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- Reviving the heritage of Coimbatore vis-à-vis its traditional water management system
- Rainwater harvesting to harness rainwater and de-silt ponds, canals and waterways in disuse to raise the ground water level
- Preventing environmental degradation by launching a drive against non-bio degradable wastes
- Mass education programmes to provide awareness to the larger community to protect the environment
- Institutionalizing waste water management and thereby improving sanitation facilities in the community
- Initiating projects for a cleaner and greener environment, like Afforestation drive
- To foster inter-community relationship through a wider participation by the community to build up a strong social solidarity
- Lakes in and around Coimbatore namely, Krishnampathy, Narasampathy, Selvampathy, Kumarasamy, Kurichi Kulam and Periyakulam were desilted and deepened. A Checkdam was also built with help of government funding. 
- With the help of the Coimbatore Municipal Corporation, 150 borewells with recharge pits and filter chambers were constructed to harvest the rainwater from roads and the open spaces.
- Water hyacinth was removed from Valankulam tank. Siruthuli will take up processing of 100 MT. of organic market waste daily.
- It also plans to plant and nurture 1000 trees and remove encroachments in Noyyal river.
- Amruthavarshini Award from Rotary club of Coimbatore - 2015 
- Bhoomijal Samwardhan Puraskar - 2008 (Ground water Augmentation Award), by Union Ministry of Water Resources
- "About us - Siruthuli". Siruthuli. Retrieved 14 September 2016.
- "Coimbatore: Drinking water woes a thing of the past". India Today. Coimbatore, India. 20 November 2014. Retrieved 14 September 2016.
- "Once upon a tank". The Hindu. Coimbatore, India. 5 July 2011.
- "Green campaign launched". The Hindu. Coimbatore, India. 13 June 2011.
- "Effective water management immediate solution for water crisis". The Hindu. Tamil Nadu, India. 11 May 2015.
- "Ground Water Augmentation Award for Siruthuli". The Hindu. Tamil Nadu, India. 31 March 2010. Retrieved 14 September 2016.