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Noida to get its ‘largest’ park in July, 10 acres to be wetland


NOIDA: The Biodiversity Park in Sector 91 — touted to be the largest park within the town — can be thrown open to public by July this 12 months, the Noida Authority said on Tuesday.
The park, being evolved on a space of 75 acres off the Noida-Greater Noida throughway, will have an extra 35 acres of inexperienced belt. It goes to be a one-stop destination for a number of plants, timber and water catchment area within the NCR.

“The mission cost is Rs 40 crore and the park can be in a position by July 31,” Rajeev Tyagi, normal manager (tasks), Noida Authority, advised TOI.

According to Tyagi, over eight,000 timber, one lakh shrubs and about four.5 lakh flooring covers are proposed to be planted on the park, which is expected to increase huge quantity of evapo-transpiration (the process through which water is transferred from the land to surroundings) within the area.


“We plan to address the water scarcity issue within the area with the proposed 85% forested inexperienced area, at the side of 100% groundwater recharge from the overall 110 acres of the park land,” he said, including the park is also envisaged to play an important function in imparting nature training, specifically to university and school scholars.


Additionally, a considerable bite of 10-acre area of the park can be designed as a wetland which is able to act like a natural sponge and gets rid of pollution.


“This will help create a rich repository of local adaptive and acclimatised plant life amidst a wetland ecosystem of small animals, insects, birds and butterflies, main to very large quantity of oxygen generation,” said Tyagi.




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