The initiative is a part of BEL’s corporate social responsibility activity with the Karnataka Lake Conservation and Development Authority
GN Bureau | March 24, 2018
Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL) has started constructing a 10 MLD (million litres per day) sewage treatment plant to rejuvenate the Doddabommasandra Lake in Bengaluru at a cost of Rs 13.5 crore.
BEL has taken up this initiative as part of its corporate social responsibility activity with the Karnataka Lake Conservation and Development Authority (KLCDA), Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike and the revenue department.
The Doddabommasandra Lake contributes to recharge of ground water in the Doddabommasandra watershed region. The lake is spread across 50.31 hectares.
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