NAREDCO Mahi takes a definitive step forward to promote water conservation

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NAREDCO Mahi—the women wing of National Real Estate Development Council (NAREDCO) —was launched in an event graced by Minister for Housing and Urban Affairs Hardeep Singh Puri and Tara Subramaniam, President, NAREDCO Mahi. Rajan Bandelkar, the Nation President of NAREDCO was also present on the occasion. The event ‘PlumbEx India’ was organised by Indian Plumbing Association. Apart from launching NAREDCO Mahi, Puri also unveiled the logo of NAREDCO Mahi ‘Nirmal Jal Prayaas’.

Speaking on the occasion, Puri said the initiative will help in saving almost 500 crore litre of water per year and that the government’s scheme AMRUT 2.0 with an investment outlay of Rs 277,000 crore covers 500 cities encompassing all statutory towns of the country. He added that the scheme will ensure 100% water supply in all the houses across 4,700 urban local bodies.

Rajan Bandelkar added that NAREDCO has always strived to promote recycling of water and saving every drop of water possible. He said Nirmal Jal Prayaas is a flagship initiative of NAREDCO Mahi in this direction.

Considering that only 3% of the available water in the world is fresh water and even the two-thirds of that goes into frozen glaciers and becomes inaccessible, NAREDCO has been at the forefront of the Indian Industries’ efforts towards saving water. NAREDCO has been partnering with Indian Plumbing Association to resolve the plumbing issues experienced by the builders in their projects.

Tara Subramaniam said the efforts to promote saving water in homes are well-embedded in the organisation’s plans as one of its core targets.

The initiative ‘Nirmal Jal Prayaas’ looks into mapping ground water as saving underground water is of paramount importance and the task of ensuring the availability of drinking water in rural areas can’t get completed without the support of the citizens.

Ananta Singh Raghuvanshi, President Elect, NAREDCO Mahi observed that every citizen should be conscious of saving water.

Khair Ull Nissa Sheikh, Vice President, NAREDCO Mahi said that MAHI seeks to help solve the global water crisis.

Preeti Singh Mundra, General Secretary, NAREDCO Mahi added that conservation of water resources is necessary to ensure smooth functioning of the ecosystem.

Set up in 2021, NAREDCO Mahi, the women wing of NAREDCO, aims to empower women entrepreneurs, besides encouraging participation of women in the real estate sector.

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