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1.Tenders for projects worth Rs.250 crore to Rs.300 crore will be finalised soon

Consider this: Navi Mumbai is the only city to have achieved 85 per cent of the service-level benchmark prepared by the Government of India´s Urban Development Department! Developed by the City and Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra (CIDCO), the city is maintained by the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC).


2.Riding on Plastic

Bengaluru is successfully using plastic waste to lay stronger and smoother roads. And other cities are following suit, as Jayanthi Nararyan discovers.


3.IT works!

In its three-decade journey of infrastructure development, SPML Infra Ltd has always embraced technology and innovation.


4.Reducing Carbon Footprint

Paharpur Business Centre remains the first retrofit building in India to receive the Platinum Green Building rating by USGBC-LEED under existing buildings (Operations and Maintenance).


5.Ramky on the Rise

Having started off as a Consultant in Water, Ramky Infrastructure Ltd (RIL) has today emerged as one of the top infrastructure leaders in the country.


6.Bio-waste power plant to resume generation

The bio methanation plant at Koyambedu, Chennai, which remained dysfunctional for over two years, is all set to generate power from vegetable and fruit waste collected from the wholesale market.The plant, which is operating for the past two months, is awaiting Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation’s (TANGEDCO) approval to supply electricity to the grid.


7.Terrace Temptations

Lumbini is the birthplace of Gautama Buddha - indeed, there could be no name more appropriate for a project focussed on providing a tranquil and peaceful ambience to its residents.


8.Towards Sustainability

Committed to being environment friendly, Adobe Systems in Noida received the LEED-EB certification from USGBC in January 2012. Adobe has a long history of emphasising sustainability in its operations.


9.The Plastic Movement

In the next in a series of features on building materials, Shriyal Sethumadhavan probes into the judicious use and reuse of plastic waste in the construction industry.


10.In waste management, we grew from 300 tonne...

Its mission is simple: recycle, reuse and reduce! In a country like India, where about 141,000 tonne of waste is generated and collected everyday across 459 cities, Hanjer Biotech Energies Pvt Ltd handles about 10,000 tonne in 20 cities.


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