Why better policies are needed for sewage water use in thermal power plants
Thermal power plants within 50 km of STPs are required to use treated sewage; but there has not been any positive move on ground
After NGT asks for stringent norms for STPs — a new dilemma
Switching to new norms for all existing and upcoming sewage treatment plants (STPs) is going to be a mammoth task
NGT scraps 2017 ministry note easing sewage treatment norms
The standards were diluted by the notification that permitted more pollutants than what was allowed under the 2015 CPCB draft
‘Recognise small-scale sanitation as a viable alternative’
Study reveals findings about small-scale Sewage Treatment Plants
Brazil’s sewage woes reflect the growing global water quality crisis
Wastewater treatment systems are hamstrung by outdated tests that don't identify a growing array of pathogens
Environment Day: Green agenda for new government
Get the focus on environment and health, Mr Prime Minister
Mr Modi, Wish us a Happy Environment Day
Smells like green spirit
When will coliform matter?
India fails to notify standards for treated sewage
Science & Technology - Briefs
Cleaning the suds
A study claims that surfactants found in soaps and detergents pose little risk to the environment. But is that true?
Appetite for sewage
Bacteria feed on pollutants in sewage, kill odour, but are they a complete solution?
Fish and a philosophy
A cooperative in Kolkata shows the way for urban sewage management