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Nagpur 200 MLD By Vishvaraj Infra (VIL

Globally water companies are developing technologies and
management systems to deal with challenges faced with water
scarcity and sewage water treatment. Vishvaraj Infra (VIL) however
understands that the Indian context is different and it needs
solutions which are local, competitive and socially acceptable. We
develop implementation strategies keeping local situation in
viewpoint as water is a very sensitive subject in our country. For us,
advancements, environmental friendliness and people’s involvement
are the key drivers for the company in this sector.

Vishvaraj Infrastructure Ltd saw this as a community requirement
and a industry break. In contrast the demand for fresh water is
growing rapidly, estimated to go from 813 BCM today to 1,447 BCM
by 2050, whereas the resource base remains constrained at 1,122
BCM. The industrial sector, which is one of the major users of fresh
water, mostly puts fresh water to non-potable. Wastewater treated up
to secondary level can easily be utilized for this purpose freeing up
huge amounts of freshwater for domestic consumers. This can easily
be achieved by improving the municipal wastewater collection,
treatment and reuse thus not only recycling wastewater which is
otherwise lost but also save the downstream water bodies from
pollution. This is the win-win proposition of VIL’s model for the all
the stakeholders, a unique example of creating value from waste
whilst contributing positively to environmental sustainability.

Amongst the challenges thrown up by increased urbanization in
India one of the bigger ones is massive increase in wastewater
generation. The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) estimates
that about 80 percent of the water supplied for domestic use is
discharged as wastewater. This pollutes the downstream areas as it
enters untreated into these water bodies. Around 38,250 MLD of
wastewater is generated by class I and class II cities in India, which
is estimated to grow 3.5 times to 132,250 MLD by 2050. The current
wastewater treatment capacity can handle only 30 percent of the total
generation, out of which only 55 percent is operational. This
translates to an investment gap of over USD 7 Billion for class I and
class II cities by 2016-17. Nagpur 200 MLD STP Treatment and
Reuse on PPP basis. Nagpur is 10th largest Indian city with 2.5 Mn
populations; Population is expected to grow to 5 Mn in the next 25
years and 3rd largest and most industrialized city after Mumbai and
Pune in Maharashtra.

The Objective is Providing Sewage Treatment for 200 MLD and
possible reuse by potential Customers in Nagpur. Features include:
Option to sale the treated water with revenue share with Client, 100%
capital investment by Operator and Annuity based payment post
construction period.

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