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    BHEL forays into Lake Purification.

    This is the first ever order of its kind from the Smart Cities segment using Phytorid Technology developed by the National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) under the Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), which is an environment friendly technology. The order will be executed by BHEL's Project Engineering & Systems Division(PESD), Hyderabad. Congratulation to BHEL for diversification
  • #631336
    Again another diversification by BHEL. It is good to note that NEERI, a CSIR laboratory has developed an environmentally friendly technology for lake purification and BHEL is executing that project. Congratulations to all the concerned.
    drrao
    always confident

  • #631338
    Lakes are very important not only as a source of water for drinking and other purposes but also necessary for maintaining good ecological balance in the environment.

    The silt and soil from surrounding areas generally settle on the floor of the lakes and slowly there depth starts decreasing which affects their water containing capacity as well as chokes the open conduit in its bottom which supplies water through underground springs to that particular lake.

    In this context, any cleaning attempt for these precious lakes is a welcome measure. The job entrusted to BHEL for Hyderabad lake will be a milestone in this direction.

    Knowledge is power.

  • #631352
    Actually BHEL is one of the Navratna companies of public sector and it has the expertise and capability to diversify in new areas where there is no competition and at the same time heavy demand. Lake purification project is the great boon to those towns and cities, where there are lakes but not fit for drinking purpose. For example there are many lakes in Hyderabad itself namely Hussain Sagar, Safilguda lake, R K Puram lake , Alwal lake and Subhash Nagar lakes. These lakes have much water all the time but not fit for drinking. Now with the BHEL new technology these lakes can be put to better use sooner.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #631424
    This is good news, many cities have lakes that are clogged with sewage and becomes a sore spot in the city and a breeding ground for many illnesses and trouble.
    Many concerened residents in cities have been forming their own groups and reaching out to NGOs and the Government agencies to rejuvinate the lakes

    This good news about BHEL diversifying into lake purification would give a big boost to salvaging our dying lakes. Last month I raised a thread about BEL taking on lake purification as part of corporate social responsibility Residents can reach out to save dying urban lakes..


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