GREATER NOIDA, India — Population growth and increased demand for water are shrinking India’s available water supply, especially in urban areas, according to a press release.

GE has been working in India for many years to help it efficiently use available water resources and expand its usable water supply.

At Aquatech India, which took place April 8-10, 2013, at the India Expo Center in Greater Noida, GE displayed its advanced technologies, products and services that are helping India address its water and wastewater challenges, stated the release.

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“India remains a water-stressed country, and demand continues to outpace supply, making water reuse imperative. Our expanding installed base of more than 70 projects in India demonstrates our strong commitment to India. Local engineering, project management and local manufacturing help GE deliver the most effective solutions to its Indian customers,” said Hoshang Subawalla, business leader, India — water and process technologies for GE Power & Water.

GE’s focus and expertise on reusing sewage for industrial and non-potable use is helping secure India’s water resources.

GE is involved in water and wastewater projects in the commercial and institutional, municipal, refining, power, metals, food and beverage and textiles industries throughout India.

Read the entire press release here.