Swachh Bharat Sanitation Park Opens in Dirty Delhi

Starved cows eating household hazardous waste near a housing colony of New Delhi in India. Scenes like these are common in the national capital. Photo: Rakesh Raman
Starved cows eating household hazardous waste near a housing colony of New Delhi in India. Scenes like these are common in the national capital. Photo: Rakesh Raman

The Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, in collaboration with the Environmental Sanitation Institute and Tata Trusts, has developed a Sanitation Park which was inaugurated in the Capital today by Union Minister, Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, Uma Bharti, and Secretary, Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, Parameswaran Iyer.

The Sanitation Park was developed at CGO Complex in New Delhi with an objective to create awareness on various safe technological options.

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According to a government statement released Friday, the Park demonstrates various options pertaining to toilet technologies and solid and liquid waste management technologies, with a brief description of these technologies.

The Park also displays information regarding various interventions undertaken under the Swachh Bharat Mission, capturing the success stories and impact created under the Mission across the country.

The park, according to the statement, presents the opportunity for the visitors to understand various components and initiatives of the the Mission and familiarize themselves with different technologies.

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