A smart card exclusively for the residents of Thiruvananthapuram city will be released within 2 months. The card, which has been named ‘My smart TVM’, can be used to avail government sector services in the initial phase and later for services of private institutions as well.
To encourage residents to adopt the golden rule – ‘Reduce, Reuse, Recycle’ — for waste management, the Patna Municipal Corporation has come up with a plan to set-up selfie points across the city and to develop ‘Waste to Wonder Park’ at various places using junks and discarded items.
The Smart City Thiruvananthapuram Limited (SCTL) is installing the Smart Mosquito Density System across the city under the the Smart City Project of the city corporation.
In 2017, when the Swacch Bharat Misson began, the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) mandated all housing societies with more than 200 flats to do complete segregation of waste at source – into wet and dry waste, and total in-house wet waste management.
Trivendra Singh Rawat, Uttarakhand’s Chief Minister has approved Rs 28 crore for the construction of solid waste management facilities and decentralised segregation hall in various municipal bodies and nagar panchayats of Uttarakhand.
Brixton Group, a leading business conglomerate of UAE, has announced that India’s first industrial smart city will be set up near Kalamassery in Kochi.
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To keep River Ganga clean and to check wastage of water, Kanpur will be the first city of the country to formulate a river management plan.
The Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC), the governing civic authority, has partnered with ABB India to further roll out next generation technology and support its vision of delivering continuous water supply across the city of Surat with the 24/7 Water Supply Scheme.
In each of the 100 designated Smart Cities across the country, the selected City Data Officer (CDO) is currently undergoing a six-week training by the "Smart Cities Mission" and Tata Trusts.