CGWBCentral Ground Water Board (India)
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However, CGWB scientists said it could be easily treated with chlorine.
Exploitation In 2009, the CGWB, while assessing 5,842 units, had found 802 units to be over- exploited.
THE latest CGWB report brings ominous news for Noida and Ghaziabad as they find themselves in a similar quandary as neighbour Delhi.
According to the CGWB, groundwater reserves in 140 of the state's 237 blocks are ' overexploited', while they are ' critical' in 50 others.
The Environment Pollution Control Authority had, in September 2010, directed the CGWB and the UP pollution control board to act against the erring builders.