Our projects are conceptualized with a holistic design approach where not just aesthetics meet performance at the onset but all elements ranging from water resilience to waste management to rain water harvesting to non-motorized transit corridors are planned upfront such that we are able to operate in the most sustainable manner.
The Sewage treatment plant at our projects treats potable water. In order to reduce the dependence on potable water and be more water resilient across projects we have large scale STPs (which are more energy efficient), this treated water is then used for irrigation and flushing purposes saving huge amount of potable water needs.
This has led to conservation of approximately 7000 million liters of potable water per year.
Waste management systems and processes are pivotal across Lodha projects and special focus is given towards efficient waste management. SWM plants treat household organic waste. The waste management plant at Palava is a self-sustaining plant with 90%+ energy required to operate the plant getting generated in-house from the organic waste itself.
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