Rs 2,154.28 crore worth projects okayed for Ganga clean-up

The National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG) has given nod to 26 projects worth Rs 2,154.28 crore under the Centre’s ‘Namami Gange’ programme.

The NMCG will set up sewage treatment plants (STPs) and develop sewage network in four Ganga basin states- Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Jharkhand and Delhi.

It will create sewage treatment capacity of 188 million litres daily (MLD), setting up 13 new STPs in the states, said a PTI report.

The NMCG will rehabilitate three existing STPs of 596 MLD-capacity in Delhi, Haridwar (Uttarakhand) and Vrindavan (Uttar Pradesh). Five STPs of 30 MLD-capacity will be upgraded in Uttarakhand, it said.

This apart, it has been decided to create sewage network of 145.05 kms in length through five projects in Delhi, Haridwar and Bihar’s Patna.

Image Credit : pmindia.gov.in

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