Tamil Nadu, the most urbanised among the large States in India, has witnessed uneven urban growth.

The Tiruchi Corporation would adopt trenchless technology to lay pumping mains of the on-going Drinking Water Supply Augmentation Scheme in critical junctions and crossings at 11 places in the city.

The drinking water scheme is being executed at an estimated cost of Rs.221.42 crore with financial assistance from the Japan International Cooperation Agency.

One step is the installation of retro-reflective display boards giving names of roads and directions to landmarks

Under the environmental impact studies of the sewerage scheme, assessment of the seasonal water quality of the sources around the oxidation ponds and few pumping stations were monitored in Trichirrappalli Sewerage Scheme, Tamil Nadu.

The system is expected to reduce dependence on individual private vehicles

COIMBATORE: Tamil Nadu Governor S.S.

Monitoring systems for 81 districts across the country
Four are coming up in Kayathar, Ramanathapuram, Karaikudi, and Tiruchi
Proposal to install SPV Rooftop System in Kanyakumari has been sent for approval

MADURAI: The Union Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) is establishing seven Solar Insolation Monitoring Systems in the State to identify viable locations for installing solar powe


Urban risk reduction programme funded by UNDP, Centre

TIRUCHI: A disaster management plan for Tiruchi City would be prepared within the next three months under the Urban Risk Reduction Programme (URRP), a joint initiative of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Union government.

The plan would lay down the standard operating procedure for emergency response, d

My Tree project to cover campuses of four other constituent colleges

ECO-CONSCIOUS:A first-year student planting a sapling on the campus of Anna University-Tiruchi on Wednesday.

TIRUCHI: Anna University of Technology

The susceptibility level of different types of plant species to air pollutants in the Tiruchirappalli city (central Tamil Nadu, India) has been conducted on the basis of their air pollution tolerance index (APTI).

Tiruchi among 40 cities where the study was conducted

TIRUCHI: The per capita carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) emission in the city has been estimated to be 0.33 tonne a year, well below the national average of 1.75 tonne, a British High Commission-sponsored study has revealed.