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Sewage Treatment Plant for Vasai-Virar region

The satellite city of Mumbai, the Vasai-Virar region is all set to receive its first sewage treatment plant. Being built under a Central government sanctioned underground sewerage scheme, seven plants which would be built at a total cost of over ... Read More »

Drivers of water treatment technology in India

Recently alarming reports have been released by Government agencies about groundwater contamination due to dumping of industrial water, untreated sewage in fresh water bodies and excessive use of fertilizers. Water scarcity is a looming problem for both urban and rural areas and the situation is being seen as a crisis. Use of contaminated water is also leading to numerous health problems across the country. The scarcity of water is driving the demand for use of water treatment technologies and products. Read More »

Ion Exchange Services expansion plans

Ion Exchange Services Ltd (IESL), an associate company of ION Exchange (India) Ltd, is moving from the sole water treatment services domain to that of an integrated solutions provider covering utilities and facilities. Based out of Bangalore, IESL has been ... Read More »

Water-A massive market Bubbling to the surface

It’s an interesting time to appraise the “blue segment” of green business. Water has taken a back seat in sustainable business and cleantech. Over the past decade, the rallying cry of “water is the new oil” (or even the new carbon) has not materialised. Yet with mounting water scarcity and water quality pressures, the convergence of water and energy issues and the drive for greater resource efficiency, the market is clearly gaining momentum. Between 2005-2010 the Dow Jones Water Index surged 80% and between 2007-2010, it outperformed the S&P by over 20%. There are already a large number of countries, industries and companies whose economics are critically reliant on water. And that number is going to increase exponentially in the next five years. Here’s why: Read More »

Karcher’s rise over 75 years

Karcher offers solutions to a very wide range of cleaning problems with its high-pressure cleaners, vacuums and steam cleaners, sweepers and scrubber dryers, pumps for the home and garden, truck and car washes, cleaning agents, dry ice blasters, drinking water ... Read More »

Rainwater harvesting, a must

Many Indian cities, including metros, are facing pure water scarcity. Domestic water use in the country is projected to nearly double in less than 30 years, from 21 cubic kilometres (km3) to 41km3 in 2025. In 2025, India will consume ... Read More »

Sweden for clean fuel

The South Korean city of Ulsan lets water generated from processing food waste run off into the ocean, which in turn generates harmful methane gas. Now, with the help of a Swedish company, it is going to start converting that ... Read More »