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Ganga water soon for Greater Noida residents, 50 villages to get STPs

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Ganga water soon for Greater Noida residents

Residents in Uttar Pradesh’s Greater Noida will soon get Ganga water at their properties because the native improvement authority has expedited work on the ingesting water mission, officers mentioned. Also, 50 villages in Greater Noida can be soon linked with sewage therapy vegetation (STPs) for higher waste administration, they mentioned.

The Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) had in its 119 Board Meeting taken a choice on these issues, the officers mentioned.

“The planning department has been directed to complete the civil work on the 85 cusec Ganga water project by this September,” a GNIDA official mentioned, including the authority is hoping to guarantee provide of Ganga water to the residents on the earliest.

The board assembly was held on Saturday and chaired by Alok Tandon, commissioner of infrastructure and industrial improvement. GNIDA CEO Narendra Bhooshon, Noida Authority CEO Ritu Maheshwari, amongst others, have been current within the assembly.

“The planning department was also directed to complete the plan for connecting 50 villages with STPs within two months and ensure quick execution of the project,” the official mentioned.

In the absence of recent river water, the residents of town depend upon groundwater which has a excessive amount of salt in it. The Ganga water mission was envisioned virtually 10 years in the past at an estimated value of round Rs 290 crore, in accordance to the official.

The GNIDA additionally determined to prolong until September 30 the date for getting constructing maps accepted for plots for IT initiatives in the course of the assembly.

In one other key choice, the board granted “industry status” to warehouses and logistics’ companies as per the Uttar Pradesh Warehouses and Logistics Rules, 2018.

The transfer is predicted to encourage establishing of industries and appeal to funding to gasoline progress on this area, in accordance to GNIDA.

It additionally elevated the ground space ratio (FAR) norms from present 1.5 per cent to 2+1 per cent for industrial sector. 

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