MCGM had decided to install waterless urinals at public toilets near Gateway of India. These urinals will save approximately 10 thousand litres of water per day and 70 thousand kilograms of carbon a year. MCGM is renovating Gateway of India, which includes restoration of the site, beautification and construction of a plaza.The new urinals will be installed in the plaza. They do not require water to flush and prevent bad odour too. RA Rajeev, additional municipal commissioner informed that the system could save nearly 10000 ml of water daily. He further stated that for the first time, this kind of system is being used at Gateway plaza building and if it becomes a success, the waterless chemical cake system will be introduced at all MCGM pay and use toilets. With cameraperson Ranjeet Gupta, Hansraj Kanaujia for NMTV news.
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