Nagpur- The question of what to do with this dirty water is in front of all the cities. Nagpur Improvement Trust started the construction of sewage treatment plants at various places in the city. The water that comes out will be used for construction.
At present, the work of eight centers has been completed. The post-process water will be reused for construction work. An agreement was signed between Nagpur Improvement Trust and CREDAI for the reuse of this water.
To save drinking water in the city, the wastewater will be processed and used. Apart from the gardens, the decision to use this water for construction was taken by NASUP chairman and MMRDA commissioner Manoj Kumar Suryavanshi.
He signed an agreement with Credai Metro Nagpur. CREDAI Metro Nagpur President Vijay Dargan, Secretary Gaurav Agarwal, and other members as well as Additional Commissioner of NMRDA Avinash Katade, Superintendent Engineer Leena Upadhyay were present.
Nagpur Improvement Trust completed 8 processing centers with a capacity of 63.8 MLD. Presently 48.5 MLD pure water is available. The processed water based on Neeri’s Phytoride technology is being released into the Ambajari pond on the banks of the Ambajari pond.
The processed water based on Neeri’s Phytoride technology is being released into the Ambajari pond on the banks of the Ambajari pond. Water from the processing center near the Sonegaon pond is being released into the Sonegaon pond. Water is being provided from the center on SBT technology developed by IIT Mumbai for greening the golf courses of the Indian Air Force.
The remaining processing centers at Somalwada, Itbhatti, Hazaripahar, and Dabha are based on SBR technology. The water coming from the sewage treatment plants can be used for non-drinking purposes like construction, irrigation, garden, etc.
Manoj Kumar Suryavanshi said that the problem of water scarcity can be controlled to some extent by saving fresh water and also increasing the groundwater level. There will be plenty of water available for construction and for flushing and gardening by the occupants. will be used.