- Student, Department of Building Engineering and Management, School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi,, India
One of the intense problems that the planet is facing Environment pollution. In India, increasing population, industrialization and urbanization are prime contributors to the present. One of the important and critical issue to prevent damages to the environment is the Treatment and disposal of domestic and industrial wastewater. There is a large gap between the wastewater generation and its treatment. Also, the unregulated discharge of wastewater results in severe pollution of groundwater and surface water in India.
Keywords: Zero water discharge, root zone treatment, waste water treatment, disposal, environment pollution INTRODUCTION
[This article belongs to International Journal of Landscape Planning and Architecture(ijlpa)]
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|Received||February 2, 2022|
|Accepted||February 18, 2022|
|Published||March 15, 2022|