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Fly Ash to Repair Dying Lakes
Eight students of CMR Institute of Technology here have won gold medal for their project on the use of fly ash to rid dying lakes of pollutants and restore their health. The recent Indian International Innovation Fair, held in the city, recognized their project as an out-of-the box solution.

Their project offers a solution to two issues plaguing Bengaluru -overflowing plastic garbage and polluted lakes: fly ash can be used to treat Bengaluru's polluted lakes and it can be combined with plastic waste to manufacture flexible composite bricks.


 
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