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Newsletter >> November 2014 >> Water Quality Monitoring

 Water Quality Monitoring

Clean and usable water is right of every citizen and all at central level, state level and also at local level are making great efforts towards it.

As there are many sources polluting river water or other water reserves, Pollution monitoring is a critical area in terms of management of clean environment. Water quality monitoring and water management should be done on a central platform.


Watertech 2014 was organized at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi from 10-12 September and our CEO Mrs. Sujata Tilak made presentation in the International conference on water, waste water, solid waste management. Topic of her presentation was: Central monitoring and Analytics System for Water Quality – Getting Critical Information from large amount of data ‘.

Please follow the full presentation here

As per a recent survey, the risks from air pollution are now far greater than previously thought or understood, particularly for heart disease and strokes. Only a few other factors have greater impact on global health today than air pollution. The evidence clearly signals need for concerted action to clean up the air we all breathe.


Regionally, low- and middle-income countries in the WHO South-East Asia and Western Pacific Regions had the largest air pollution-related burden in 2012, with a total of 3.3 million deaths.