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Preeti MehraNovember 19 was World Toilet Day and for two days this week, Mumbai saw sanitation take centre stage at the World Toilet Summit, 2018.

This was obviously a follow-up of the words of Jack Sim who, as founder of the World Toilet Organization, said, “What we don’t discuss, we can’t...

Read more: Innovating for sanitation

The Indian wind industry stands tall today — literally. It is almost becoming axiomatic — the lower the tariffs fall, the higher the wind towers go. Higher towers mean longer blades which, in turn, means larger swept areas, leading on to better capacity utilisation and, hence, more energy....

Read more: Winds of disquiet

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Every action counts when it comes to caring for the environment and that is what the aviation industry in India, which is the third largest domestic civil aviation market in the world, is doing. It is taking small but significant steps to help reduce air and noise pollution.

In October, the...

Read more: Robots on the runway

Away from the headlines, October 20 saw a fire raging through a 40-acre garbage dump in Delhi. Bhalswa, in the north of the city, is one of the three landfills and receives around 2,700 tonnes of the 9,500 tonnes of trash generated in a day.

This is not the first time a landfill has caught fire....

Read more: Time to dump the dumpyard

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