Devendra Swaroop Bhargava*
Environmental Engineering and Pollution Control Professor with AIT Bangkok, IITs at Roorkee, Kanpur, CPCB Delhi, Advisor to Uttarakhand, India
*Corresponding Author: Devendra Swaroop Bhargava, Environmental Engineering and Pollution Control Professor with AIT Bangkok, IITs at Roorkee, Kanpur, CPCB Delhi, Advisor to Uttarakhand, India.
Received: July 16, 2022; Published: November 16, 2022
Ganga (the "Ganges") is one of the most famous rivers of the world not only for its severely high self-purifying, anti-pathogenic and not-putrefying abilities but also for not getting cleaned even in 37 years despite availability of relevant man-power and needed material and technologies published in almost all the most prestigious journals of the world (vide the listed publications on Ganga).
Citation: Devendra Swaroop Bhargava. “37 Years of Continued Problems Preventing Ganga Cleaning". Acta Scientific Agriculture 6.12 (2022): 34-35.
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