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Impact of Water Management with special reference to Smart Environment and Smart Cities for Sustainable Development

Author: 
Vivek Swami and Dr. Humbe, V. R.
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

Indian economy is prominently driven by the cities. Cities in India have its own challenges and opportunities in itself. These challenges are economical, infrastructure related and also social. As per the census 2011, the urban population residing in the various cities in India accounts for approximate 30% of its total population and contributes approximate of 65% of its total GDP. This is posed to increase to 40% and 75% respectively by 2030. In light of this situation, one has to investigate these posed challenges and also look into the opportunities so as to make these cities Smarter. One of the noticeable challenges is of Water and Waste Water Management of the cities, which need to be studied with respect to the current operational difficulties and expected changes as per the guidelines of the Smart City. Annual per capita water availability would be decreased by almost 25% by 2050 in India. Currently most of the cities of India are missing the appropriate sewage treatment facilities and the suitable sanitation. As per the guidelines of Smart City, the research is focused to understand the basic requirements of Water and Waste Water Management. Purpose: The purpose of the study is to understand the gap between the proposed Smart City requirements and the existing infrastructure. This paper also investigates specifics about the Water and Waste Water Management of proposed Smart City requirements vis-à-vis prevailing systems. Methodology: This research paper is descriptive in nature. The primary data is collected through interview method. The primary facts were gathered through the discussions with the municipal authorities involved in water and waste water management. The content analysis method is used to evaluate the secondary data related to the guidelines of Smart City and existing records. Findings: The major finding of this research assignment reflects the enormous gap between the current systems and expected transformation into Smart City.

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