A manual on managing domestic waste

 
Published: Wednesday 30 April 2008

How do you locate the right spot in your premises to dig a well? What is potable water? What can one do if the water from one's well becomes yellow on storage and soils clothes washed in it? How does one tackle the problem of water stagnating on the road in front of one's home and in the process get more water for use? These and many other questions have been answered in Self reliance in water, a practical manual for town and city residents. The Chennai-based author, Indukanth Ragade is a keen environmentalist who has a more than two-decade long involvement in devising simple methods of managing domestic waste.

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