Delhi all set to make India's first e-waste eco park
To promote tourism, the Delhi government has decided to set up India's first e-waste eco park. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia made this announcement on Thursday. He said that Delhi would soon set up "the first e-waste eco-park in the country" to tackle the rising e-waste.
To promote tourism, the Delhi government has decided to set up India's first e-waste eco park. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia made this announcement on Thurs2day. He said that Delhi would soon set up "the first e-waste eco-park in the country" to tackle the rising e-waste.
Speaking at the press conference, Sisodia said, "Two important decisions have been taken in the cabinet meeting. The first decision is related to Electronic Waste Park. E-waste has increased due to the use of electronic devices. Where will it be placed?"
He said the park would be set up on 20 acres of land in Delhi to handle 200,000 tonnes of electronic waste annually.
In addition, the government will introduce the Delhi Film Policy 2022 for the purpose of tourism. The minister further said, "For the best business in Delhi, we will implement the Film Policy 2022 and involve our residents in films. A film fund of Rs 500 crore will be provided to help the filmmakers. This is the largest in India." Is." Be a progressive film. strategy.
Pointing out the objectives behind the film policy, he said that the Delhi government has already approved the Delhi Film Policy 2022 with four main objectives.
1) Employment Generation
2) Involve the people of Delhi in the policy
3) Make Delhi a leading brand in shooting locations
4) To transform the center of the national capital into production of national and international films
The minister also announced a grant of up to Rs 3 crore for films to be made in Delhi.