Originally posted on waterreuse:

The issue of water scarcity in India is growing at the same rate as the population of the country. Think tanks involved in the finding of solutions for this issue are not able to palpate the pulse of the troublemaker. As a result, the mudslinging continues. The buck is passed from people to the politicians and to those who are dealing with the distribution of public water.
There are plenty of rivers in India and about half of India is bordered with oceans. Rains are unpredictable but they still pour in quantities that are more than enough. Municipal corporations and administrations in the towns of India have figures to show that they have enough water that is distributed to almost all those areas which come under their jurisdiction. But at the end of it, the common man has to jostle for water and wait for hours.
A lot of analysis…

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About Salman Zafar

Salman Zafar is a renowned expert in waste management, renewable energy and sustainable development. He is the Founder of EcoMENA, a Doha-based organization meant to promote sustainable development and create environmental awareness in MENA countries. Salman possesses Masters degree in Chemical Engineering from Aligarh Muslim University (Aligarh, India) and has successfully accomplished a wide range of projects, mainly in the areas of biogas technology, biomass energy, waste-to-energy and solid waste management. Salman is proactively engaged in creating mass awareness on clean energy technologies and waste management systems through his websites, blogs and articles. He has participated in various international conferences as session chair, keynote speaker and panelist. Salman is a prolific writer and has authored numerous articles in reputed journals, magazines and newsletters on renewable energy and environmental issues. He is based in India and can be reached at salman@bioenergyconsult.com or salman@ecomena.org

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