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Industry, govt enterprises join hands for waste water mgmt

Source: Financial Express, New Delhi, Date: March , 2009

In a bid to conserve water, industries, residential areas, restaurants and government enterprises have geared up towards waste water waste watermanagement. Complimenting this effort, one-of-its-kind water recycle plant using only biological and natural filters has been set up in
Udaipur. “Textile industry, restaurants, resorts, leather industry have been approaching us. We expect the growth rate of our company to be around 1000% in the next five years,” Gupta said. Rajasthan Meanwhile, a 50,000-litre water recycling system has been
operationalised at Udaipur Nagar Nigam at an investment of about Rs 9 lakh. The plant is cost effective, chemical-free and easily operational. By the installation of water recycling plant, all the used water is collected through pipes and sent to the plant for biological
treatment. Though not fit for drinking, recycled water is good enough for gardening and other purposes. “Textile industry, restaurants, resorts, leather industry have been approaching us.

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