MUMBAI: As a Field Officer with the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board, Madhurima Joshi has been instrumental in keeping check on norms flouted by various industries across Maharashtra. Her knowledge in the aspects of water supply and sanitation gave the lab a first-hand account of the need to rein industrial setups with policies enforcing recycle and reuse.
Q: What do you think on the ‘Water For All’ program initiated by the DCF?
This was a good initiative taken by DCF involving all stakeholders of water at one place.
Q: What all aspects have you worked upon in the lab so far?
We were successful in identifying the existing problems in water supply and sanitation and tried to provide them solutions.
Q: How do you think the program deliver Maharashtra from water issues?
The lab has identified several key-initiatives across crucial areas of water in Maharashtra. The projects, programs and policies developed upon these initiatives will deliver the state from drought and other problems.
Q: As an ambassador of the ‘Water For All’ program, how do you intend to take the initiative ahead?
We have learnt many lessons from this lab, which will be assisting us for future developments.
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