India Water Expo 2011
As the growing industrialisation has generated disparities between the demand and supply of water, the water treatment industry has become a key concern for our country today. This aspect and some other key areas of the water treatment industry will be discussed and debated at the forthcoming India Water Expo 2011, an exhibition to be held from April 28-30, 2011 in Chennai.
Over 200 participants for India Water Expo
An interview with Asheesh Maheshwari, organiser, India Water Expo 2011 on pre-event preparation.
FSSAI meet on standards decides on potable water, packaging
In an attempt to address various issues on water standards for different categories of water in the country, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India called for a meeting of experts, under the chairmanship of P I Suvrathan, chairperson, FSSA1 (Food Safety and Standards Authority of India) on March 18, 2011, at PDA Bhawan, New Delhi.
New National Water Policy likely by next year
The government will come up with a new National Water Policy by next year, almost 10 years after the adoption of the existing policy. This was disclosed by Salman Khurshid, minister of water resources, in New Delhi. The earlier policy was adopted in the year 2002.
Indian water industry, future growth prospects
Water, a word that is synonymous with life, is nature’s free gift to the human race. However, this powerful resource is in great danger and needs to be conserved and preserved.
Water treatment and certification opens up immense possibilities of growth for Merck Millipore and UL India
India faces an enormous challenge in supply of clean and good quality water. Groundwater sources are being rapidly depleted, surface water sources are largely contaminated and the infrastructure needed to deliver drinking water in urban and rural areas is either non-existent or needs substantial upgrades to meet demand.
Troubled flavoured water industry asks for separate regulation
Chennai-based International Herbal Water Foundation has written to P I Suvrathan, chairman, Food Safety and Standards Authority of India, explaining that the flavoured water industry is facing a hazardous time, particularly in the south, due to the absence of an official standard.
Breweries, soft drinks apt markets for water treatment
Pall Corporation is a leading supplier of membrane filters, filter systems and fluid purification equipment. By constantly supplying innovative solutions, the company aims to address different problems haunting the water treatment industry.