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Research Paper | Environmental Engineering | India | Volume 8 Issue 1, January 2019
Emerging Scarcity and Sustainable Water Management in Ahmednagar District
Anand Niranjan Gholap | Ganesh Dinkar Gawali
Abstract: Due to growing population, during last few decade's large scarcity of water is observed in every region of world. There are immense new techniques and methods developed, but there are some flaws due to which we can't get complete outcome from the technologies. This paper is focused on water resources and its management in Ahmednagar district and how we can minimize the deficiency of water by using automation as a tool in water management systems. It includes the study of areas like Hiware bazar, Ralegansiddhi, Syria which have overcome there shortage of water by implementing proper approach and how small steps can also make a huge difference. Policies and procedures for attaining sustainable development of water resources.
Keywords: Water management, Water origin, Population Expansion, Water need, Automation, PLC and SCADA
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 1, January 2019,
Pages: 631 - 634
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