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DMRC sets up treatment plants at depots for maximum reuse of water 23.3.2015 Hindu: News
In order to ensure the maximum utilisation of water, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has set up state-of-the-art effluent treatment plants (ETP) and sewage treatment plants (STP) at its dep...
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Treatment plants by DMRC 23.3.2015 Deccan Herald - New Delhi
In a bid to recycle and reuse waste water for cleaning trains and other purposes, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has set up state-of-the-art effluent treatment plants and sewage treatment plants at its depots and residential colonies. It will save about 143 kilolitres of water every day. Five depots of the DMRC - Sarita Vihar, Shastri Park, Yamuna Bank, Sultanpur and Khyber Pass with three residential colonies at Shastri Park, Sarita Vihar and Yamuna Bank have been equipped with these plants. "The treated water generated by these plants is currently being used mostly for horticultural and toilet related purposes within the depot and residential premises. The plants at Najafgarh and Dwarka are under renovation," said DMRC. "Plans are afoot to have similar facilities in the depots which are going to come up as part of the third phase of Delhi Metro's expansion," it added. According to the DMRC, about 125 kilolitres per day (KLD) of water is being reused at these depots from the sewage treatment plants ...
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CM to gift slew of projects on April 11 23.3.2015 Noida - City - The Times of India
Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav will inaugurate several multi-crore development projects for the twin cities from Lucknow on April 11.
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60 per cent of sewage remains untreated 23.3.2015 Asian Age: Delhi
2,225 MLD of untreated water seeps into ground or discharged into Yamuna About 2,225 million litres per day (MLD) of untreated water is either seeping into the ground or being discharged into the Yamuna on a daily basis as the city’s sewage treatment plants (STPs) remain partially utilised and treat only 40 per cent of the sewage generated in the national capital. According to an application filed under the Right to Information, the national pollution monitoring body — Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) — has carried out a study on performance evaluation of the sewage treatment plants located in the city. The study has revealed that the city generates 3,800 MLD of waste water per day whereas the present installed treatment capacity is 2,603.7 MLD and the actual utilisation is just 1,575.8 million litres per day. Expressing “shock” that the city like Delhi was not equipped to treat entire sewage generated, RTI applicant and Delhi-based lawyer Subodh Jain said the current infrastructure could only ...
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Delhi Metro sets up wastewater treatment plants at 5 depots 22.3.2015 Oneindia.in: News
New Delhi, Mar 22: Delhi Metro has set up Effluent Treatment Plants and Sewage Treatment Plants at its five depots to reuse waste water for cleaning train coaches and related purposes thus saving about 143 kilolitres of water per day.
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Delhi: 60 per cent of sewage remains untreated 22.3.2015 CNN-IBN: India
Around 2,225 million litres per day (MLD) of untreated water is either seeping into the ground or being discharged into Yamuna every day as only 40 per cent of sewage is treated in 18 treatment plants in Delhi, an RTI reply reveals.
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60% of sewage remains untreated in Delhi 22.3.2015 DNA: Top News
 Around 2,225 million litres per day (MLD) of untreated water is either seeping into the ground or being discharged into Yamuna every day as only 40% of sewage is treated in 18 treatment plants in Delhi, an RTI reply reveals. According to an RTI, Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) carried out monitoring for performance Evaluation of Sewage Treatment Plant located in Delhi. As per the study conducted by CPCB, city generates 3,800 MLD of waste water per day whereas the present installed treatment capacity is 2,603.7 MLD and the actual utilisation is only 1,575.8 MLD. "It is so shocking that the city is not equipped to treat entire sewage generated by the city. The current infrastructure can only process 69% of sewage. But due to negligence of government only 40% of waste water is getting treated. Government is spending crores on setting up STPs but they massively underutilised," said Subodh Jain, RTI applicant and Delhi-based lawyer. The RTI reply revealed that sewage treatment plants (STPs) are ...
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A colony that takes care of itself 21.3.2015 Hindu: Home
Welcome to Jal Vayu Vihar, an air force and naval officers’ quarters in Madambakkam, which disposes of its garbage responsibly and puts its sewage to good use.
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Who dare take over our land? 21.3.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Who dare take over our land?
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France’s Suez bidding for water treatment projects 20.3.2015 HBL: Companies
Plans desalination projects in Chennai & sewage treatment plants in Mumbai
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Probe ordered into irregularities in upgradation of sewage treatment plant in Chandigarh 20.3.2015 TOI: Cities
Smelling a rat in carrying out of upgradation work of the sewage treatment plant at Diggian in Mohali, municipal commissioner Vivek Partap Singh has marked a vigilance ...
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SBH New Head Office Soon at Hitec City 20.3.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Indore administration to mortgage 25% houses in new colonies for sewage plant 19.3.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Indore administration to mortgage 25% houses in new colonies for sewage plant
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Ranipet sludge tragedy case: Firm pays 75 lakh relief 19.3.2015 Chennai News, Tamil News, Chennai City News, Tamil Nadu News | TOI City News
Ranipet SIDCO Finished Leather Effluent Treatment Company has deposited 75 lakh compensation with the state government, the southern bench of the National Green Tribunal was informed on ...
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Corporators urge Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation to reduce its expenditure 19.3.2015 Pune News, Pune City News | Cities News - Times of India
Corporators from all parties expressed their concern about the possibility of the abolition of the local body tax (LBT) at the general body meeting on Wednesday. They asked the Pimpri Chinchwad municipal commissioner Rajiv Jadhav to initiate measures to boost income and reduce ...
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CZA team to review facilities at Siddhartha Garden and Zoo 18.3.2015 TOI: All Headlines
CZA team to review facilities at Siddhartha Garden and Zoo
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Focus on water, sewage treatment, and transport in short term: CRISIL 18.3.2015 Nagpur News, Nagpur City News | Cities News - Times of India
The Orange City — one of the cities selected to be developed as a smart city — has many shortcomings. Sample this: City is supplied 640 million litres per day (MLD) water supply but generates only 345 MLD of sewage. Only 40% of the city has underground sewage network while in the remaining areas it flows through open drains. City has only one sewage treatment plant with a capacity of 100 MLD while the rest is disposed of ...
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Vanishing lakes of Hyderabad 17.3.2015 FrontLine: Environment
Rapid and unplanned urbanisation has shrunk and polluted Hyderabad’s waterbodies, main among them the Hussain Sagar Lake. By KUNAL SHANKAR in Hyderabad
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Vijayawada Draws Rs 250 Crore Plan to Turn it Into 'Solar City' 17.3.2015 newindianexpress.com
Civic body to install roof-top solar panels at its main office, council hall and other corporation buildings
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Rs 250-cr Plan for Solar Power to City 17.3.2015 newindianexpress.com
Civic body to install roof-top solar panels at its main office, council hall and other corporation buildings
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