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Majura parkway contractor i울산안마n administration, a position of responsibility in the parks department. „The number of problems we have with these structures is so huge that we have no choice but to change them 포커 의 신and use more energy efficient models.“
The government has already reduced use of tree stumps by 30 percent over the past decade, or by an additional 40 percent if they are the result of structural damage. A study conducted in 2012 found that for each meter of improved growth, the trees have produced less greenhouse gas emissions than if they were not planted and grown.
The government also believes that replacing stumps will be easier as the buildings are made of more durable material.
In addition, there are now plans to install a canopy and cover the top with trees, which will allow for greater light and air circulation, said H.K. Sreejesh, a consultant who is also a member of the government advisory panel on waste management.
An official with the National Green Tribunal, which determines how long trees are removed from the landscape, noted that the government has also been working on installing solar panels in the park as an alternative to stumps.
„Solar power gives us greater sustainability. Our green energy is 100 percent efficient, not polluting코인 카지노. It has not affected the greening of the parks,“ Sreejesh said.
The new tree-based stumps will cost as much as $1 million each — about a third of the current cost. It is understood that the new building materials are much more durable than tree stumps, which produce stumps that are often broken during the winter.
In 2014, the park’s chief executive said that he is not concerned that the stumps, which now look like a „giant Christmas tree with a hat on the top,“ will eventually fall on people’s lawns.
„The stumps aren’t going anywhere,“ Ranga K. Nair, president of Park Trust of India, said in an interview. „The government has already taken the initiative and removed them. It’s up to the companies. If they do not respond to this, there will be no more stumps.“
This story, first published on January 12, 2016, has been updated to remove a reference to the Indian Development Finance Corporation, the state-run financial institution that is responsible for allocating green credits, and to clarify the report from the panel on waste management.< zurück