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East Delhi Municipal Corporation stops silt disposal at Geeta Colony site 22.4.2018 DNA: Recent Columns
The East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC) has stopped disposal of silt at a site in Geeta Colony. The silt, removed by various agencies from drains, will now be disposed at a new facility at Singhola village near Singhu border. According to the sources, disposal of silt at the facility in Geeta Colony has been discontinued due to litigation. "All agencies concerned, including the Delhi Development Authority (DDA), Delhi Jal Board (DJB), Irrigation and Flood Department have been notified to send the silt from drains and otherwise to the new facility at Singhola," said a senior EDMC official. The disposal of silt in East Delhi became a problem as its dumping at Ghazipur landfill site was prevented after the collapse of a portion of the dump last year in which two persons were killed. Later, the facility was readied at Geeta Colony but the locals resorted to protest against it. A delegation of Delhi Congress leaders had recently met Lt Governor also to stop the dumping of silt at Geeta Colony. The new ...
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CM Vijay Rupani to kick off 2 more projects in Dholera Special Investment Region 22.4.2018 DNA: Recent Columns
The ambitious Dholera Special Investment Region (SIR) project, which is envisaged to become a global manufacturing and trading hub, is starting to take shape. Five infrastructure related projects are already going on in the SIR, while work on two more projects would be formally commenced from tomorrow. Officials said that work on roads and services, water treatment plant, sewage treatment plant, administrative building, river bunding, and setting up of electricity transmission is already in progress, and is targeted to be completed by September next year. The cost of these projects is around Rs2,500 crore, said Jai Prakash Shivahare, CEO of Dholera SIR Regional Development Authority. On Sunday, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani will perform the ground breaking ceremony of a 20 Million Litre per Day (MLD) Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP) and a 23-km water pipeline between Pipli and Dholera. The cost of the CETP project is Rs160 crore, and that of the pipeline project Rs2 9 crore. “Work on these two ...
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Union Home Minister’s visit gives fillip to several development projects in  Dadra Nagar Haveli 20.4.2018 Govt of india: PIB
Union Home Minister, Shri Rajnath Singh today reiterated the government’s commitment for the development of marginalized communities and inaugurated several development projects in the Union Territory of Dadra Nagar Haveli.
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ADB’s ratification sought for UGD project bidders 20.4.2018 Hindu: Rx
Two companies cleared for executing package-II
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Ramanthali residents air fresh concerns 18.4.2018 Hindu: Fitness
Cite rise in water level in wells in the area, say Indian Naval Academy should keep its word on waste plant
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₹ 762-cr. project to supply treated water from STP 18.4.2018 Hindu: News
It gets approval of the State Cabinet
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Real estate players turn to start-ups to build a better tomorrow 14.4.2018 Top Stories
Players are investing, incubating and collaborating with startups to get their hands on the latest technologies
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VA Tech Wabag shares gain 4% on winning Rs 5,200 million Namami Gange order 12.4.2018 Top Stories
The stock was up 4% to Rs 518 on the BSE after the company said that it won orders worth of Rs 5,200 million under Namami Gange scheme and repeat order from oil & gas sector
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VA Tech Wabag bags ₹520-cr. govt. orders 11.4.2018 Hindu: Policy & Issues
Includes one under ‘Clean Ganga’
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VA Tech WABAG bags orders worth Rs 520 crore 11.4.2018 General News
Water treatment firm VA Tech WABAG Ltd today said it has bagged orders worth Rs 520 crore from different clients. It has been awarded an order for Rs 147 crore by Bihar Urban Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd, under the Namami Gange scheme (National Mission for Clean Ganga NMCG) to design, build and operate 60 MLD Sewage Treatment Plant at Pahari, Patna, the company said in a BSE filing. The project will be jointly financed by World Bank and NMCG, it added. WABAG said it has won a repeat order for Rs 83 crore to design, build and operation of 124 MLD Water Treatment Plant (WTP) at Rajpur-Sonarpur in Kolkata from Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority. It has also secured an order worth Rs 290 crore from HPCL Mittal Energy Ltd (HMEL) to design and build effluent treatment plant at Guru Gobindh Singh Refinery, Bathinda, Punjab. Shares of the company were trading 1.35 per cent down at Rs 503.70 crore.
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Va Tech Wabag secures order worth Rs 147 crore 11.4.2018 General News
Under National Mission for Clean Ganga
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PM to visit Bihar on Tuesday, launch four sewerage projects (Lead, correcting first para) 9.4.2018 All News-IANS Stories
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Bihar's Motihari from where he also will lay the foundation stone for four sewerage projects in Patna, an official release said on Monday.
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PM to visit Bihar on Tuesday, launch four sewerage projects 9.4.2018 General News
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Bihar's Motihari as well as capital Patna where he will lay the foundation stone for four sewerage projects, an official release said on Monday.
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PM to launch sewage projects for Patna, attend Champaran event tomorrow 9.4.2018 General News
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stones of four sewerage projects, worth Rs 1,111.56 crore and aimed at creating a sewage-treatment capacity of 60 million litres daily (MLD) for Patna, at Motihari town of Bihar tomorrow. He is also scheduled to take part in an event to mark the conclusion of the centenary celebrations of the "Champaran Satyagrah" in Bihar. The projects in Patna include the laying of a 376.12-km sewer network in Saidpur and the Pahari sewerage zones, an official statement issued here said. Three more projects are scheduled to be commissioned soon in the Karmalichak, Digha and Kankarbagh sewerage zones of Patna, which will create a 150-MLD capacity sewage treatment plant (STP) and lay 534.54 kms of sewer network. The prime minister had, on October 14 last year, laid the foundation stones of four STPs and sewer network projects, worth Rs 738.04-crore, in Mokama town of Patna district. These projects are expected to create a 140-MLD capacity STP and ...
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Prime Minister to lay foundation stone for four sewerage projects worth rs 1111.56 crore for Patna tomorrow 9.4.2018 Govt of india: PIB
Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone for four sewerage projects worth Rs 1111.56 crore for the city of Patna tomorrow. The ceremony will take place at Motihari town in Bihar.
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Navkar Builders to undertake sewage treatment for Municipal Corporation, Bhopal 6.4.2018 General News
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Drowned in waste 31.3.2018 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition
Faecal pollution, PAH pollution and increased turbidity in the Vembanad waters raise alarm.
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The blame game 31.3.2018 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition

Who should be held responsible for the proliferation of houseboats in the Vembanad waters? The All Kerala Houseboats Owners Association says the blame should lie with the Ports Department.

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Maharashtra Pollution Control Board to watch sewage plants in big societies 31.3.2018 DNA: Urban Tales
Large housing societies will soon have big brother watching their waste. The Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB) will launch real-time monitoring of sewage treatment plants through its Continuous Emissions Monitoring System (CEMS) and use the data to set benchmarks. Officials said this will lead to compliances by housing societies that do not have operational common Sewage Treatment Plants (STPs), and also ensure transparency and accountability. Projects of an over 20,000 sqmt are given environment clearances on the condition that solid waste is processed at premises. MPCB member secretary Dr P Anbalagan said the system would apply to societies with over 2 lakh sqft built-up area. Premises which default or fail to meet standards will be served notices, have their water supply reduced and prosecution will be initiated against their office-bearers. "We are developing an interface software," said Anbalagan. "The STPs test water and generate one result every 15 minutes, which translates into four ...
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Ghazipur residents wake up every day to the stench of toxic fumes 31.3.2018 Hindu: Home
The SC and the NGT have been pulling up the authorities for not checking the height of the landfill site, which has now surpassed permissible limits
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