The Ramesh Kanth Bus Shelter is specially designed to catch rainwater. The sloped roof channels the rain into the unpaved ground, thus allowing the water to be guided back to groundwater table.
Water conservation is an issue that concerns many and the Ramesh Kanth Bus Shelter is a step toward fresh water preservation. Although, there are a few design flaws as some experts have been quick to point out. Still, I can’t ignore these shelters' cool look and eco-friendly purpose. The Ramesh Kanth Bus Shelter has such a unique design, that I’d be happy to wait for the bus (unless of course, it’s snowing and cold).
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