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7.8cr lt/day sewer waste falling into Ganga reduced

National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG) furthered its effort to reduce pollution in river Ganga before Kumbha with the inauguration of the projects in Prayagraj, including 175 KM of sewerage network. The projects will now carry 7.8 crore litres sewage water per ... Read More »

New toilets for Kumbh Mela

Supporting the sanitation initiative of Government of UP during Kumbh Mela 2019, the National Mission for Clean Ganga has sanctioned a financial assistance of Rs113 crores for the construction of 27,500 toilets & 20,000 urinals. An additional Rs16.68 crore has ... Read More »

National Mission for Clean Ganga

The Empowering Steering Committee of the Ganga Rejuvenation has recommended further 11 projects at an estimated cost of Rs485.68 crore. As of February 2016, 28 Projects have been completed with a capacity of 128.5 MLD. Project Updates CPCB has installed ... Read More »

Rising Confidence in Cleaning

AS RIGHTLY pointed out by Kiran Mazumdar Shaw during her interaction with Clean India Journal, “We have to be in a firefighting mode”; the Government at the helm has set the tone from “should” factor of cleaning to the “must” ... Read More »

‘Clean Ganga’ website launched

Promising to fulfil the ‘Clean Ganga’ mission within three years, the Union Minister of Water Resource, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, Uma Bharti recently launched a new website, to keep the public updated about the ‘clean Ganga’ developments. On ... Read More »

SPV for sewage control

The Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) plans to set up a special purpose vehicle (SPV) for projects to control municipal and industrial sewage generated in the country. The SPV, a joint venture between the Centre and the States, will ... Read More »