Two day Sanitation Technologies Exhibition in Delhi from 29 Sept

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NEW DELHI: A two day exhibition showcasing a wide range of sanitation technologies is being organized in New Delhi from September 29, 2016.

The exhibition to be inaugurated by Minister of Urban Development M.Venkaiah Naidu and Minister of State for Drinking Water & Sanitation Ramesh Chinnappa Jigajinagi, will be open to public on first day i.e Thursday.

The Exhibition is being organized as a part of the ongoing Swachh Bharat Week for the benefit of the people and large number of delegates attending the INDOSAN (India Sanitation Conference) to be held on September 30,2016.

INDOSAN will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and will be attended by Chief Ministers, Ministers, elected representatives of people, District Collectors, Municipal Commissioners of 500 cities and towns, representatives of private sector and NGOs etc.

About 30 technological equipment applicable to different components of sanitation chain will be on show for the two days.

These include; Smart Public Toilet models, waterless urinals with microbiological cleaning systems, low cost portable toilet blocks, public toilets with bio-digester, twin pit toilets with onsite compost making, small size sewage treatment units for use at community level, sanitary napkin vending machines, underground bins, rickshaw for direct unloading of garbage in large bins, CNG sweeping machines, mechanical suction sweepers, organic waste convertors for compost making, food waste composter, house level compost makers, cleaning machines etc.

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