To protect the Taj Mahal, as well as other nearby historic monuments, the Indian government created a 10,400-square-kilometer area, called the Taj Trapezium Zone (TTZ), to reduce industrial and urban air pollution. To further improve environmental conditions in the TTZ, the U.S. Agency for International Development selected Louis Berger to manage the Clean Technology Initiative. The project included reducing emissions from the glass/bangle, foundry and diesel manufacturing industries operating in the zone.
Louis Berger designed and developed low- and no-cost solutions for environmental improvements in the TTZ. This Multimedia CD aims to disseminate details of those solutions.
Client: E2KM for Louis Berger
Format: interactive CD