By Dr Anantha Krishnan M
AFS Yelahanka (Bengaluru), Feb 15: Among the many first-time initiatives that are being put in place at AFS Yelahanka, ahead of the 10th Aero India, the unique organic waste management plan has already caught the attention of many. While the inspiring breeze of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Make in India campaign have already spread across the ‘Plane Carnival’ venue, his Swachh Bharath Mission (Clean India) too is making its presence felt strongly.
During a walk-the-talk-session organized for the members of Forum of Aerospace and Defence Journalists, Bangalore (FDAJB), on Saturday, M D Singh, Director, Defence Exhibition Organisation, under the Ministry of Defence (MoD), told OneIndia that automatic compositing machines have been installed in and around the venue.
“It is been mandatory that any waste generated out of the food will have to be treated organically using these state-of-the-art machines. If we can control waste and garbage, it will help keeping the birds away. All toilets to be used by the general public have been converted air conditioned now,” adds Singh.
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