The Water Imperative
WATER & WASTE

The Water Imperative

The various activities of people, industries and countries over decades have wiped out green belts and are rapidly leading us to the precipice of a water shortage. The greatest danger, though, arises from rampant usage of water with no thought about conservation measures. That fact is now dawning upon us.

According to a news report, inspection teams in Delhi (appointed for the purpose) can levy a fine of Rs 2,000 on anyone wasting water and enforce a fine on anyone caught using pipes to wash cars, allowing water tanks to overflow and using domestic water supply for construction. They are also authorised to disconnect illegal water connections at construction sites that use water meant for domestic use.

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The various activities of people, industries and countries over decades have wiped out green belts and are rapidly leading us to the precipice of a water shortage. The greatest danger, though, arises from rampant usage of water with no thought about conservation measures. That fact is now dawning upon us.According to a news report, inspection teams in Delhi (appointed for the purpose) can levy a fine of Rs 2,000 on anyone wasting water and enforce a fine on anyone caught using pipes to wash cars, allowing water tanks to overflow and using domestic water supply for construction. They are also authorised to disconnect illegal water connections at construction sites that use water meant for domestic use.To read the full story, CLICK HERE.

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