The Dholera Industrial City Development (DICDL) is currently setting up a 50 MLD Water Treatment Plant in Dholera. The Dholera Smart City lies within the Ahmedabad District. Simultaneously, this plant, led by DICDL, will play a significant role in developing Greenfield City.
Additionally, it will contribute to the transformation of Gujarat into a new state. Therefore, the establishment of this water treatment plant marks a crucial step in the region’s development. As a result, the project is expected to significantly impact the overall growth and sustainability of the area.
Furthermore, this initiative is expected to contribute to the thriving of Greenfield City, fostering economic and infrastructural advancements. Moreover, the DICDL is dedicated to this project. This commitment aligns with the broader goal of creating a more sustainable and progressive Gujarat.
In conclusion, establishing the 50 MLD Water Treatment Plant is a noteworthy endeavor. This effort will benefit not only the immediate locality but also have a ripple effect on the entire state.
About the Project
Simultaneously, in Town Planning 1, the project aims to establish a clean water reservoir and a water treatment plant. It installs a master balancing reservoir and a potable water transmission main at TP2E in DSIR, Dholera, within Ahmedabad. This improves water infrastructure in the region.
Additionally, the initiative aims to improve water infrastructure in the region. Therefore, it contributes to the overall improvement of water management and distribution. As a result, the implementation of these components is crucial for ensuring a sustainable and reliable water supply.
Furthermore, the project aligns with the broader goal of promoting water conservation and efficient utilization. Consequently, the community in DSIR will benefit from improved access to clean and potable water. Moreover, this endeavor reflects the commitment to creating a more resilient and eco-friendly urban environment.
Advantages of the Project to Dholera
The water treatment plant in the city will simultaneously utilize modern technology to meet various needs. Additionally, it will provide essential drinkable water for industrial, residential, commercial, and other developments in the Activation Area. The treatment process will eliminate impurities and unwanted materials. Therefore, the water will be suitable for drinking, irrigation, industrial supply, river flow maintenance, and more.
The Dholera Smart City Water Treatment Plant is actively implementing improved technologies. These technologies are for preparing water for final use. Furthermore, a 40 MLD Desalination Plant will produce water suitable for consumption. The total cost is 499.16 crore, including construction costs of 276.75 crore. Moreover, the quality of drinking water from desalination plants undergoes rigorous monitoring and testing. This is similar to the process for water from filtration facilities. Consequently, the commitment to quality ensures that the water meets stringent standards for safe consumption.
Piping Treated Wastewater to Two Industrial Clusters
The Gujarat government is actively working to reduce the use of fresh water for industries. Additionally, it is implementing two major projects to transport treated wastewater from Ahmedabad city. Simultaneously, the initiative will carry this wastewater to the Mandal-Becharaji Special Investment Region (MBSIR) and the Dholera Special Investment Region (DSIR).
A bulk water pipeline connects the regions, located within a maximum distance of 90 km. Consequently, these initiatives aim to address industrial water needs more sustainably. They ensure the efficient use of water resources in the specified regions.
The Gujarat government aims to decrease reliance on the Narmada Yojana for water. This is part of its policy to reuse treated wastewater. Simultaneously, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani held a high-level meeting on Monday. Furthermore, he reviewed the availability of Narmada water in eight municipal corporations: Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Rajkot, Jamnagar, Bhavnagar, Junagadh, and Gandhinagar. Consequently, the government is actively assessing water availability in these key areas to ensure sustainable water management.
Water Treatment Plant in Dholera SIR
M/s SPML, the chosen bidder, received the EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) contract for the Water Treatment Plant (WTP). Design work is now underway. Additionally, in late 2016, SPML Infra secured a work order. This order includes the construction of a master balancing reservoir, pumping stations, a clear water reservoir, and a water treatment facility. The construction cost of the facility is Rs 94.85 crore. The contract covers this cost, which also includes operation and maintenance.
Simultaneously, planners are preparing a Water Treatment Plant (WTP) in the Dholera SIR Area to receive and treat raw water. This WTP is crucial for providing potable water, a basic necessity for the Phase-I development of the DSIR. Moreover, it is also essential for industrial, residential, commercial, and other developments in the Activation area. Therefore, the successful implementation of the WTP aligns with the broader goals of sustainable development in the region.
Establishing sewage collection and treatment systems is essential for the development of the Dholera SIR Activation area. Additionally, we are introducing a recycled water distribution system that will use treated water from the Sewage Treatment Plant (STP). This system is designed to reduce the demand for drinking water.
Simultaneously, the Sewage Treatment Plant in the Activation Area will provide treated Recycled Water for various uses in residential, commercial, and other areas. This step aims to lower the overall demand for makeup water in the Activation Area. It sets a standard for future development in the DSIR. Consequently, having an STP is crucial in the Activation Area of the Dholera SIR for receiving and treating domestic sewage.
Dholera SIR Sewage Treatment Plant
The “sewage treatment plant” actively removes pollutants from domestic wastewater. It includes both household and some industrial wastewater. Applying physical, chemical, and biological techniques eliminates impurities. They produce treated wastewater safe for release into the environment. Consequently, sewage sludge, a semi-solid waste byproduct, undergoes additional treatment before proper disposal or land application.
Additionally, another term frequently used for sewage treatment is “wastewater treatment,” which includes industrial wastewater. In many cities, the sewer system conveys a portion of industrial wastewater to the sewage treatment plant. Moreover, manufacturers often pre-treat this industrial wastewater to reduce the pollutant load.
If the sewer system is a combined sewer, it transports stormwater or urban runoff to the sewage treatment plant. This helps in managing water flow and treatment. Simultaneously, gravity and pumps facilitate the flow of sewage water through pipes to treatment facilities. Furthermore, the initial sewage filtration stage uses a bar screen to filter sediments and large debris. They then collect and dispose of these in landfills. Similarly, they remove oil and fat before the primary sewage treatment.
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