The facility is being developed at the Siddharth Vihar plant in Ghaziabad. Where Gangajal will be collected and cleaned.
In the next three months, more than four lakh people can supply Gangajal in Noida. More than 70 percent work of the new network being built for this has been completed. Through the new network, 90 MLD of better quality Gangajal will reach the city on a daily basis. It will benefit more than two dozen sectors, especially those located along the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway. This project is worth 304 crores.
The facility is being developed at the Siddharth Vihar plant in Ghaziabad. Where Gangajal will be collected and cleaned. At present the city receives 240 million liters of Gangajal (MLD) per day. However, as per the estimates of the Water Department, the demand has increased and at present the requirement is around 360 MLD. With additional resources ready, the Authority will be able to reduce the shortfall to an extent.
After the new network, the supply of Gangajal here will increase to 310 MLD. The water will be diverted to areas that have been developed in recent years along the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway. The authority said that the work of making network in Ghaziabad is in the final stage. All the obstacles in the way of laying the pipeline have been removed. The work has been expedited.
Work started in March 2018
In March 2018, the work of supply of Ganga water was started in Sector 112, 116, 117, 120, 121, 122, 128, 130, 131, 143, 144, 151. Difficulty in working near Sector 62 metro station. Simultaneously, the work of Meerut Expressway was also going on at the same time. This necessitated a number of changes and restructurings to the existing network of water pipelines. Now the work has started again. Now it will be completed in due time.
304 crores being spent
The total cost of the project is around Rs 304 crore. Noida Authority will have to spend Rs 228 crore. The remaining amount is being borne by the UP Housing and Development Board.