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Haryana to provide RO plants in colonies for pure drinking water

May 19, 2017 05:29 PM

Chandigarh: Haryana Public Health and Engineering Department has proposed to undertake a pilot project to provide potable water through public stand post by installation of Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants in unauthorised colonies in urban areas so as to meet the demand of potable water in these colonies in the state. 

          While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Department said the Department is spending a sum of Rs 217.87 crore for promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and construction of Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) in Sonipat and Panipat towns under National River Conservation Plan. He said that Rs 88.36 crore was being spent on promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and Rs 129.51 crore for construction of STP in these towns. 
          He said that the Department had laid 6,236 km pipeline, started 1468 tubewell and 365 boosting stations in rural and urban areas since the present government assumed office in October 2014.  Similarly, 40 STPs have been established during the tenure of present government whereas work of 26 STPs is in progress. He said that 171 canal-based and 45 tubewell-based waterworks have been established in rural and urban areas. In addition, drinking water facilities have been improved in 643 villages in the state. 

Haryana to provide RO plants in colonies for pure drinking water

 

 

Chandigarh: Haryana Public Health and Engineering Department has proposed to undertake a pilot project to provide potable water through public stand post by installation of Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants in unauthorised colonies in urban areas so as to meet the demand of potable water in these colonies in the state. 
          While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Department said the Department is spending a sum of Rs 217.87 crore for promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and construction of Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) in Sonipat and Panipat towns under National River Conservation Plan. He said that Rs 88.36 crore was being spent on promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and Rs 129.51 crore for construction of STP in these towns. 
          He said that the Department had laid 6,236 km pipeline, started 1468 tubewell and 365 boosting stations in rural and urban areas since the present government assumed office in October 2014.  Similarly, 40 STPs have been established during the tenure of present government whereas work of 26 STPs is in progress. He said that 171 canal-based and 45 tubewell-based waterworks have been established in rural and urban areas. In addition, drinking water facilities have been improved in 643 villages in the state. 

Haryana to provide RO plants in colonies for pure drinking water

 

 

Chandigarh: Haryana Public Health and Engineering Department has proposed to undertake a pilot project to provide potable water through public stand post by installation of Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants in unauthorised colonies in urban areas so as to meet the demand of potable water in these colonies in the state. 
          While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Department said the Department is spending a sum of Rs 217.87 crore for promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and construction of Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) in Sonipat and Panipat towns under National River Conservation Plan. He said that Rs 88.36 crore was being spent on promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and Rs 129.51 crore for construction of STP in these towns. 
          He said that the Department had laid 6,236 km pipeline, started 1468 tubewell and 365 boosting stations in rural and urban areas since the present government assumed office in October 2014.  Similarly, 40 STPs have been established during the tenure of present government whereas work of 26 STPs is in progress. He said that 171 canal-based and 45 tubewell-based waterworks have been established in rural and urban areas. In addition, drinking water facilities have been improved in 643 villages in the state. 

Haryana to provide RO plants in colonies for pure drinking water

 

 

Chandigarh: Haryana Public Health and Engineering Department has proposed to undertake a pilot project to provide potable water through public stand post by installation of Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants in unauthorised colonies in urban areas so as to meet the demand of potable water in these colonies in the state. 
          While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Department said the Department is spending a sum of Rs 217.87 crore for promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and construction of Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) in Sonipat and Panipat towns under National River Conservation Plan. He said that Rs 88.36 crore was being spent on promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and Rs 129.51 crore for construction of STP in these towns. 
          He said that the Department had laid 6,236 km pipeline, started 1468 tubewell and 365 boosting stations in rural and urban areas since the present government assumed office in October 2014.  Similarly, 40 STPs have been established during the tenure of present government whereas work of 26 STPs is in progress. He said that 171 canal-based and 45 tubewell-based waterworks have been established in rural and urban areas. In addition, drinking water facilities have been improved in 643 villages in the state. 

Haryana to provide RO plants in colonies for pure drinking water

 

 

Chandigarh: Haryana Public Health and Engineering Department has proposed to undertake a pilot project to provide potable water through public stand post by installation of Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants in unauthorised colonies in urban areas so as to meet the demand of potable water in these colonies in the state. 
          While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Department said the Department is spending a sum of Rs 217.87 crore for promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and construction of Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) in Sonipat and Panipat towns under National River Conservation Plan. He said that Rs 88.36 crore was being spent on promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and Rs 129.51 crore for construction of STP in these towns. 
          He said that the Department had laid 6,236 km pipeline, started 1468 tubewell and 365 boosting stations in rural and urban areas since the present government assumed office in October 2014.  Similarly, 40 STPs have been established during the tenure of present government whereas work of 26 STPs is in progress. He said that 171 canal-based and 45 tubewell-based waterworks have been established in rural and urban areas. In addition, drinking water facilities have been improved in 643 villages in the state. 

Haryana to provide RO plants in colonies for pure drinking water

 

 

Chandigarh: Haryana Public Health and Engineering Department has proposed to undertake a pilot project to provide potable water through public stand post by installation of Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants in unauthorised colonies in urban areas so as to meet the demand of potable water in these colonies in the state. 
          While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Department said the Department is spending a sum of Rs 217.87 crore for promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and construction of Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) in Sonipat and Panipat towns under National River Conservation Plan. He said that Rs 88.36 crore was being spent on promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and Rs 129.51 crore for construction of STP in these towns. 
          He said that the Department had laid 6,236 km pipeline, started 1468 tubewell and 365 boosting stations in rural and urban areas since the present government assumed office in October 2014.  Similarly, 40 STPs have been established during the tenure of present government whereas work of 26 STPs is in progress. He said that 171 canal-based and 45 tubewell-based waterworks have been established in rural and urban areas. In addition, drinking water facilities have been improved in 643 villages in the state. 

Haryana to provide RO plants in colonies for pure drinking water

 

 

Chandigarh: Haryana Public Health and Engineering Department has proposed to undertake a pilot project to provide potable water through public stand post by installation of Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants in unauthorised colonies in urban areas so as to meet the demand of potable water in these colonies in the state. 
          While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Department said the Department is spending a sum of Rs 217.87 crore for promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and construction of Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) in Sonipat and Panipat towns under National River Conservation Plan. He said that Rs 88.36 crore was being spent on promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and Rs 129.51 crore for construction of STP in these towns. 
          He said that the Department had laid 6,236 km pipeline, started 1468 tubewell and 365 boosting stations in rural and urban areas since the present government assumed office in October 2014.  Similarly, 40 STPs have been established during the tenure of present government whereas work of 26 STPs is in progress. He said that 171 canal-based and 45 tubewell-based waterworks have been established in rural and urban areas. In addition, drinking water facilities have been improved in 643 villages in the state. 

Haryana to provide RO plants in colonies for pure drinking water

 

 

Chandigarh: Haryana Public Health and Engineering Department has proposed to undertake a pilot project to provide potable water through public stand post by installation of Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants in unauthorised colonies in urban areas so as to meet the demand of potable water in these colonies in the state. 
          While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Department said the Department is spending a sum of Rs 217.87 crore for promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and construction of Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) in Sonipat and Panipat towns under National River Conservation Plan. He said that Rs 88.36 crore was being spent on promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and Rs 129.51 crore for construction of STP in these towns. 
          He said that the Department had laid 6,236 km pipeline, started 1468 tubewell and 365 boosting stations in rural and urban areas since the present government assumed office in October 2014.  Similarly, 40 STPs have been established during the tenure of present government whereas work of 26 STPs is in progress. He said that 171 canal-based and 45 tubewell-based waterworks have been established in rural and urban areas. In addition, drinking water facilities have been improved in 643 villages in the state. 

Haryana to provide RO plants in colonies for pure drinking water

 

 

Chandigarh: Haryana Public Health and Engineering Department has proposed to undertake a pilot project to provide potable water through public stand post by installation of Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants in unauthorised colonies in urban areas so as to meet the demand of potable water in these colonies in the state. 
          While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Department said the Department is spending a sum of Rs 217.87 crore for promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and construction of Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) in Sonipat and Panipat towns under National River Conservation Plan. He said that Rs 88.36 crore was being spent on promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and Rs 129.51 crore for construction of STP in these towns. 
          He said that the Department had laid 6,236 km pipeline, started 1468 tubewell and 365 boosting stations in rural and urban areas since the present government assumed office in October 2014.  Similarly, 40 STPs have been established during the tenure of present government whereas work of 26 STPs is in progress. He said that 171 canal-based and 45 tubewell-based waterworks have been established in rural and urban areas. In addition, drinking water facilities have been improved in 643 villages in the state. 

Haryana to provide RO plants in colonies for pure drinking water

 

 

Chandigarh: Haryana Public Health and Engineering Department has proposed to undertake a pilot project to provide potable water through public stand post by installation of Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants in unauthorised colonies in urban areas so as to meet the demand of potable water in these colonies in the state. 
          While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Department said the Department is spending a sum of Rs 217.87 crore for promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and construction of Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) in Sonipat and Panipat towns under National River Conservation Plan. He said that Rs 88.36 crore was being spent on promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and Rs 129.51 crore for construction of STP in these towns. 
          He said that the Department had laid 6,236 km pipeline, started 1468 tubewell and 365 boosting stations in rural and urban areas since the present government assumed office in October 2014.  Similarly, 40 STPs have been established during the tenure of present government whereas work of 26 STPs is in progress. He said that 171 canal-based and 45 tubewell-based waterworks have been established in rural and urban areas. In addition, drinking water facilities have been improved in 643 villages in the state. 

Haryana to provide RO plants in colonies for pure drinking water

 

 

Chandigarh: Haryana Public Health and Engineering Department has proposed to undertake a pilot project to provide potable water through public stand post by installation of Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants in unauthorised colonies in urban areas so as to meet the demand of potable water in these colonies in the state. 
          While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Department said the Department is spending a sum of Rs 217.87 crore for promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and construction of Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) in Sonipat and Panipat towns under National River Conservation Plan. He said that Rs 88.36 crore was being spent on promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and Rs 129.51 crore for construction of STP in these towns. 
          He said that the Department had laid 6,236 km pipeline, started 1468 tubewell and 365 boosting stations in rural and urban areas since the present government assumed office in October 2014.  Similarly, 40 STPs have been established during the tenure of present government whereas work of 26 STPs is in progress. He said that 171 canal-based and 45 tubewell-based waterworks have been established in rural and urban areas. In addition, drinking water facilities have been improved in 643 villages in the state. 

Haryana to provide RO plants in colonies for pure drinking water

 

 

Chandigarh: Haryana Public Health and Engineering Department has proposed to undertake a pilot project to provide potable water through public stand post by installation of Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants in unauthorised colonies in urban areas so as to meet the demand of potable water in these colonies in the state. 
          While stating this here today, a spokesman of the Department said the Department is spending a sum of Rs 217.87 crore for promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and construction of Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) in Sonipat and Panipat towns under National River Conservation Plan. He said that Rs 88.36 crore was being spent on promotion and improvement of sewerage facilities and Rs 129.51 crore for construction of STP in these towns. 
          He said that the Department had laid 6,236 km pipeline, started 1468 tubewell and 365 boosting stations in rural and urban areas since the present government assumed office in October 2014.  Similarly, 40 STPs have been established during the tenure of present government whereas work of 26 STPs is in progress. He said that 171 canal-based and 45 tubewell-based waterworks have been established in rural and urban areas. In addition, drinking water facilities have been improved in 643 villages in the state. 

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