The villagers with no option but to drink toxic water
September 27, 2022 |
September 27, 2022
River pollution is plaguing India, and experts warn it is causing a deadly crisis that threatens the country's health and prosperity. The rivers have become "a toxic cocktail that is proving increasingly deadly," said Mr Anshuman, Director for Water Resources at TERI.
Industrial water reuse: Perspectives from emerging economies
August 28, 2022 |
August 28, 2022
The Source Magazine
At the webinar on reuse for industrial purposes, with a focus on emerging economies in Africa and Asia, Dr Nupur Bahadur, head of the Centre of Excellence on Water Reuse at TERI, and Vice Chair of IWA India, provided context on how reuse is a response to the water risks faced by an industry driven by an ever-increasing demand for water.
Why Delhi must invest in blue-green infrastructure
August 6, 2022
| Ms Charu Bhanot and Dr Sonia Grover
| Hindustan Times
If the recent round of extreme climate events in Delhi - abnormally high temperatures between March and May and erratic monsoon rainfall - are any indication, the Capital is in trouble. With the climate crisis footprint becoming bigger and bigger every year, it is vital for the city - a key political, economic, and cultural hub of the country - to adapt to the vagaries of the climate crisis.
TSML collaborates with TERI to make its operations water neutral
August 4, 2022 |
August 4, 2022
In continuation of the group's commitment to sustainability and its own long-term strategic alignment with Sustainable Development Goals of UN, Tata Steel Mining Limited (TSML) has partnered with TERI to conduct water audits at five of its operational facilities in Odisha to ensure more efficient use of water and its conservation.
Pilot project to treat sewage to be kicked off in Faridabad
August 2, 2022 |
August 2, 2022
The Times of India
TERI will be providing technological support for the project to recycle wastewater. If successful, it will be implemented across Haryana.
Delhi: Industrial effluents behind Yamuna's heavy metal woes
August 1, 2022 |
August 1, 2022
The Times of India
The sources of toxic heavy metals in the Yamuna in Delhi region are primarily of anthropogenic origin, according to a new study conducted by TERI.