IIT Madras Clean Water Centre join hands with Japanese Firm TAKANO to bring new water technologies to Indi

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India is one of the worlds most water-stressed countries. According to UNICEF, due to waterborne diseases, India is facing an economic burden of approximately $600 million per year.
Kolkata: The International Centre for Clean Water (ICCW) is going to collaborate with DG TAKANO , a Japanese firm, to introduce new clean water technologies in India.A memorandum of understanding (MoU) to the partnership between ICCW and DG TAKANO was signed recently to collaborate on projects on clean water and to develop innovative products that will solve existing societal and environmental challenges in the area of clean and safe drinking water globally.India is one of the world's most water-stressed countries. According to UNICEF, due to waterborne diseases, India is facing an economic burden of approximately $600 million per year."Conserving water…
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