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Problem Review  >>  Water related

Review on Water Issues

With a need for around 135 litres per capita per day as the water required for domestic consumption in urban India, is there a basis or survey which will tells us the average water used per capita per day for bathing, washing clothes, drinking, toilet flush, cooking?

There is a point to note on the quality and all those who are planning make provision for supplying drinking water standards supply of 135 lpd which is not possible in many areas.

Also at Delhi, we observe that NDMC, Delhi-cantt. areas get around 300 to 350 lpc day per person whereas in Najafgarh block the supply stands at a meagre 30 lpc day.

With no major water storage systems in and around Delhi and the around states to be used for supply of clean water to Delhi and its satellite cities, rainwater harvesting seem to be a great source of groundwater.

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