Water Pollution: Water And Sanitation In India

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Has anyone ever wondered that if it’s just roti- kapada-makaan that is important for one’s sustenance?? I guess we need a bit of up gradation for the list. So what’s next to add on?? Of course it’s clean drinking water and proper sanitation conditions. This though was also supported by the former director general of WHO Dr. LEE Jong-wook. According to him “Water and Sanitation is one of the primary drivers of public health. I often refer to it as “Health 101”, which means that once we can secure access to clean water and to adequate sanitation facilities for all people, irrespective of the difference in their living conditions, a huge battle against all kinds of diseases will be won.” It has been seen that almost 50% of Indian women defecates in open due to unavailability of proper facilities. Similarly in India Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi started “Swatch Bharat Abhyaan”. It’s comes with a shock that more than half of Indian population do not have proper sanitation facilities and have to use open fields to relieve themselves . Thus lack of toilets has left women in treacherous situation. In order to abate the problem government has setup Eco toilets at various places. Raj Newal the renowned architect has partnered to help design. The beauty of these toilets is that it can be setup anywhere even where there is no sewage line. To make it durable aluminium sandwiched honeycomb panels with stainless steel veneering has been used. To go with the thought of eco

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