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Govt. approval for sewage treatment plant at Nandikur

The Hindu, 25 October 2014


The State government has approved the construction of a sewage treatment plant with a capacity of 40 million litres per day at Nandikur on the outskirts of the Gulbarga city.


Official sources told The Hindu here on Friday that the Asian Development Bank (ADB) assisted project was being implemented at a cost of Rs. 47.30 crore under the North Karnataka Urban Sector Investment Programme (NKUSIP).


Gulbarga city with a population of more than 6 lakh, which generates around 90 MLD sewage a day, does not have a full-fledged sewage treatment plant and 27 MLD oxidation plant constructed several years ago is almost defunct. Most of the sewage generated in the city does not reach the oxidation plant and left untreated into the Bhima. Read more....