The Government’s Smart City projects across India are transforming the quality of life of millions of Indians. The role of innovation and technology has been immense in fuelling the implementation and success of the mission. With a growing economy, such as ours, sustainable development is the need of the hour and hence even more imperative for smart cities to incorporate sustainable practices. The elements that comprise of smart and sustainable housing are social, environmental and economic sustainability.
According to the Global Risks Report 2017 by World Economic Forum, changing climate is among the top tends that will determine global development, and the failure of climate-change mitigation and adaption water crises will be its key reason.
With the dawn of energy efficient technology, it is possible to move forward binding rapid development keeping the environment in mind. The time has come for stakeholders at all levels to take on a ‘green’ mindset and become sensitive to the wastage natural resources, be it water, electricity, minerals, land etc. Sanitation and water conservation are two of the priorities of India’s sustainable development goals. The Government of India’s Swaach Bharat Abhiyaan too is an initiative towards building a cleaner and environmental friendly society.
Efficient and environmental friendly measures are being undertaken at all stages of development. The developers today must be conscious of the environment and adopt a green, pro- environment, scientific and energy efficient mind-set for each stage of a project. Companies too are offering technologically advanced range of smart solutions, from LED lighting, water saving products such as flow restrictors, air showers, sensor faucets, waste management systems to name a few. A smart home reduces energy consumption and is efficient in utilising resources.
Efficient and environmental friendly measures need to be undertaken at all stages of development. The developers today must be conscious of the environment and adopt a green, pro- environment, scientific and energy efficient mind-set for each stage of a project. Companies today are offering technologically advanced range of smart solutions, from LED lighting, water saving products such as flow restrictors, air showers, sensor faucets etc. waste management systems to name a few. Firms too are taking up the zero-waste approach with 100 per cent recycling of water and other resources in their manufacturing facilities.
Water savings made easy with smart home technology. Jaquar Group’s eco-friendly design ethos conserves water and the incredibly superior water-saving advantage can be experienced with products like faucets, air-showers, sensor taps, efficient flushing systems etc. To add to this, Jaquar’s eco-friendly and pollution-free (zero wastage) manufacturing plants promote a conscious and responsible usage of water. These smart technologies ensure a better and safer user experience and less water wasted – all at once.
A smart toilet and bathroom often referred to as an intelligent bathroom is one that is designed with products offering a combination of unique designs and technology innovations. They are crafted to create an unparalleled bathing experience for its users. Products that not only have luxury, style and elegance but also focus on innovative technologies to reduce water usage.
As citizens of a growing economy, we all need to pledge for sustainable living and give back to nature for it has endowed us with all these years.
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