NTPC to use treated sewage water for Dadri power plant

NTPC inks a pact with Noida Authority to supply treated sewage water to Dadri plant

GN Bureau | June 29, 2018


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NTPC has decided to use treated sewage water for its Dadri power station. The move is in line with the tariff policy amendment by the ministry of power, which requires mandatory use of treated sewage water from sewage treatment plant (STP) of municipal body for thermal power plant located within 50 kilometre radius of the STP.
 
NTPC’s decision aims at utilisation of waste water to maintain a sustainable ecological balance by reusing treated wastewater at its power stations. NTPC has always made a pro-active approach towards environment, adoption of latest technologies, and continual environment conservation.
The corporation signed a MoU with Noida Authority on June 14 in Noida, for the supply of 80 MLD treated sewage water to NTPC Dadri plant. The project is likely to get completed in the next three years. 
 

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