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Message from the CEO
Dear all,

You may by now know all about ELCITA’s Solid Waste Management initiatives. But have you wondered about the sewage and wastewater generated here? Electronics City generates 6000 Kilolitres of wastewater every day; but unfortunately only 52% of it is treated and reused. Refuse-Reduce-Reuse-Recycle is the Mantra to conserve water which is in short supply.

Industries with wastewater treatment units must maintain it to get the desired quality of treated water and reuse it. Those companies that do not have a treatment unit, have to be very careful about wastewater disposal.  According to estimates, 750 KL of wastewater is dumped on open land and into nearby water bodies every day. Seepage of untreated water is likely to be the cause of higher nitrate levels in ground water extracted from borewells in Electronics City.

Industries who have arrangements with private vendors for wastewater disposal need to double check if it is being disposed of in a correct way.

Spending money on treating the wastewater and reusing the treated water will give great returns in terms of a better place to live and reducing our angst about water shortage and health hazards.

ELCITA has established a 300 KLD common Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) at ELCIA Park. The STP has started operating and the treated water is being used inside the estate for watering plants and other needs of companies.

I request industries to make use of the ELCITA STP and manage wastewater responsibly. Our focus is not just about the service we provide to our members, we believe we have a broader role to play in enhancing liveability and protecting the environment for a better future.

I am sure you are a responsible ELCitizen interested in recycling wastewater the right way and ELCITA can support you to do that. Let us lead by example!

- Rama N S

 
ELCITA Works update
* Siemens to Yokogawa Road
* Bhavani Industries Road
Completed
  • Providing and laying of Asphalting using 60/70 grade bitumen
    • Along Bhavani Industries and Quasitum Road (East Phase)
    • From Canara Bank Road/ Fire station Junction (West Phase)
    • Along HP Avenue Road (West Phase)
    • Along C-Dot D-mart Road (West Phase)
  • Construction of Drain, Cover Slabs
    • Along C-Dot D-mart Road (West Phase)
    • Along HP Avenue Road (West Phase)
    • Infront of BETL (West Phase)
  • Construction of 20 feet deep well Rainwater Harvesting Pit 38 numbers at various locations – Completed.(West Phase & East Phase)
  • Re Fixing of Kerbstone and providing pavers along Velankani Road. (West Phase)
  • 16 e-toilets Installed at various location of Electronics City and Operational– Completed.  (West Phase & East Phase)
  • RMU Yard work at Wipro Gate no 5 (West Phase)
  • Drain Cleaning Work at Various location (West Phase & East Phase)
  • Cross Drainage work at Gollahalli Junction (West Phase)
  • Construction of Drain, Cover slabs along HP Avenue Road. (West Phase)
  • Construction of SSM Drain work in front of BETL (West Phase)
  • Providing & Laying Sewer line, from Doddangamangala village manhole to lake Electronics City. (East Phase)

In progress
  • M/s mayaPRAXIS had submitted the Draft preliminary feasibility Report on Skywalk system, Electronics City West Phase for approval.
  • Providing and laying of Asphalting using 60/70 grade bitumen From Wipro Gate 5 to Wipro Gate 16 (West Phase)
  • Concrete Pavements along Doddanagamangala Village Road (East Phase)
  • Supplying & Laying Sewer Pipe line from Existing Manhole to Septic Tank located in KIADB Land. (East Phase)
  • Property Inventory, Asset Management and Development of Web-based GIS Application Software for e-Governance and Management of Electronic City Industrial Township Authority (ELCITA), Bangalore. (West Phase & East Phase)
  • Construction of Drains, laying of Pavers, Kerb stones and Drain cover slabs From Wipro Gate 5 to Wipro Gate 16 (West Phase)

Contracts Awarded
  • Providing and laying of Asphalting using 60/70 grade bitumen along Café Corner & JP IT Park Road

Contracts on the Anvil
  • Construction of Drains, laying of Pavers, Kerb stones and Drain cover slabs along TCS Road
  • Providing UGD to connect industries in cluster 2 & 3 to the 300 KLD STP.
  • Construction of 500 KLD STP in KIADB Land, Electronics City East Phase
e-citizen
I came from Bihar to Bangalore four months back. My wife and kids are still in Bihar. I was working as a technician in Airtel, in Bihar. I had to leave that job for some reasons and was sitting jobless at home for quite a long time. Some of my friends were here in Bangalore working at their own shops. They called me so that I could visit Bangalore for a change as I was depressed.

I came here and started helping my friends in their shops, at that time I started learning how to run a shop. Just one ago back I decided to have my own shop here in Electronics City. Everyday I come from Hosa Road to Electronic City at 10 o'clock in the morning and leave by 11 p.m. I like this place because the temperature here is very cool, it is less noisier than the other parts of Bangalore and there is a lot of greenery around. A lot of educated people come here and they talk very nicely to me. I miss my family and I’m planning to visit them soon.

* e-citizen is a series that portrays different facets of people working in Electronics City.

 
News updates
BMTC launches smart card for transit in Bengaluru
* During the launch of ‘BMTC Smart Card’
Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) in association with Axis Bank has started the trial of smart cards in a small scale, after unveiling it in a press conference on June 14, 2016. It will take two months to complete the trial and launch the card in full scale.

The card offers integrated services to the commuters by offering them cashless bus travel; and also offers shopping experience at about 1.2 million merchant outlets across the country, and therefore, no hassle of carrying multiple cards.

Read more »

 
A step forward: synchronisation gets the green signal
Synchronisation of signals needs an automatic system in place to manage dynamic traffic signals based on the volume of traffic across its various arms. That is exactly what Bharat Electronics Ltd. (BEL) has achieved on a series of four signals from M.S. Ramaiah Hospital to BEL Circle in the pilot project.

Read more »

 
BMTC to soon launch app in Kannada
‪In a bid to provide better services to passengers, the Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) will soon launch the revised version of its existing app. The latest version will be available in Kannada in addition to English.

This decision was taken on priority as there was a demand for the Kannada option of the existing BMTC app. To provide names of bus stands and bus shelters in Kannada, the database has to be changed. This takes a few days. There are also plans to provide information about link-services (indirect routes) in the app.

Read more »

 
Government plans 16 km Controlled Access Road from Silk Board Junction to KR Puram
In what could bring a major respite to lakhs of techies who use the notorious Silk Board Junction-KR Puram Outer Ring Road, the state government has planned a 16 km controlled access road which will bring down travel time from 45 minutes to 15 minutes.

According to sources in the secretariat, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and Bengaluru Development Minister K.J. George have given the green signal for the Rs 121­crore plan for the stretch, which is dotted with hundreds of IT and ITeS companies that have over four lakh employees.

Read more »

 
Infosys sets up biogas plant in Bengaluru campus
All Infosys employees would now get biogas cooked food at their food courts with the help of a new biogas plant that has been launched by the company in Bengaluru campus. The biogas plant would treat food waste onsite and use the biogas generated from the plant for cooking in the food courts, states the Sustainability Report of Infosys.

The new plant, with an optimized design and detailed engineering, has a capacity of treating two tonnes of food waste per day. It is fully automated and integrated with the building management system to facilitate online monitoring on an on-going basis.

Read more »

 
DID YOU KNOW?
BMTC plies 70 trips to Kempegowda International Airport from Electronics City every day.
Holidays
Wed    06-Jul    Kutub-E-Ramzan


 
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