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Surface water based PWS Scheme for Nadia (Northern Sector)


SALIENT FEATURES

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Name of Scheme

Nadia(Northern Sector)

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Name of District

Nadia

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Name of Block

Kaliganj, Nakashipara, Krishnagar-II & Nabadwip (Part).

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Source of water

Surface Water of River Bhagirathi.

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Location

The command area is in the Northern part of District Nadia with District Murshidabad in the North and surrounded by River Bhagirathi in the West and River Jalangi in the East & South.

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Justification of the Scheme

The total command area is arsenic affected.

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Number of Mouzas / Villages covered

Kaliganj - 127 Nos. Nakashipara - 107 Nos. & 2 Nos. N.M. Urban. Krishnagar-II & Nabadwip (Part) - 57 Nos. Total = 291 Nos. mouza.

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Census population(2011) covered

Part-I = 334998 , Part-II = 386672 & Part-III = 188968

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year of Commissioning

Already commissioned Part-I= 29.01.2010, Part-II= 9.12.2010, Part-III= 9.04.2010

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Design Year

2028

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Present percapita service lavel

Rural : 49 LPCD (Considering 30% house connection @ 70 LPCD and 70% through Stand Post @ 40 LPCD.

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Treatment plant capacity (if WTP is provided)

Part-I 25.69 MLD (5.65 MGD) Part-II 30.08 (MLD) 6.60 (MGD) Part-II 13.90 MLD (3.06 MGD).

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Period of Treatment and supply

Period of treatment : Part-I 20 hrs., Part-II 20 hrs., Part-III 20 hrs.

Supply hours = 5 hrs.

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Treatment process in brief

Coagulation, flocculation, Sedimentation followed by Filtration and Disinfections.

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Length of Rising Main(both raw and clear water) in km

Part-I= 55191.50, Part-II= 61502.60, Part-III= 15631.50

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 Length of Distribution System pipelines (in KM)

Part-I= 476.522, Part-II= 557.15,Part-III= 200.172

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No of water Reservoirs with capacity

Nil

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No of Over head  Reservoirs with capacity

Part-I : 8 Nos. (1000m3 - 1 No., 700m3 - 4 Nos., 550m3 - 2 Nos., 682m3 - 1 No.)

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Any Special feature of scheme if any

The command area (Part-I, Part-II & Part-III) being declared as Arsenic affected and hence Surface water of river Bhagarathi has been considered as source of raw water.