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The quality monitoring of treated water from all the four STPs built in Greater Noida will be done online on computer through Online Continuous Effluent Monitoring System (OCEMS). The authority has issued its tender. Including this, the authority has floated tenders worth about Rs 29 crore for a total of 12 works.
Four STPs have been made by the Greater Noida Authority. The biggest STP is in Kasna. Its capacity is 137 MLD. Presently, more than 90 MLD of sewer is being treated daily from this STP. About 7 MLD sewer is being treated daily from the STP located at Ecotech II. It has the capacity to treat 15 MLD STP per day. The STP located at Ecotech III has a capacity of 20 MLD. At present about 12 MLD is being treated daily from this STP.
2 MLD sewer is being treated from STP located at Badalpur. Its capacity is also only two MLD. The treated water from these STPs is being used for irrigation, construction etc. Narendra Bhushan, CEO, Greater Noida Authority, intends that online monitoring system should be adopted at all STPs to monitor that there is no degradation in the water quality of these STPs. In view of this, the sewer department of the authority has issued tenders for equipping the four STPs with Online Continuous Effluent Monitoring System.
Under this, equipment will be installed at the place where the treated water will be removed from the STP. They will be connected to the computer system of the authority. Through this, the officials will continue to get the real time quality details of the treated water. This will make it easier to keep an eye on the quality. Just have to go and see on the spot. Later it will be linked to One Map Greater Noida. Where residents of Greater Noida can watch for themselves whenever they want. It is estimated that about Rs 1.49 crore will be spent on equipping the four STPs with OCEMS. The sewer department of the authority has issued its tender. Companies willing to do this work can upload documents from April 19 to April 28. The pre-qualification bids will open on 02nd May.
8 crore will be spent on zone to sewerage system
The Greater Noida Authority has sanctioned about Rs.8 crore for three years maintenance of sewerage system of Knowledge Park One, Two, Three, Gamma One and Two, Alpha One and Two, Tughlapur, Naroli, Rohillapur, Amritpuram and Nawada (all zone two). Tenders have been issued. Along with this, tenders worth Rs 3.87 crore have been issued for the design, construction, commissioning etc. of intermediate pumping station of 10 MLD capacity at 137 MLD STP located at Kasna.
Ecotech One Extension One roads will be improved by 5.60 crores
The Greater Noida Authority has issued tenders worth Rs 5.60 crore to repair the roads of Ecotech One Extension One. The work will be started soon after selecting the contractor. At the same time, works of lawns and maintenance of trees and plants in Badalpur and Dadri bypass, civil work and maintenance of Panchavati Park, Kalagram and Promonade Park in Knowledge Park, Tilpata Rotary to Itahara Rotary, trees on the central side of 130 meter road- Maintenance of plants and lawns, 105 meter road from T point to LG Rotary, Durga Talkies Rotary to Surajpur T point Central Verge, Green Belt, Food Plaza and Aqua Liveways Maintenance of trees for three years, Sector Ecotech 6. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 Demarkation and leveling of IT City Techzone One and Two, repair and interlocking tiles of cremation ground at Dairy Macha, raising of CC road at Bhola Rawal, shed and platform at Devta crematorium Construction, repair of boundary wall, drain and interlocking tiles etc. will be done. Project AK Arora, General Manager, Greater Noida Authority has said that efforts will be made to get these works done at the earliest by selecting the contractors through tender.