Water management for agricultural and industrial applications
Relentless urbanization and technological development has begun showing its darker side to mankind. Global warming is drying up water sources and industrial wastes are contaminating water bodies ruthlessly, which in turn is deleteriously affecting human health. We are running behind in our endeavors to preserve nature’s most precious gift, that is, water. As of June 2019, India’s cumulative rainfall deficit had decreased below 43%. Groundwater level has witnessed a decrease by 61% over 2007 to 2017. This alarming situation calls for implementation of immediate solutions for water conservation and creating awareness for economic usage of water, in both domestic and industrial sectors. The government must undertake dynamic policies to ensure proper water distribution, rainwater harvesting, intensive irrigation, wastewater management, dam channel expansion and deforestation control. Nonetheless, the crisis cannot be dealt without the full fledged efforts from public. A civic sense for conscious and economic expenditure of water along with a pledge to nullify water wastage and contamination should be our motto. The conference aims to bring together researchers, industry personnel, government authorities and policy makers from all over India who are actively engaged in water conservation and related research. En masse we will look forward to enlighten and execution of available technological and sustainable solutions to overcome the existing water crisis.
Development and implementation of remedial measures
Bioprocessing for water treatment
Nanotechnology for water treatment
Wastewater treatment and disposal