New Delhi. The Delhi Government has once again prepared a new action plan regarding the Yamuna River. The Delhi government is planning to augment the capacity of all the existing 13 Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETPs) of DSIIDC. With this, all industrial waste can be treated before it falls into the Yamuna. Along with this, a plan is also being prepared to connect all the rainy drains with CETP. Delhi Water and Industries Minister Satyendar Jain held a meeting with Delhi State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (DSIIDC), Delhi Jal Board (DJB) and National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) on Tuesday regarding this. In the meeting, emphasis has been laid on cleaning them by reducing the amount of industrial waste going into Yamuna through rainy drains.
Another action plan of Kejriwal government regarding Yamuna
The Delhi government is planning to augment the capacity of all the existing 13 Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETPs) of DSIIDC to clean the Yamuna river, so that all industrial waste can be treated before it falls into the Yamuna. Regarding this, the Water Minister has instructed the senior officers of DSIIDC to connect all the rainy drains with CETP.
The water of Yamuna is not getting clean even after all the efforts.
Will clean dirty water now like this
Let us tell you that a lot of dirty water reaches Yamuna through rainy drains. These rain drains contain both industrial and domestic waste. By cleaning all these sources, the government will get a lot of convenience in cleaning the Yamuna.
Work capacity of CETP will be further enhanced
Now the Delhi government is planning to increase the capacity of all its CETPs. These CETPs are under DSIIDC Department. If all these CETPs are used at their maximum capacity, then the polluted water falling into the Yamuna can be reduced to a great extent. For this, there is a need to increase the working capacity of these CETPs.
Delhi governments have so far spent crores of rupees on cleaning the Yamuna, but the condition of Yamuna still remains worse. (file photo)
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Explain that there are 29 industrial clusters in Delhi. These 29 clusters have 13 Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETPs), which can treat 212 MLD of industrial waste at their maximum capacity. At present, these CETPs are treating only about 50-55 MLD of industrial waste. Minister Satyendar Jain said that 3 CETPs are available with DSIIDC to treat the waste from factories, but they are not working at their full capacity. All available resources will be used to the maximum to clean the industrial waste flowing into Yamuna. For this all the departments need to work together and achieve their individual goal within 3 years. Proper and full utilization of these resources will help us to achieve our goal of cleaning Yamuna.
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