In order to construct additional sewage treatment plants (STPs) in various parts of the city, the Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (HMWS & SB) has speeded up its efforts to get the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) clearance.
Delivering a high-quality job in the least possible time and at the lowest possible cost” – Aspun Battiwalla, Vice President - Projects, Ramky Infrastructure Ltd, sums up every civil engineer’s challenge succinctly.
The Tamil Nadu government is in the process of setting up three more sewage treatment plants (STPs) in Chennai. The plants would be set up in Villivakkam, with a capacity to process 135 million litre per day (mn ld) of sewerage, Sholinganallur (100 mn ld) and Navalur (6 mn ld)
The cliché,, 'Water, water, everywhere, not a drop to drink', is more often than not true in today's world. The silver lining, though, is that water, once treated, can be reused for industrial and domestic purposes.
The Wine Capital of India, Nashik has a distinct character owing to its mythological, historical, social and cultural importance. The city has now developed into a metropolis as well as a flourishing industrial and educational centre
Delhi has been assured with 24 x 7 water and electricity supply as well as Wi-Fi facility. The SPV is expected to be set up by May, which will include representatives from the city´s government, ministries of Home Affairs and Urban Development, and New Delhi Municipal Corporation´s (NDMC) own officials on board for the project.
Contract value: Rs.1,849 crore Particulars: Barrage construction L&T Construction´s Heavy Civil Infrastructure Business along PES Engineers, has bagged an order from the Irrigation and Command Area Development Department, Government of Telangana