From the Desk of Executive Director


 It is indeed an honour & privilege for me to assume the charge of Executive Director, BMTPC. On this   occasion.....

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  New Initiatives : Emerging Technologies
 
POSTPONED: Indo-Norwegian Training Programme (Non-Residential) on Seismic Design of Multi-storey Buildings: IS 1893 vs. Eurocode 8, March 16-18, 2017 at New Delhi CPWD Inclusion of Emerging Technologies in Delhi Schedule of Rates dated 24 June 2016 Ministry of Urban Development OM regarding Adoption of New & Emerging Technologies by CPWD, DDA and NBCC CPWD OM dated 17/08/2016 regarding Adoption of New and Emerging Technologies in projects on Turnkey basis CPWD OM dated 28/12/2016 regarding Mandatorily Adoption of New and Emerging Technologies in projects Opportunity to Share Your Sustainable Building Materials/Technologies on Knowledge Portal Notice Inviting Tender for Supply, Installation and transportation of Octonorm system at IIT Kharagpur
 

 

The Scenario in India and the Role of BMTPC

 From Lab to Land

Our research institutions have developed a large number of alternate materials and constructions systems, based on utilisation of agro-industrial wastes which otherwise cause severe environmental problems.

 

 

To improve the awareness about these innovative building materials, and to facilitate their transfer from lab to land, the Building Materials & Technology Promotion Council (BMTPC) has been set up by the Government of India as an inter-ministerial apex organisation, under the aegis of the Ministry of Urban Affairs and Employment. The Council co-ordinates with various institutions involved in R&D, finance, industrial promotion and housing to promote innovative technologies, scale up proven technologies, materials and products and facilitate establishment of manufacturing/production units.

 

BMTPC's working strategy:

 

Ø  Promotion of sound design practices based on local materials and cost effective, innovative technologies.

Ø  Promotion of building materials, components, products and systems based on indigenous raw materials, agro-industrial wastes and cost and energy efficient processes.

Ø  Quality improvement and cost reduction through standardisation and adoption of modern information and management systems.

Ø  Technical, financial, and fiscal policy support to enhance production and marketability.

   

 

Pick your construction technologies as per your region

 

 

 

 

Tiles From Granite Slurry

 

 

 

Environment-Friendly, Energy Efficient, Cost-Effective Composite Materials/Products for Low Cost Housing

 

 

 

Flyash: A problem of Pollution and Disposal

 

 

 

Equipment for the manufacture of Flyash Bricks

 

 

 

Phosphogypsum as a Land and Water Pollutant

 

 

Technology for Manufacturing Gypsum Plaster Board

 

 

 

Red Mud-Materials from a dangerous contaminant

 

 

 

Recycling of Plastic Waste for Building Products

 

 

 

Agro Waste Recycling into Building Materials

 

 

 

 
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