The Delhi government must enforce water harvestind compulsorily.It also must provide details of plumbing design which can recycle bath room and kitchen water for garden and toilet purpose.It should also sponsor a project with IIT Delhi on recycling of household waste water.
The whole ridge area must be made in to a 100% water harvesting area.
Only a minimum amount should be given for use in case consumers use more-the charges should double or triple. more  

Sir, I think the colonies where sewer is not available they have septic tank in their houses. In one tank goes the human waste and in another tank goes the kitchen and washroom water. was this not the better way of water harvesting. more  
rainwater before it falls on the ground is the purest form of water.
it should be collected for drinking and that falls on the ground should be used for recharging and recycling in daily uses. more  
This should be done urgently more  
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