PRAYAGRAJ: A brand new sewage therapy plant will quickly be inbuilt Naini. Approval has been given by the Namami Gange Misson to assemble a plant of 5 crore liters (50 million liters each day) capability inside the prevailing outdated STP premises, in accordance to officers.
This might be the third plant to be inbuilt Naini earlier than the Mahakumbh-2025, they added.
The wastewater of town would even be handled on this new plant that may cost ₹60 crore, they defined.
The town’s first plant of 8 crore litr capability was inbuilt Naini itself. Final 12 months, an STP of 4.20 crore litre capability was additionally began right here.
Undertaking supervisor of Jal Nigam, Prayagraj, Surendra Singh Parmar mentioned that the development of the third plant would cost round ₹60 crore.
The plant’s operations would focus solely on treating wastewater from town. A proper proposal for the STP was submitted and following the approval from Namami Gange, a detailed venture report (DPR) would now be ready for it, he added.
As per the officers, round 407 million litre per day (MLD) sewage is generated in Prayagraj metropolis each day. To deal with this sewage, the federal government has already set up 9 sewage therapy vegetation within the metropolis with a complete capability of 340 MLD.
Concurrently, a novel initiative can be taking form, aimed at utilising handled water from the sewage therapy vegetation for cleansing works at railway stations. Plans are afoot to make use of handled water for laundry functions at the Prayagraj Junction and Subedarganj railway stations.
Preparations are being made to transport handled water from the Rajapur and Numayadahi sewage therapy vegetation to railway stations. This progressive endeavour has been endorsed by the Nationwide Mission for Clear Ganga. Jal Nigam is presently within the course of of devising a DPR outlining the water transportation route. An engineer related to Jal Nigam shared that a each day provide of 20 lakh liere can be despatched from two sewage therapy vegetation to these railway stations.