their constituents. In general, industrial wastewaters may contain suspended, colloidal and dissolved (mineral and organic) solids. In addition, they may be either excessively acid or alkaline and may contain high or low concentrations …

Article: Benchmark characterization of wastewater and soil at Dharwad

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The average availability of water is reducing steadily with the growing population and it is estimated that by 2020, India will become a water stressed nation. Hence use of non-conventional sources of water is inevitable to meet the future challenges of scarce water resource in terms of sustainability, food security, income security and environmental safety. …

Article: Developing Decentralized Wastewater Treatment System as a Rural Business Model – ICRISAT, India

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Use of wastewater in agriculture in rural as well as peri-urban areas in India is not uncommon. Almost 90% of total water supplied for domestic use generates wastewater which could be diverted for agriculture purpose. Safe use of wastewater could be a potential source of water in agriculture especially for vegetable growers in peri-urban areas. …

1st Water4Crops INNOVA platform meeting, 5 December 2013, Bari, Italy

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The first Water 4Crops INNOVA platform meeting took place on 5 December 2013 in Bari, Italy. The meetingĀ  brought together 35 experts in the field of wastewater treatment and water use efficiency from Italy, France, Germany, The Netherlands, United Kingdom, Greece and Belgium. These experts were challenged to explore business opportunities for the new technologies …