NDMC Bags + Certificate for Zero Un treated Water | Delhi News – Indian Times

NEW DELHI – The New Delhi City Council claims to be the first civilian in the city to receive a Water + Certificate from the Union Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs. To this end, NDMC has received a number of initiatives to treat sewage, clean sewage, mechanized equipment, and install sewage treatment plants from community / public toilets and residential or commercial areas.
The Water + Certificate is issued by the Ministry under the auspices of the Swachh Brat Din. The NDMC says that unfiltered water is 100% used for fruits and vegetables and for non-drinking purposes. The certificate states that all sewage generated by households and businesses will be treated satisfactorily before it is discharged.
An NDMC official said: “We have worked on a number of factors to meet the certification requirements. These measures are to be re-used if the central government is focused on water conservation and sustainable development goals on clean water and sanitation.
The Delhi Jal Board currently provides 120 million liters of drinking water per day to the NDMC. Eighty-five percent of these will be used for purposes such as washing, toileting, kitchen use, etc. To treat this water decentralized, 10 sewers are currently installed and are fully operational in the area. Parks. These STPs treat the water collected from residential colonies and settlements and reuse it for horticultural purposes. The capacity of these plants is about 100 to 500,000 pounds[100-500 kg]per plant, according to the NDMC official.
In addition, at least 12 large hotels in the NDMC area have contributed to community mobilization by planting small plants on their premises to treat sewage.
The official said, “The remaining and maximum sewage will go to the STP in Okla. NDMC plays a role in the treatment of wastewater. After the treatment, the untreated / sewage unit was treated with CIPD. A reservoir will be provided to Hasanpur, a nearby Yashwant area. From there, it travels to parks, gardens, greenhouses, complexes and fields in Luthein Delhi, including CPWD.
Mechanical cleaning, suction, and machinery of sewers are routinely used. “To verify these facts, the Ministry of Urban Affairs has conducted a physical examination of the area and we have performed well in all measurements,” the official said.


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