NDMC installs water ATMs and underground bins, as part of its smart city projects


The NDMC has completed 72 projects under the smart city initiative, including the installation of water ATMs and underground bins

The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has completed 72 projects under the smart city initiative, including the installation of water ATMs, decentralised sewage treatment plants and underground bins and 39 more projects are in the pipeline, the civic body’s chairman said, on June 25, 2019. A total of 111 projects were identified under the initiative, at a cost of Rs 1,576.20 crores and 72 have been completed, NDMC chairman Naresh Kumar said, at a press conference.

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Solar rooftop panels have also been installed on 92 buildings, along with 95 solar poles at several roundabouts, as part of the renewable energy initiatives taken by the civic body. Two solar bus queue shelters have also been installed and a solar tree has been put up in Connaught Place, where leaves are working as solar panels and lighting the tree at night and also providing mobile charging facility.

 

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