Innovative WASH Technologies, from WIPO, 2020, 12pgs (World Intellectual Property Organization)

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Innovative WASH Technologies, from WIPO, 2020, 12pgs (World Intellectual Property Organization)

Dear SuSanA Members,

Pl find attached details of Innovative  WASH Technologies from WIPO,
published in August,2020 for your perusal.
You are free to offer comments, and deliberate on the same notings,

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Prof Ajit Seshadri,
Head- Environment,
The Vigyan Vijay Foundation, New Delhi, NGO.
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Head-Environment , VigyanVijay Foundation, Consultant (Water shed Mngmnt, WWT, WASH, others)Located at present at Chennai, India

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Re: Innovative WASH Technologies, from WIPO, 2020, 12pgs (World Intellectual Property Organization)

Hi Ajit,

Was there something particular you wanted to point out in this publication or it's just a general thing?

From the introduction:

This brief focuses on the water supply aspect of WASH and highlights the role of technological innovation in relation to managing limited freshwater resources in situations of scarcity and/or threats to the quality of the water
supply. Specifically, it brings in remote sensing as a family of technologies
that are increasingly utilized for understanding and managing water resources
and warning of potential situations of water scarcity. The brief also looks at
water distribution systems and technologies applied to optimize systems
and limit water waste and over extraction.

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Re: Innovative WASH Technologies, from WIPO, 2020, 12pgs (World Intellectual Property Organization)

Dear SuSanA Members,

I am posting a few latest concepts which I felt would be useful to Members.
As it has been given by a recognized web site, and at these times, 
it would be apt, to become aware of the concepts, please.

well wishes
Prof. Ajit Seshadri
The Vigyan Vijay Foundation, Ngo
Prof. Ajit Seshadri, Faculty in Marine Engg. Deptt. Vels University, and
Head-Environment , VigyanVijay Foundation, Consultant (Water shed Mngmnt, WWT, WASH, others)Located at present at Chennai, India
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