Delhi Will Soon Get Its 7th Biodiversity Park Spread Across A Whopping 115 Hectares
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We just came across some news about a cool new development that’ll hopefully spread some greenery in apni Dilli - read on for the deets!
Gear Up For Loads Of Greenery Soon! | Delhi will soon get its 7th biodiversity park near the DND Flyway, people! Plans for the South Biodiversity Park have recently been approved and the work for the same will soon begin over the Yamuna floodplains and is expected to be completed over the next 5 years in various phases. Did you know that this park will be developed over an area of 115 hectares on the Western bank of the river? Yep.
Plus, it’ll feature a wetland system that will purify the water entering the plain which will, in turn, nourish the nearby plants. It’ll also treat waste from 9 drains and this is the first time that a wetland will be constructed on a river and if successful, will be implemented on other rivers as well.
We can’t wait to see this new biodiversity park!
Sourced Via The Times Of India