CONTENTS:- Reusing Waste Water; Understanding Water Pollutants; The Battle for More and Cleaner Water; The Underprivileged & Their Water; Pollution River System; New Design Plants for Increased Water Supply; Rehabilitation Sewer & Protecting Water Reservoirs; Conventional Methods of Sewer Management & Waste Water Treatment; Alternative Treatment, Effluents & Hazardous Waste Water Management; Catching up Trace Elements & Impurities in Ground Water; Data & Design of Surface Water Supply Systems; Maintaining the Water Distribution System and the Role of Hydrogenic Cycle in Water Resourcing and Supply.
Without water, there would be no life. This simple but chilling fact, besides which everything else pales into insignificance, is why demand are growing for urgent action to save the world's vital and finite water resources.
Although we have moved a long way from traditional approach, both in terms of technology and management in the matter of drinking water supply but the increasing population has exerted tremendous pressure and stress on this natural resource. Urbanization and industrialization has bred enemorous pollution into the fresh water system i.e., rive, lakes and oceans. The alarming deterioration in the water quality has gone beyond comprehension. Potability of water is in jeopardy and public health hazards looming large, recognizing the magnitudes of the problems, aspects and prospects, this natural resource need greater attention.