What we do and how we do it? If you still don’t know what exactly we do, well don’t worry here you will understand what we are doing here and how we do it. What we do? Econaur is India’s first online aggregator platform which provides one stop solutions for…Continue Reading How Econaur is contributing to making Sustainable Buildings
According to the United Nations definition, agricultural wastes are waste produced as a result of various agricultural operations. It includes manure, wastes from poultry houses and slaughterhouses; harvest waste; fertilizer run-off from fields; pesticides that enter into water, air or soils; and salt and silt drained from fields.Also, the quantity…Continue Reading Tools To Tackle the Waste -“Solution To Farm Fires”
Construction and infrastructure development are growth engines for all economies, including India’s. It is estimated that India will spend $432bn by 2030 on infrastructure development as its seeks to improve the quality of lives for its citizens and leverage its abundant resources. Further, it is estimated that 70 percent of…Continue Reading Glazed Iso Balls: The Building Material that keeps the Building Roof Cool
Buildings and construction are responsible for 39% of global energy-related carbon emissions. World Green Building Week, taking place from September 23 to 29, this year aims to raise awareness of the carbon emissions from all stages of a building’s lifecycle. ECONAUR is Celebrating the Green Building week and the campaigns…Continue Reading Celebrate Green Building week from 23rd Sept to 29th Sept with Econaur!
Energy Efficiency in Buildings With the current rate of urbanization and the subsequent increase in energy demand, energy efficiency in buildings has a significant role to play in contributing to energy security in developing countries. Energy consumption patterns can be substantially reduced by energy conserving measures, particularly during the phase…Continue Reading Steps taken by Government of India in Promoting Energy Efficient Buildings
A recent question posed by our user — is a brick building more sustainable? While this may seem a simple enough question, the answers are really not as straight forward. It is true, the first thing that occurs in the minds of most people is that brick is natural and…Continue Reading How a Brick is Sustainable & What are the New alternatives available — Econaur
In this week’s Monday Flashback we feature the Flashback Sustainable Story of Bombay House, Bombay House is a historic privately owned building in Fort, Mumbai, India that serves as the head office of the Tata Group. Situated near Flora Fountain, it was completed in 1924 and has been the Tata Group’s headquarters…Continue Reading Monday Flashback #26 — Bombay House, Mumbai — Econaur