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Infosys to set up 7 MW solar plant at Hyderabad campus 27.7.2015 Asian Age: Business
Infosys' Hyderabad campus is the first in India to have radiant cooled commercial building Hyderabad: Country's second largest software services firm Infosys plans to set up a 7 MW solar plant at its Hyderabad campus. The move is a step in achieving the goal set to meet the entire electricity needs through renewable sources in the next few years, the company said in a statement. It also claimed that Infosys' Hyderabad campus is the first in India to have radiant cooled commercial building, with the biggest comparison of HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning) system in the world. "Daylight and vision panels in the buildings ensure that over 91 per cent of occupied spaces have natural light and all employees have access to views, adding to comfort and productivity," it added. Appropriate water treatment technologies have been set up to treat the water coming from the sewage treatment plant thus making it suitable for the cooling tower requirements and treated waste water is used for the entire ...
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Smart cities need a human face too 27.7.2015 HBL: Opinion
We need to focus on efficiency, utility and above all, the quality of life of the people who make up a city
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Infosys to set up 7 MW solar plant at Hyderabad campus 27.7.2015 Asian Age: Business
Infosys' Hyderabad campus is the first in India to have radiant cooled commercial building Hyderabad: Country's second largest software services firm Infosys plans to set up a 7 MW solar plant at its Hyderabad campus. The move is a step in achieving the goal set to meet the entire electricity needs through renewable sources in the next few years, the company said in a statement. It also claimed that Infosys' Hyderabad campus is the first in India to have radiant cooled commercial building, with the biggest comparison of HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning) system in the world. "Daylight and vision panels in the buildings ensure that over 91 per cent of occupied spaces have natural light and all employees have access to views, adding to comfort and productivity," it added. Appropriate water treatment technologies have been set up to treat the water coming from the sewage treatment plant thus making it suitable for the cooling tower requirements and treated waste water is used for the entire ...
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Infy to set up 7MW solar plant at Hyderabad campus 27.7.2015 TOI: Home
The move is a step in achieving the goal set to meet the entire electricity needs through renewable sources in the next few years, Infosys said.
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Infosys to set up 7 MW solar plant at Hyderabad campus 27.7.2015 All Companies Stories
Country's second largest software services firm Infosys plans to set up a 7 MW solar plant at its Hyderabad campus. The move is a step in achieving the goal set to meet the entire electricity needs through renewable sources in the next few years, ...
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Govt sets up panel to make Smart City 27.7.2015 deccanherald.com
The Delhi government has set up a High Powered Steering Committee headed by Chief Secretary K K Sharma to implement Prime Minister Narendra Modi's favourite Smart City project in Delhi. Sharma has started holding meetings to prepare project proposals to be sent to the Union urban development ministry for approval and compete with 99 other cities to get central funds for smart solution projects. Projects related to e-governance, transport infrastructure, sky walks for pedestrians, BRT corridors, pollution control, solar power generation, water and sewage treatment and battery-run vehicles are likely to be proposed by the HPSC to the central government as part of Smart City Plan. "The Committee is working out the mechanism for implementing projects through the local bodies in the city," said an official. The Chief Secretary has held more than one meeting over the issue and the documentation work has been launched by the Committee - which does not have any politician in it. Smart solutions The Committee has ...
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UGD to improve corpns account by 405 crore 27.7.2015 TOI: Cities
The coffers of the city municipal corporation will soon get fatter by 405 crore by way of deposits collected from more than two lakh households for providing underground drainage (UGD) connections, apart from the 149 crore it will receive annually through the UGD fee levied on ...
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Institutes propose, BMC dithers over the river’s sewage solution 25.7.2015 TOI: Mumbai
Institutes propose, BMC dithers over the river’s sewage solution
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Non-compliance of biomedical waste: Now, People’s hospital under scanner 25.7.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Non-compliance of biomedical waste: Now, People’s hospital under scanner
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Mayor seeks funds to develop Valangulam 25.7.2015 Hindu: Coimbatore
Mayor P. Rajkumar on Friday appealed to industry and trade bodies in Coimbatore to contribute their might for developing Valangulam tank.At an ‘Interactive Session’ at the Indian Chamber of...
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To cut bills, DJB to tap solar power 25.7.2015 TOI: Delhi Times
Delhi Jal Board has decided to install rooftop solar panels to generate solar energy to meet its power ...
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Tribunal seeks report on biomed waste disposal 25.7.2015 TOI: Chennai
The Southern bench of the National Green Tribunal has issued notice to the Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board and the health secretary on a petition that highlighted the lack of liquid biomedical waste treatment facilities at hospitals and medical research centres across the ...
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Methane leak has been contained… temporarily 22.7.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Methane leak has been contained… temporarily
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Parliamentary panel flags Mumbai's weak links; Urges environment ministry to take urgent anti-pollution steps 22.7.2015 Delhi News, Delhi City News - Cities News - Times of India
A parliamentary panel has flagged a number of environment-related issues which, it found, have been causing damage to Mumbai and Visakhapatnam and asked the Union environment ministry and respective state governments to take up urgent steps for improving infrastructure and strengthening pollution mitigation measures in these two coastal ...
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Locals oppose apartment complex at Paroppady 22.7.2015 Hindu: Cities
Families living around the wetland at Paroppady are concerned about an apartment complex coming up in the vicinity. They fear that the sewage water from the building may pollute the wetlands. The b...
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There’s power in garbage 21.7.2015 HBL: Home
Name of the start-up: Waste2Watts India Pvt LtdSet up in: 2012, incorporated on June 25, 2013Based in: Bengaluru Founder: Ramesh Srinivasan; Co foun...
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'KMC neglecting sanitation, pollution concerns' 21.7.2015 TOI: All Headlines
'KMC neglecting sanitation, pollution concerns'
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Sewage Treatment Plant Hits Road Block 21.7.2015 newindianexpress.com
The proposed sanitation plan for Sambalpur City has hit a road block with the residents of Bhatra opposing the Sewage Treatment Plant.
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Decentralised sewage treatment plants in the offing 21.7.2015 Hindu: Delhi
NEW DELHI: Six new decentralised sewage treatment plants are expected to come up soon with the Delhi Jal Board (DJB) shifting focus from larger plants, which require wastewater to be taken to a far...
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Experts for linking of small rivers 20.7.2015 Hindu: Home
Linking of small local rivers is a better proposition than linking of major rivers for which the government is giving a serious thought. As these streams are not perennial, it is easier to link the...
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