Krishna gets dirty while waiting for the water treatment plant to be inaugurated

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Krishna gets dirty while waiting for the water treatment plant to be inaugurated
Pubic. A water treatment plant for cleaning the wastewater from the city is waiting to be inaugurated. The construction of the facility was completed a few months ago, but due to the failure to start, the dirty water ends up in the Krishna River.
The Center for Urban and Regional Excellence (Cure) India, a Delhi-based organization, began building a water treatment plant on the Ministry of Irrigation’s land near the village of Lilaun about a year and a half ago, in collaboration with the Shamli community. The construction work on the facility has been completed. The power connection for the operation of the motor pump has also been established, but has not yet been started. Local officials say the plant could not start due to Corona. It will soon be inaugurated and the plant will be put into operation.
Commissioning of the system benefits from this
The purpose of building this facility can be to purify the dirty water that comes from the city and use it in agriculture. Every day about 25,000 MLD of dirty water comes out of the city and falls into the city’s main drain. This drain runs near Khedikaramu and Lilaun and meets the Krishna River near the village of Sulfa. At present, the facility was built only with a capacity of 12 thousand MLD. The biodiversity park set up near the plant is supplied with clean water. With the commissioning of the plant, the water pollution in the river will be reduced.
This way the water becomes clean
Phytoremediation technology was used in the facility. This is known as the reed bed system. This removes sand and gravel etc. to clean the water. Plants that can absorb nutrients are planted. With this technology, the water is not potable, but can be used for irrigation.
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A water treatment plant was built near Lilaun to purify the city’s wastewater, which flows down the drain. It couldn’t start because of Corona. It will be unlocked soon. Surendra Singh, executive officer, ward.

Krishna gets dirty while waiting for the water treatment plant to be inaugurated

Pubic. A water treatment plant for cleaning the wastewater from the city is waiting to be inaugurated. The construction of the facility was completed a few months ago, but due to the failure to start, the dirty water ends up in the Krishna River.

The Center for Urban and Regional Excellence (Cure) India, a Delhi-based organization, began building a water treatment plant on the Ministry of Irrigation’s land near the village of Lilaun about a year and a half ago, in collaboration with the Shamli community. The construction work on the facility has been completed. The power connection for the operation of the motor pump has also been established, but has not yet been started. Local officials say the plant could not start due to Corona. It will soon be inaugurated and the plant will be put into operation.

Commissioning of the system benefits from this

The purpose of building this facility can be to purify the dirty water that comes from the city and use it in agriculture. Every day about 25,000 MLD of dirty water comes out of the city and falls into the city’s main drain. This drain runs near Khedikaramu and Lilaun and meets the Krishna River near the village of Sulfa. At present, the facility was built only with a capacity of 12 thousand MLD. The biodiversity park set up near the plant is supplied with clean water. With the commissioning of the plant, the water pollution in the river will be reduced.

This way the water becomes clean

Phytoremediation technology was used in the facility. This is known as the reed bed system. This removes sand and gravel etc. to clean the water. Plants that can absorb nutrients are planted. With this technology, the water is not potable, but can be used for irrigation.

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A water treatment plant was built near Lilaun to purify the city’s wastewater, which flows down the drain. It couldn’t start because of Corona. It will be unlocked soon. Surendra Singh, executive officer, ward.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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