Operation Chennai


Dinesh Gogula heads out to Chennai on June 15, 2019 to head the Ecotech Branch in that great city


Folks! Today we at Ecotech formally launch Operation Chennai.


Operation Chennai will see the beginning of a series of surgical strikes against Defunct, Dysfunctional Sewage Treatment Plants (STPs) in that city. These will literally be precision surgeries on STPs to rectify, revamp, refurbish, resuscitate dead and dying STPs and make them functional again as useful and productive units in any Apartment complex, Commercial complex, Mall, Hospital, or Hotel. We boast a 100% success rate in all surgeries we have undertaken, numbering 50 or more till date.


Madras, as Chennai was earlier known is a city close to my heart. Madras is the city where I spent idyllic school years at the iconic Madras Christian College School. I greatly cherish the close bonds of friendship and camaraderie built in those years which grow even stronger by the day fifty years hence.


Madras is the city where I cut my teeth learning Chemical Engineering at IIT Madras, spending five years in that beautiful and pristine campus – literally a Deer park at that time. It is here also that I honed my skills as a writer, being Editor of Campastimes the monthly campus news magazine. It is here I learnt the art and craft of filling almost half of the rag running into 12 large pages (the size of Times Mirror magazine)  with various articles, anecdotes, and poems under different aliases and pseudonyms for lack of contributions from the rest of the student community.


Our Engineer, Dinesh Gogula heads our branch office in Chennai. Ecotech already has on hand two prestigious projects to rectify and take over Operation and Maintenance of large-sized STPs in South Chennai. Chennai is suffering from an acute shortage of water in these areas and Ecotech will extend its support to the citizens and corporates in that city to treat, recycle, and reuse STP treated water. Our experience and expertise will ensure water security for these citizens by meeting upto 50-60% of their daily water requirement through recycling. In the case of corporates with a requirement for HVAC use (cooling tower makeup water), the recycle percentage goes as high as 90-100%.

I and the entire Ecotech team wish Dinesh all the best in his new role in Chennai to establish Ecotech as the best in the business. Dinesh has an M.Tech (Env. Engg.) degree from the prestigious NITK Surathkal. He worked for a short time as an Asst. Professor of Env. Engg. in a Degree College in Bangalore before joining Ecotech. 


Phoenix Market City mall – Bangalore STP treated water. We use the water in toilet flush for Cooling tower Makeup, for common areas washing etc. Close to 100 % recycle and reuse


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