Disinfecting the Ganga River

Disinfecting the Ganga River with hydro-dis tech

Hydro-dis Managing Director Mark Carey said the Hydro-dis technology creates chloride ions from salt already present in the water, making it suitable for freshwater and saltwater sources.

The Ganga River water will be disinfected. Hydro-dis Water Treatment Systems (Australia) has developed an ‘effective and cost-efficient technology’ that supersedes traditional treatment systems.

Hydro-dis Managing Director Mark Carey said the Hydro-dis technology is a simple alternative to other treatment methods and is suited for rural communities. Read More

India Targets 10,000 PV

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The solar power system should fully pay for itself in less than 3 years

Indian Oil Corporation is set to increase the number of solar-powered petrol pumps from 2,000 to 10,000 in 2017 by equipping rooftops with solar power systems.

The company operates 24,000 petrol pumps across India.

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