Efficiency of Solutions to Reduce Water Impurity and Pollutants

NSSIHSNENRM-2019 | Special Issue | Jan-2019 | Published Online: 25 January 2019    PDF ( 214 KB )
G.V.S. Ganesh 1; K.Srini vasa Rao 2; S.V.G.V.A. Prasad 3

1II B.Sc student, Ideal College of Arts & Sciences (A), Kakinada-533004, A.P. (India)

2Lecturer In charge ,V.S.M. College, Ramachandrapuram, E G Dt., A.P. (India)

3A.J. Kalsala, Machilipatnam-521001, A.P., India.,Ideal College of Arts & Sciences (A), Kakinada-533004, A.P. (India)


Water is considered as primary source of life. It is also the primary requirement of everyone in the world. 5,02,000 deaths are caused worldwide due to contaminated water. Several policies like National Lake Conservation Plan, National Water Mission, etc. and many technological processes have been implemented by the Government of India to reduce impurity levels in water. Pollutants are the substances which pollute water, we drink, air, we breathe, food, we eat, land, we live. 1.2 million deaths in India in last year are caused due to pollutants. Several pollution boards like Green Tribunal, Central Pollution Control Board have been formed and many technological processes have been implemented by Government of India. This paper explores, do the efficiency of these policies and technological processes are enough to reduce water impurity and pollutants? What policies have to be taken by the government to reduce these problems. As one of the largest populous countries in the world, these problems have a lot of impact on the growth and development of our country. By finding a better solutions and implementing them effectively can make our country‘s people to lead a better life.

Water Impurity, Pollutants, Policies, Technological processes
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