Plant blocked, wastewater flows into the Ishan River without treatment

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Mainpuri. The sewage treatment plant (STP) installed in the Jal Nigam office building on Power House Road in the city has been closed. Work has come to a standstill due to equipment failures and staff shortages. For this reason, the untreated wastewater coming from the houses is discharged directly into the Ishan River.
A sewage treatment plant was built in the Jalnigam office building to purify the wastewater from the houses. For a year the clouds of crisis hovered over his company. The Jal Nigam had been running it since the operating company ran away. The company has neither employees nor resources. In such a situation, society passed responsibility for its operations to the community. The plant was closed last week and wastewater treatment stopped. Around five lakh liters of wastewater were cleaned in the plant every day. This wastewater is now discharged into the Ishan River untreated. Many times the Jal Nigam sent letters to the government to send funds for its operation or to nominate the institution, but no response was received.
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Machines are bad too
Machines are used in the sewage treatment plant to pump wastewater for waste disposal and other work. Currently, most of the motors and devices are broken. This complicates the operation of the system. To do this, these machines have to be repaired.
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was built in 2008
The GfbV was established by the government in 2008. At the same time, the laying of the sewerage system in the city was carried out. After construction, where the facility was handed over to the Jal Nigam, the sewer line was handed over to the community.
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The water company’s plant was operated by the municipality. The operation was stopped due to a machine failure. This information was made available to Water Corporation.
-Lalchand Bharti, EO congregation.
The government has not prescribed an institution for the operation of STPs. The machines are also damaged due to a lack of money. It was run in collaboration with the church, but now there is a problem with it. The government has also been informed of the problem.
Rajkumar Sharma, Senior Engineer, Jal Nigam.

Mainpuri. The sewage treatment plant (STP) installed in the Jal Nigam office building on Power House Road in the city has been closed. Work has come to a standstill due to equipment failures and staff shortages. For this reason, the untreated wastewater coming from the houses is discharged directly into the Ishan River.

A sewage treatment plant was built in the Jalnigam office building to purify the wastewater from the houses. For a year the clouds of crisis hovered over his company. The Jal Nigam had been running it since the operating company ran away. The company has neither employees nor resources. In such a situation, society passed responsibility for its operations to the community. The plant was closed last week and wastewater treatment stopped. Around five lakh liters of wastewater were cleaned in the plant every day. This wastewater is now discharged into the Ishan River untreated. Many times the Jal Nigam sent letters to the government to send funds for its operation or to nominate the institution, but no response was received.

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Machines are bad too

Machines are used in the sewage treatment plant to pump wastewater for waste disposal and other work. Currently, most of the motors and devices are broken. This complicates the operation of the system. To do this, these machines have to be repaired.

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was built in 2008

The GfbV was established by the government in 2008. At the same time, the laying of the sewerage system in the city was carried out. After construction, where the facility was handed over to the Jal Nigam, the sewer line was handed over to the community.

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The water company’s plant was operated by the municipality. The operation was stopped due to a machine failure. This information was made available to Water Corporation.

-Lalchand Bharti, EO congregation.

The government has not prescribed an institution for the operation of STPs. Machines are also damaged due to a lack of money. It was run in collaboration with the church, but now there is a problem with it. The government has also been informed of the problem.

Rajkumar Sharma, Senior Engineer, Jal Nigam.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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