A smart city is not only about cutting-edge technology, gadgets guiding your lifestyle or using ICT (Information and Communications Technology) but also to string together a man-machine interaction that will drive our socio-economic engagement in the society.
Developing nations need to put in systems for efficient sorting of garbage, and differentiation into recyclable and toxic material. The financial and commercial capital of India - Mumbai city - with over 12 million resident citizens, generates 6,500 tonnes of garbage, in addition to 2,500 tonnes of construction and demolition (C&D)
The Tamil Nadu govern-Â¡ment has allocated Rs.300 crore towards the Chennai Mega City Development Mission (CMCDM) in the revised budget estimate presented in the assembly. This is in addition to the Rs.500 crore already pledged in the 2016-17 interim budget in February.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa informed that her government was expecting Rs 100 crore from the central government for implementing solid waste management system across certain areas in the state. Meanwhile, the state government raised the construction cost of green houses given to its beneficiaries from
The Tamil Nadu government plans to upgrade civic amenities like drinking water supply, drainage, sewerage, solid waste management across urban areas in the state at an investment of Rs 6,654.03 crore. In this regard, the state government launched recently an integrated urban development mission which would be implemented in the city corporations and muni