GCC to hold meetings with Resident’s Welfare Associations to guide them on RWH

A few weeks ago, the Chennai Corporation officials started inspecting the rainwater harvesting structures at all the wards in Mylapore as at other parts in city.

They also identified and suggested improvements in the existing RWH structures at various places.

Now, the Corporation has directed its workers to guide the residents in designing/improving RWH structures. The officials have also started identifying innovative designs and are soon going to hold meetings with Resident’s Welfare Associations regarding this.

Veera Raghavan, AE of ward 173 says, “We are planning to hold meetings with all the Resident’s Welfare Associations to spread awareness regarding the different RWH methods.”

Chennai Corportion is also urging the residents to share their innovative ideas with others.

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