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1.GRFG panels for the mass housing segment

IIT-Madras analyses thermal performance of GFRG demo building


2.Increasing sustainability in adhesives and sealants

R&D has resulted in the availability of green products in the market


3.Automatic sustainable construction technology

The 3D printing construction can be used to build complicated structures


4.Sterling and Wilson bags battery energy storage project

Sterling and Wilson has bagged its first large-scale hybrid and energy storage turnkey EPC order in Western Africa.


5.Chennai Port to turn eco-friendly to reduce carbon footprint

The Chennai Port is developing a green belt on 31 acre inside the port to reduce the carbon footprint, besides ensuring ambient air quality parameters to make the port a clean and green one. The authorities have planned to implement the Green Belt scheme in a systematic way.


6.Railways to produce 1,000 MW solar energy

To reduce carbon footprints, the Indian Railways has taken several green initiatives and will produce 1,000 MW solar energy. Letters of intent have already been signed by the Railway Ministry with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to formalise joint cooperation in environmental conservation.


7.Our machines help save carbon footprint as well as diesel

We have already launched few products but for the first time have showcased them on a larger platform through Excon. So we will launch a new roller CC425 from Dynapac range of Atlas Copco road construction equipment, and coinciding with the prime minister’s vision of ‘Make in India’, we have launched a baby roller from the Indian manufacturing facility.


8.Top Builders | Mahindra Lifespace Developers

Mahindra Lifespace Developers, leader in the sustainable urban development space, has created residential and commercial developments and integrated cities across nine Indian cities: Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Gurgaon, Faridabad, Jaipur, Chennai, Hyderabad and Bengaluru.


9.Low-carbon tech for India's cement industry launched

For India's cement industry, a low-carbon technology roadmap has been launched to cut its carbon footprint whilst meeting the growing demand for building materials in the country. It follows the launch of the global cement technology roadmap published in 2009.


10.Footprint in concrete

The construction industry's contribution to total anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions is estimated at about 8 per cent, with cement being one of the highest emitters. SUNNY GOKLANI analyses the values of its carbon footprint.


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