Researchers have revealed that Indian villages could use solar power technology to turn salty water into sufficient potable water.
The Public Health Engineering Department (PHED), Nagaland is successfully implementing a new technology to provide drinking water facilities in rural areas using solar energy developed by a Mumbai-based company.
The UAE would establish world`s largest solar-powered desalination plant that will process more than 22 million gallons of potable water per day.
A team of geologists has discovered a large aquifer far beneath Mexico City.
Punjab govt has envisaged an ambitious programme costing Rs 962 crore to provide 100 per cent potable drinking water in all towns across the state.
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