Modern FRP toilets to improve sanitation conditions in Hyderabad

P.V Sivakumar Hyderabad | Updated on October 04, 2014

A fibre reinforced public urinal cum wash installed at Masab Tank -Pensionoffice bus stop in Hyderabad on Saturday, ahead of the 11th Metropolis World Congress. Photo: P.V Sivakumar

Public toilets in Hyderabad are set to get modern. Fibre reinforced plastic toilets are being put up in important locations in the city, as it gets spruced up to host the 11th Metropolis World Congress 2014 from October 7-10.

The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) official said that the FRP urinals and wash would be operational soon and it will be a permanent feature towards better sanitary conditions.

With the theme 'Cities for All' and over 900 delegates from about 60 countries expected to participate, the Metropolis will see global policy planners focussing on urban renewal, sanitation, urban waste etc.

Jean-Paul Huchon, President of Metropolis and President of Ile-de-France Region, will head the Congress, which will be attended by President Pranab Mukherjee, former President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and Telangana State Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao

Published on October 04, 2014

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