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The more I read about the way BMRC is doing things, I must admit, the more impressed I am!

Now they announce that they are going to harvest rain-water. They will collect and store rain water and use it to water the plants that would be planted beside/below the track.

 

This is surely welcome noting that this will cost them about 35 crore extra and especially since there is no regulation in place to make rain water harvesting.

Is this an effort to gain some brownie points from the public or is it a genuine 'Green' and proactive carporate responsibility?

 

I dont know, I guess and hope its the later.

 

 

Metro Rail to harvest 50000 cubic metres of rainwater annually - Hindu -


Hindu
Metro Rail to harvest 50000 cubic metres of rainwater annually
Hindu, India - 34 minutes ago
Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRC) sources said the width of the tracks would be about 10 metres. Given that the city gets an average annual ...

[Google News - BMRC]


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