A Possible Solution for Bengaluru’s Water Crisis

Published in The Hindu

Mar 13, 2024

Image by Rajesh Balouria from Pixabay.

Rainwater harvesting could make a dent on the freshwater needs of the city, but it pales in comparison to wastewater

As Bengaluru grows further outwards and faster than it can cope, water supply is one of the first casualties. Attempting to piece together the puzzle – where Bengaluru’s water comes from, where it is stored, who consumes it, where the wastewater goes – is an essential first step to reduce the city’s vulnerability to floods and drought. We zoom into four different aspects to do this.



Rashmi Kulranjan and Shashank Palur for The Hindu.

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