• Student Trivedi Moksha Prashantbhai
  • Code UG180364
  • Faculty Technology
  • Tutor/s Dipsha Shah,Devesh Shah
  • TA Nihal Patel


The country has 18 percent of the world’s population, but only 4 percent of its water resources, making it among the most water-stressed in the world. Many Indians face high to extreme water stress, according to a recent report by the government. India’s dependence on an increasingly erratic monsoon for its water requirements increases this challenge. Climate change is likely to exacerbate this pressure on water resources, even as the frequency and intensity on floods and droughts in the country increases. ‘Wastewater reclamation’ is the treatment or processing of wastewater to make it reusable, while ‘wastewater reuse’ is using wastewater in a variety of beneficial ways.