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8th World Water Forum Newsletter – #01 | April 2017

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8th World Water Forum Newsletter – #01 | April 2017

eighth world water forum, Brazil, program highlights

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Saudi Arabia: By 2035 we won’t depend on oil

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Saudi Arabia: By 2035 we won’t depend on oil

“What is left now is to diversify investments. So within 20 years, we will be an economy or state that doesn’t depend mainly on oil.”

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Centre puts national water policy on hold-Pakistan

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much seems to be happening on national water policy scenario,
suggest a more concerted effort by a serious group , taking in account all the work done so far and encomappsing new developments in this field like climate change and Indian changing position on depriving Pakistan on its water rights and Indus basin treaty,

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Portal to address climate change, Lead Pakistan.

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Portal to address climate change, Lead Pakistan.

A focused window for climate change, Pakistan and south Asia

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NATIONAL CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN

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Link to National climate Change Policy of Pakistan

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Whats new in WASH, stay updated , SuSanA Forum

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Whats new in WASH, stay updated  , SuSanA Forum

New trends in WASH

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Links for updated wash topics- stay informed

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Links for updated wash topics- stay informed

Keep updated on WASH topics, sustainable development

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Pakistan Standards for Bottled drinking water.

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PSQCA , Pakistan standards and quality control Authority (PSQCA) has standards for bottled drinking water, third revision No No PS:4639-2004(R), mandatory for the company and PCRWR tests bottled water from the market twice every year and report results on their web site.

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‘Saaf Pani’ filtration plants project further delayed. MDG Punjab Pakistan

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Punjab government is leading the way to the supply of clean drinking water, year marking PKR 12 billion for the project. Installing Filtration Plants is the right approach but going for ultra filtration, Reverse osmosis is too much to start with. Our major issue is microbiological contamination so a simple filtration and UV treatment should be enough for more than half the punjab. then we need to focus on Arsenic in central Punjab and Flouride and nitrate in other areas. Putting ultra filtration at sargodha where a big source of water of TDS less than 250 ppm is available , going for such high operational cost and high tech plant will be counter productive. we have this experience in the past via ministry of special initiatives. Lot of analytical data is with PCRWR. One design does not fit all.

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Pakistan Punjab Govt: Rs10 billion earmarked for water project

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Government of the Punjab Pakistan allocates Rs 10 billion for water project.
If spent sensibly could change the fate of our people, properly managed Filtration Plants are the key solution.
Sharif Plans to hire some specialist consultants also,

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