What are the top five things that the government, civil society organisations and citizens can do to make our groundwater civilisation more sustainable?
Make the groundwater Mapping visible
Manage the demand
Rationalise groundwater use
Enable civil society participation
Recharge and reuse
Using advanced monitoring systems and central diagnostic centres, Eureka can track the level of impurity in each plant in real-time at their main lab, the Aquadiagnostics Water Research Technology Centre in Bangalore—the first Water Quality Association-certified laboratory outside the US.
By purifying the water at the borewell extraction stage and attaching sensors to the filter, it can monitor the quality of water being accessed by the community.
Eureka Forbes reverse osmosis plants and 40 ultraviolet water treatment plants in 35 rural and four urban communities. Eureka Forbes has recently developed a manually-operated filtration unit specifically for emergency use, which produces 500 liters of clean water per hour. In our continuous endeavor of creating a sustainable environment we have also spearheaded into diverse fields like use of solar lanterns, solar powered community water treatment plants and solar powered sewage treatment plant etc.
Vendor for Equipment -Eureka Forbes
To help overcome this problem, and provide people with clean water, a plant, which can serve the water needs of a village can be set up.
This plant helps purify water from different kinds of contaminations that exist in the water of that particular area. It will be set up with the help of the leaders in this business, Eureka Forbes.
The project needs a capital investment of approximately Rs. 7,00,000. The capital invested in this project will benefit a great number of people living near the village it is set up in.
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