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From the blog

Urban Gardening- The Next Step to Bring Greenery Back in the Concrete Jungle.

Urban gardening is cultivating and processing food in and around urban localities. Urban gardening also involves animal husbandry, aquaculture, beekeeping and horticulture. Essentially, it is a conventional crop growing in a city setting. With urbanization and the desire of more people to do their farming where they live, urban gardening has become a popular and effective option – a departure from the conventional belief that crop production can only be done in rural areas.

Understanding Different Wastewater Treatment Plants

With the alarming rate at which groundwater is disappearing, water is becoming a critical component. Clean water has become more critical than ever in today’s world. We know water covers 70% of our planet, and we always think it is plentiful. However, freshwater, i.e. the water we drink, bathe in and irrigate our farm fields with, is incredibly rare. Only 3% of the world’s water is freshwater, two-thirds of which are frozen glaciers or unavailable for our use. Around 1.1 billion people worldwide lack access to water, and a total of 2.7 billion find water scarce for at least one month of the year.

A Guide to Installing and Maintaining Waterless Urinals.

Waterless urinals that do away with the flushing mechanism, are being adopted globally to save gallons of water wasted in bathrooms everyday. It is known that mechanical urinals have spillover liquid on the ground and walls that emit a foul odour. Through this blog, we intend to educate readers on the functioning of waterless urinals and the right techniques to clean and maintain them.

Commercial Grease Trap Cleaning : A Complete Guide

Did you know? The food services industry generates close to 4 billion pounds of inedible grease waste each year. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), every restaurant in the US alone generates grease waste ranging from 8,000 to 17,000 pounds. In the absence of a commercial grease trap, most of this waste ends up being discarded directly into the sewage system, or worse, local water bodies.

Biostimulants: A Complete Guide on the Role & Impacts on Plant Growth

The agriculture sector has been facing significant challenges of low productivity in plants due to human activities. As the world’s population grows, requirements for food also increase exponentially. Still, the pressure of climate change, water and wind erosion, salinity, loss of organic matter, environmental pollution, disease-spreading pests and abiotic stress has led to the loss of crop productivity. Biostimulants’ are novel approaches that focus on stimulating plant nutrition processes by improving one or more of the characteristics of the plant, such as nutrient use efficiency, tolerance to abiotic stress, quality traits, availability of confined nutrients in the soil.

Effective Techniques to Treat Wastewater

In a fast urbanizing country like India, where freshwater is scarce, waste water treatment is critical.To address surface water quality challenges in quickly increasing and emerging cities, state and non-state entities have gradually shifted their attention to new innovative wastewater management systems. Wastewater Treatment usually includes three basic stages, which are known as primary, secondary and tertiary. Each stage purifies water to a higher level. In certain cases, just one or two phases are required. The level of treatment required is determined by the intended use of the water and the environment into which it will be discharged.