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An action plan for prevention of pollution of the Ganga

India. Dept. of Environment.

An action plan for prevention of pollution of the Ganga

by India. Dept. of Environment.

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Published by Dept. of Environment, Govt. of India in New Delhi .
Written in English


About the Edition

With reference to the Ganges River, India.

Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 86/60049 (T)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination16 p.
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2362418M
LC Control Number86907566

A one day Area Water Partnership Conference was held on 22nd July, by Shramik Bharti, Kanpur; Society for Action in Community Health (SACH) and Society for Promotion of Wastelands Development (SPWD), New Delhi at Jajmau, Kanpur, an industrial city on the banks of the Ganga which also happens to be a major centre for leather tanneries, which let out toxic effluents. Action plan for water pollution control References Case Study I - The Ganga, India I.1 Introduction I.2 The Ganga river I.3 The Ganga Action Plan I.4 Implementation problems I.5 River water quality monitoring I.6 The future I.7 Conclusions and lessons learned A Guide to the Use of Water Quality Management Principles * " ". quality.

Water Pollution Prevention & Control Action Plan (Chinese only). Ganga Action Plan Case Study: Ganga is one of the longest rivers in the world and has length more than km. It is the river which is extremely important for India, because supplies people with water resources and has cultural and traditional value, as .

Action plan for water pollution control References Case Study I - The Ganga, India I.1 Introduction I.2 The Ganga river I.3 The Ganga Action Plan I.4 Implementation problems I.5 River water quality monitoring I.6 The future I.7 Conclusions and lessons learned A Guide to the Use of Water Quality Management Principles. The Government of India initiated the Ganga Action Plan (GAP) in to address water pollution issues affecting the Ganga in Varanasi and a small number of other large cities.


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An action plan for prevention of pollution of the Ganga by India. Dept. of Environment. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pollution of the Ganges (or Ganga), the largest river in India, poses significant threats to human health and the larger environment. Severely polluted with human waste and industrial contaminants, the river provides water to about 40% of India's population across 11 states, serving an estimated population of million people which is more than any other river in the.

“Ganga Mahotsav: Essence lost to pollution The Ganga Action Plan (GAP) was launched decades ago to clean the river, but no improvement in the river’s health has been noticed so far. the then member Planning Commission, asked the Central Board for Prevention and Control of Water Pollution, New Delhi to conduct studies on the state of.

Ganga Action Plan-A critical analysis The Ganga River Ganga is not an ordinary river. It is a life-line, a symbol of purity and virtue for countless (Ganga Action Plan-A critical analysisThe Ganga RiverGanga is) Quick Upload particularly vulnerable.” (Source: An Action Planfor Prevention of Pollution of the Ganga, Department of.

It has been examined that bulk of the pollution of the river is caused by municipal wastes, particularly by untreated sewage. Considering these facts National Ganga Action Plan was formulated with a view to take the following measures: 1.

Renovation of existing trunk sewers and outfalls to prevent the overflow of sewage into Ganga. Ganga Action Plan launched in April in order to reduce the pollution load on the river.

But the efforts to decrease the pollution level in the river became more. Therefore, this plan was withdrawn on 31 Marchafter spending Rs Crore. Million litres of sewage was targeted to be intercepted, diverted and treated. For these reasons, the implementation of numerous action plans cannot ever result in a pollution-free Ganga River.

Instead, a more effective, fool-proof strategy is to prevent wastewater from entering the river by creating a barrier between the river and cities along the Ganga. These plans are presented as a guideline for developing your own pollution prevention plan, and are not a substitute for knowing the rules and requirements of WRPA.

If you have questions about the requirements of the Waste Reduction Policy Act, you can get more information by contacting us by phone at / or by e-mail at [email protected]   Department of Environment, in Decemberprepared an action plan for immediate reduction of pollution load on the river Ganga.

The Cabinet approved the GAP (Ganga Action Plan)in April as a per cent centrally sponsored scheme. GANGA ACTION PLAN The Ganga Action Plan or GAP was a program launched by Rajiv Gandhi in April in order to reduce the pollution load on the river. Under GAP I, pollution abatement schemes were taken up in 25 Class-I towns in three States of U.P., Bihar and West Bengal.

GAP I was declared complete on File Size: KB. GANGA ACTION PLAN. The Ganga action plan was, launched by Shri Rajeev Gandhi, the then Prime Minister of India on 14 Jan.

with the main objective of pollution abatement, to improve the water quality by Interception, Diversion and treatment of domestic sewage and present toxic and industrial chemical wastes from identified grossly polluting units entering in to the river.

This ultimately led to the launching of the Ganga Action Plan inwith its main objectives to abate pollution and improve water quality, to conserve biodiversity and develop an integrated river basin management approach, to conduct comprehensive research to further these objectives, and to gain experience for implementing similar river.

INITIATIVES Directed • The Ganga Action Plan (GAP) originated from the personal intervention and interest of our late Prime Minister Mrs Indira Gandhi 4.

• Central Board for the Prevention and Control of Water Pollution [Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB)] a comprehensive survey of the situation in To give report 5.

Appendix A/1 to 'An Action Plan for Prevention of Pollution of the Ganga' gives the following particulars relating to the quantity of sewerage generated in the City of Kanpur which is discharged into the river Ganga and other relevant matters.

Ganga Action Plan: The Ganga Action Plan or GAP was a program launched by Rajiv Gandhi in April in order to reduce the pollution load on the river. But the efforts to decrease the pollution level in the river became more after spending र Crore (~ million USD adjusting to inflation).

Dams on the Ganga. SECTION 3 Ganga in hindu myth. SECTION 4 Economy. SECTION 5 Pollution. SECTION 6 Ganga action plan 1.

History 2. Failure. SECTION 7 Conclusion & Recommendation. SECTION 8 Photo Album. SECTION 9 Guest Book. SECTION 10 Special Thanks To WaterKeeper organization.

SECTION 11 About Me. Conclusion and. For the first time, cleaning of the River Ganga was initiated by the Rajiv Gandhi Government in under Ganga Action Plan (GAP). The GAP had two phases and the second phase was launched after a Author: Shravan Nune.

Ganga Action Plan: Components and Objectives Initial Vision The idea of cleaning river Ganga was initiated by Government of India (GOI) in ; however the GAP could only be initiated in after a comprehensive survey of the river Ganga by Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB). CPCB had published two comprehensive.

An action plan, popularly known as “Ganga Action Plan” (GAP) for immediate reduction of pollution load on the river Ganga was prepared by Department of Environment (now Ministry of Environment & Forests) in December on the basis of a survey on Ganga basin carried out by the Central Pollution Control Board in   Now we have YAP-III, phase III of Yamuna Action Plan for Delhi, at an estimated cost of Rs 1, crore.

Inthe YAP-III was initiated and is supposed to be completed by Background of. The Ganga Action Plan was, launched on 14 Jan. by the then Prime Minister of India Shri Rajeev Gandhi, with the main objective of pollution abatement of the river Ganga, to improve the water quality by interception, diversion and treatment of domestic sewage, and to identify grossly polluting units to prevent their toxic and industrial chemical wastes from entering the river.

Department of Environment to finalise the policy framework for an action plan on prevention pollution of Ganga and to oversee its implemen ation. Initiation of Yamuna Action Plan (YAP) Phase I for aba tement pollution in River amuna, o be completed by April File Size: 4MB.Ganga action plan is successfully performed action of environmental awareness at government level.

The most important lesson learnt which are, that we can change the state and condition if we have strong willpower, good strategy and planning. The prime minister of India starts a initiative of cleaning Size: KB.Ganga Action Plan (GAP) in and Namami Ganga programme are two such initiatives.

Besides these, the government has taken up the task of redevelopment of river ghats and setting up R&D projects and Waste and Disposal Treatment plants for cleaning the river water.