Good News: This man is reviving Hauz Khas lake using artificial wetlands

Tarun Sebastian Nanda, a civil and environmental engineer has taken up a project of cleaning the Hauz Khas lake in Delhi by using artificially constructed wetlands. These wetlands act as biofilters, and are far easier to maintain than mechanical treatment plants

 
Last Updated: Thursday 10 May 2018 | 06:26:23 AM

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  • Dal Lake should also be revivied at the earliest. i am ready to contribute phisicaly and financally.

    Posted by: Kusumakar Damle | 4 months ago | Reply
  • Does this work only in fresh water? Is there a threshold of pollution it can take, after which if won't survive? Thinking about the Mithi River in Mumbai.
    Can it also be used in Mumbai's coastal waters?

    Posted by: Ashima | 3 months ago | Reply