Summers are almost reached and this year as per IMD (India Meteorological Department) it’s a probability of 37% that north India can experience the maximum temperatures North India means the four major states Punjab, UP, Haryana, Rajasthan & Delhi NCR (National Capital Region) will be more effected.
Large numbers of households in cities around the developing countries don't have access to at least one of the foremost basic of human needs – a secure and reliable supply of drinkable water.
In our last blog (Indian Water Supply Guideline – Part 1 & Indian Water Supply Guideline – Part 2) of this series we discussed about the water supply for residential properties and as well as buildings other than residences which clearly mention the importance of water in our day to day life and a useful guideline for architects and consultants, who plays a major role in designing a home or a commercial building.
Beltecno’s SS panel tanks are prospering in the Indian industries and it is always a proud moment for the Beltecno family to know that we are moving ahead and trying to replace the conventional methods with the latest advanced Japanese technology in the field of water tanks in India.
Embassy of Japan in Nepal, JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency), JCCN (Japanese Chamber of Commerce in Nepal) and IBN (Investment Board Nepal), visited Beltecno India’s Corporate Office in Gurgaon, Haryana, India.
Nature Series Part 1: Mount Fuji ----David Moore (Intern at Beltecno)
Mr. David Moore (Intern at Beltecno), whom I have introduced in previous blog, shared his observations on Beltecno tanks installed at different locations. His impression on Beltecno tank has been portrayed in three-part series in his own words.
Name: Kazuhiko Takeshita
Place in India: CII (Confederation Of Indian Industry), Delhi & NCR (National Capital Region)
Internship Duration: 3 months