Meerut: Divisional Commissioner Surendra Singh set up the Innovative Unit

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Updated Thursday, July 01, 2021 3:14 PM IST

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Commissioner Surendra Singh put the innovative rainwater harvesting unit into operation on Thursday. The special thing is that this is the first plant of its kind in Meerut to be built by the city society.

The Divisional Commissioner launched the innovative unit in Meerut.
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Divisional Commissioner Surendra Singh and Municipal Commissioner Manish Bansal started up an innovative rainwater harvesting unit in Tagore Park in H Block Shastrinagar on Thursday. This is the first unit of its kind in Meerut to be built by the Municipal Corporation and made from the drilling of inactive hand pumps in the ongoing Catch the Rain campaign under the direction of the Divisional Commissioner. There are around 45,000 pipe wells and 11,000 hand pumps in the district. By drilling these defective units, millions of liters of rainwater can get into the ground.The two officers also planted seedlings on the occasion. Mahesh Rastogi of Club-60 told him that there are now five rainwater collection units in his JH Block Colony. At the same time, the area officer instructed the general manager of the municipal utilities to ensure that only clean water gets into the ground. so that the drinking water is not polluted. He said sprinkler systems, drip irrigation, rainwater tanks, siphons, and ways to bring rainwater off the street should be seen in the beds. He also valued Club-60’s water-saving work and described it as inspiring to others.

On this occasion Anurag Goyal, Ashok Agarwal, Bharat Bhushan Sharma, JK members of Club-60 including Arya, Pradeep Kumar, Nirvana Rastogi and PP Tyagi were present.

Club 60 member VP Sharma is an expert in the production of disused and economical rainwater harvesting units from the pipe well department. Sharma has produced more than 100 water extraction units in the Meerut district through free consultation. In addition, the water-saving work of Club-60, awarded by the Ministry of Jal Shakti, was also shown in the Prime Minister’s Mann Ki Baat.

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Divisional Commissioner Surendra Singh and Municipal Commissioner Manish Bansal started up an innovative rainwater harvesting unit in Tagore Park in H Block Shastrinagar on Thursday. This is the first unit of its kind in Meerut to be built by the Municipal Corporation and made from the drilling of inactive hand pumps in the ongoing Catch the Rain campaign under the direction of the Divisional Commissioner. There are around 45,000 pipe wells and 11,000 hand pumps in the district. By drilling these defective units, millions of liters of rainwater can get into the ground.

The two officers also planted seedlings on the occasion. Mahesh Rastogi of Club-60 told him that there are now five rainwater collection units in his JH Block Colony. At the same time, the area officer instructed the general manager of the municipal utilities to ensure that only clean water gets into the ground. so that the drinking water is not polluted. He said sprinkler systems, drip irrigation, rainwater tanks, siphons, and ways to bring rainwater off the street should be seen in the beds. He also valued Club-60’s water-saving work and described it as inspiring to others.

On this occasion Anurag Goyal, Ashok Agarwal, Bharat Bhushan Sharma, JK members of Club-60 including Arya, Pradeep Kumar, Nirvana Rastogi and PP Tyagi were present.

Club 60 member VP Sharma is an expert in the production of disused and economical rainwater harvesting units from the pipe well department. Sharma has produced more than 100 water extraction units in the Meerut district through free consultation. In addition, the water-saving work of Club-60, awarded by the Ministry of Jal Shakti, was also shown in the Prime Minister’s Mann Ki Baat.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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