User: tushargupta101 Topic: Water
Category: Management-Approaches :: Recycling
Last updated: Apr 28 2017 23:51 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Lucknow Metro commissions automatic train washing plant to clean coaches 28.4.2017 TOI: Lucknow Times
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Tote a billboard 28.4.2017 Hindu: Fashion
Made from used parachutes, tea sacks and even lifejackets, our pick of bags that can be part of your eco-wardrobe
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River bank Music festival 28.4.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
River bank Music festival
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New water recycling plant at Ajmer station 27.4.2017 TOI: Jaipur
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A community garden flourishes in this IT campus 26.4.2017 Citizen Matters

Wipro's new initiative engages employees in growing vegetables in their corporate campus.

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Garbage piles up near polling booths 24.4.2017 DNA: Opinion
The "garbage issue came up in an unexpected manner during the MCD polls. Ironically, while political parties have been promising to resolve the garbage menace in the city one found that that there were a lack of dustbins at most polling booths. As a result, huge piles of plastic bottles, glasses and disposable lunch boxes were to be seen everywhere with no one around to clean up the mess. The problem was made worse by the fact that polling officials seemed to have contributed to the mess. Ashok Chawla, a shopkeeper at the DDA market, which is located near the polling booth in Paschim Vihar said, "People on election duty have been throwing water bottles outside the market street. These are people who should be more responsible." Speaking about garbage and cleanliness issue in the Capital he added, "The state charges tax revenue from markets, but neither do we have clean washrooms nor any single dustbin here." This lack of attention to cleanliness had had Delhiites up in arms. Twenty two year-old Jasleen ...
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5 more lines to supply recycled water to city's gardens 22.4.2017 DNA: India
After a proposal to lay down a separate pipeline to supply recycled water to Raj Bhawan for non-potable purposes received the civic standing committee's approval, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has planned to lay down five more such pipelines in the city. The water supply and sewage operation department of BMC has already started working on the proposal. "We have been working on laying down five more separate pipelines to supply recycled water to gardens and parks,"said a BMC official. Earlier this week, the pipeline to Raj Bhawan had received an approval. As per the plan, the separate pipeline will be laid down from the sewage treatment plant to nearby gardens or parks. The Dadar-based sewage treatment plant will supply recycled water to Pramod Mahajan Kala Park in Dadar and a separate pipeline will be laid down for the purpose. The Dadar plant has a capacity to recycle around 300 MLD water on a daily basis. Similarly, a separate pipeline will be laid down from Worli, Colaba, Bandra, ...
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No water connection to big city buildings sans waste water separator 22.4.2017 TOI: Chennai
The rule, which has been in existence since 2002, has not been implemented so far.
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Metrowater to insist on water recycling 22.4.2017 Hindu: Cities
Facility must for large buildings applying for connection
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Indian-origin tycoon to acquire Mittal's US unit 21.4.2017 All International Stories
The 6,00,000 sq ft Georgetown plant sits on 60-acre site next to deep-water port along Sampit River
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Gardening gloves at work 21.4.2017 Hindu: Leisure
The tomato trellis and spinach patch become a part of the office scenery, as corporates bring the farm indoors
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‘We have to revisit rainwater harvesting’ 21.4.2017 Hindu: Home
Retired IAS officer Santha Sheela Nair believes rainwater harvesting still holds the key to being water-sufficient
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Is pollution a non-issue for BJP, AAP, Congress in Delhi civic polls? 21.4.2017 Business Standard: News Now
Although Kejriwal promised to make the city garbage-free, he did not mention tackling air pollution
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From table to soil 20.4.2017 Hindu: Chennai
Recycling kitchen waste is one of the best ways to create a nourishing environment for your little garden
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Salty diet reduces thirst, increases hunger 18.4.2017 All News-IANS Stories
A salty diet causes people to drink less water while increasing hunger due to a higher need for energy, suggests new research.
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Water board to issue final STP notification soon 18.4.2017 TOI: Bangalore Times
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US cities innovate to tackle waste profitably: Diplomat (Lead, Correcting para 3) 17.4.2017 Education
Racing to the goal of becoming 'Zero Waste Cities' by 2040, several major US cities have adopted innovative techniques to combat waste generated there with multiple community benefits, US Consul-General Thomas Vajda said here on Monday.
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US cities innovate to tackle waste profitably: Diplomat 17.4.2017 Education
Racing to the goal of becoming 'Zero Waste Cities' by 2040, several major US cities have adopted innovative techniques to combat waste generated there with multiple community benefits, US Consul-General Thomas Vajda said here on Monday.
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T. Kallupatti, first local body to receive ISO certification 17.4.2017 Hindu: News
Thanks to efficient maintenance of garbage dump, implementation of schemes
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‘Save water’ mission launched 16.4.2017 Hindu: News
Thrust given to rainwater harvesting
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