Raipur Development Authority has placed the Rs 64 crore order on BHEL for the STPs
GN Bureau | November 28, 2017
Maharatna enterprise, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited has won an order to build six decentralised sewage treatment plants (STPs) at Raipur in Chhattisgarh.
Raipur Development Authority has placed the Rs 64 crore-order on BHEL for the STPs, having a cumulative capacity of 25.4 MLD (million litres per day). The project is based on sequential batch reactor (SBR) technology.
BHEL’s scope of work in the contract broadly includes construction, testing and commissioning of six numbers STPs with raw sewage pumping station, treated sewage effluent pumping system, bio filter, HT substations, transformers and control room building.
BHEL has been in the water treatment business in the power as well as industrial segments and has set up several water treatment plants, sea water reverse osmosis (SWRO) based desalination plants, RO-DM plants, tertiary treatment plants and STPs as part of utility projects executed on EPC basis.
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