Developing cost effective treatment technologies for small and rural communities has always been the aim of Fuhar. He previously worked on dye pollution control in the Ganges River. With a bachelor’s degree from Indian Institute of Technology, Fuhar has gained valuable research experience in the field of water treatment through exchanges with The University of Tokyo (Japan) and Western University (Canada). He has been awarded with the Honda Young Engineer and Scientist Award and Mitacs Globalink Fellowship. As a part of RES’EAU he will be working on providing drinking water to small communities through pilot plant studies and investigation of more effective on-site treatment technologies.