GMDA Launches 6 New STP Plant Projects To Expand STP & Sewer Lines in Gurugram

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Gurugram STP Plant Project: The rapidly increasing population of Gurugram, Haryana, has increased the need for STP and sewer lines. Regarding this, Gurgaon Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has inaugurated new projects.

The original lines of STP and sewer lines in Gurugram are under GMDA. And new technical methods are also being adopted to control them. GMDA's control center controls these lines. And uses latest flow meters.

GMDA has laid important sewer lines in many areas of Gurugram. And new villages are being connected to the sewer network. All these efforts are being made to meet the new requirements and to control water resources.

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STP and sewer lines are being expanded in Gurugram. A new STPP of 100 MLD will be commissioned soon in Baharampur, which will increase the capacity of the city to 270 MLD. 25 MLd STP is also being built in Manesar. Whose 60% work has been completed.

Dhanwapur already has 218 MLD STP. In which a new facility of 100 MLD is being added. An STP of two MLD in Bajgheda and forty MLD in Manesar is also being built.

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Such projects will set new goals in the water resources sector of Gurugram. These projects will help meet the new requirements and strengthen the sewer network. With this, the city residents will also get the facility of clean water.

All these projects will give new direction and new possibilities to Gurugram. The increasing demands of the population can be met through these schemes. And urban life can be improved.

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Publish Date: December 23, 2023  

Posted By Sunil

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