PRESS RELEASE:009  DATED 07.07.2011

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WATER SUPPLY & UNDER GROUND SEWERAGE SCHEMES IN MADURAVOYAL MUNICIPALITY & PORUR TOWN PANCHAYAT AT A COST OF RS.114.38 CRORES DR. K. GOPAL, I.A.S., MANAGING DIRECTOR, CHENNAI METROWATER ORDERS TO SPEED UP AND COMPLETED THE WORKS.

Dr. K.Gopal, I.A.S., Managing Director, Chennai Metrowater has ordered to complete the Water Supply Scheme and Under Ground Sewerage Scheme in Maduravoyal Municipality and Porur Town Panchayat which are being carried out at a cost of Rs.114.38 crores. After inspecting the Water Supply and UGS Schemes at Maduravoyal and Porur, Managing Director has informed as follows :

CMWSS Board is carrying out Water Supply Scheme and Under Ground Sewerage Scheme at a total cost of Rs.66.11 crores in Maduravoyal Municipality. The Water Supply Scheme contemplates construction of 4 nos. of Over Head Tanks and distribution main line for a length of of 93.74 km. Besides, the Sewerage scheme which is being taken up in two Packages contemplates construction of 6 nos. of Sewage Pumping Stations and collection system for a length of 98.71 km. By this Scheme, 86000 population in Maduravoyal Municipality will be benefited.

The Board is also executing Water Supply Scheme and Under Ground Sewerage Scheme at a total cost of Rs.48.27 crores in Porur Town Panchayats. The Water Supply Scheme contemplates construction of 4 nos. of Over Head Tank, 2 Under Ground Tanks and 53.90 km of distribution lines. The works on Water Supply Scheme is nearing completion and the Managing Director instructed to complete all the works within 10 days and hand over to Porur Town Panchayat to put into use for the public. The Scheme will benefit 64300 population.

The Under Ground Sewerage Scheme in Porur Town Panchayat contemplates construction of 4 Sewage Pumping Stations and 60.40 km of collection system. Besides, M.D ordered the officials to identify two alternate Sewage Pumping Station sites since the already identified sites are under legal dispute.

During his inspection, he has found that since the Under Ground Sewerage Scheme executed is far behind the schedule, Managing Director instructed the officials concerned to impose a huge penalty on each Contractor and also to observe their performance in future, so as to maintain the time line.

The Managing Director also instructed the officials to coordinate with the respective local bodies and NHAI authorities and resolve issues pertaining with them.

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