You are at Toxics Alert > News > Mumbai dumps 2,100mn litres of human waste in sea daily
Toxics Alert, an environment news bulletin from toxics link Toxics Link
Issue 78
May , 2017
View issue number:
  Home  |  Editorial  |  Feature  |  Interview  |  News  |  Policy  |  Updates  |  Reports / International News  |  Partner

* NEWS

Mumbai dumps 2,100mn litres of human waste in sea daily

Source: The Times of India, Date: May , 2017

Source: The Times of India, Mumbai, May, 2017 :-Where does Mumbai's waste go after you flush it down the toilet? In a wooded patch close to the Bandra sea link toll booth, municipal engineers and maintenance staff monitor a constant gush of light brown water as a dull stench permeates the air. Sub-engineer Abhijit Desai and his team at the waste water sewage treatment plant at Bandra Reclamation are among a group of silent workers at seven locations across the city, handling Mumbai's human and kitchen waste.

Read More:http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/mumbai/mumbai-dumps-2100mn-litres-of-human-waste-in-sea-daily/articleshow/58676358.cms

EDITORIAL  • FEATURE  • INTERVIEW  • NEWS  • POLICY  • UPDATES  • REPORTS / INTERNATIONAL NEWS  • PARTNERS