New Delhi [India], August 26 (ANI): A tripartite settlement was signed between National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG), Uttar Pradesh Jal Nigam and M/s Vishvaraj Environment for growth of sewage remedy vegetation for Agra below hybrid annuity mode or (HAM).
This mission goals to deal with the prevailing sewerage issues in Agra metropolis which pollute river Yamuna. After implementation of the mission, it’s anticipated there might be no discharge of untreated sewage from Agra metropolis into the river Yamuna, thereby serving to in lowering the air pollution load within the river.
The contract, signed on Thursday on the National Mission for Clean Ganga’s workplace, has been awarded at a complete value of Rs 582.84 crore.
The NMCG has permitted the mission for development of sewage remedy vegetation of whole capability of 177.6 MLD, amongst different works comparable to growing interception and diversion constructions, sewage pumping stations together with operation and upkeep for 15 years.
“This project will be another milestone in achieving the objective of preventing any untreated waste water entering River Yamuna, which is one of the major tributaries of River Ganga,” stated G. Asok Kumar, Director General, NMCG.
Arun Lakhani, CMD, VEPL stated: “VEPL has always engaged in projects related to sustainability and environment. The social and health impact of sewage treatment project is well known to all of us.”This, Lakhani stated, is a significant mission for them and can make a contribution to the ‘Clean Ganga Mission’ and it’s meant to finish the mission effectively inside time. (ANI)