24x7 supply is achieved when water is delivered continuously to every consumer of the city service 24 hours a day, every day of the year, through a transmission and distribution system that is continuously full and under positive pressure.
Smart Grid that includes a variety of operational and energy measures including smart meters, smart appliances, renewable energy resources, and energy efficient resources. By the use of ICT enabled switchgears, smart monitoring and controlling, the fault can be quickly identified and power supply is restored with self healing configurations and schemes.
- The sewerage system comprises of the following components:
- Trunk sewers collecting sewage from several areas and conveying it to the STP;
- Sewage pumping stations to transport sewage to trunk mains or treatment plants;
- Recycle water distribution system to transport treated effluent to the users of recycled water
- Outfall drains to transport surplus treated effluent to the final disposal point.
Solid Waste Management
The proposed SWM system in its entirety is in accordance with the Municipal Solid Waste Rules, 2016. Central to this plan is the concept of segregation thus, maximizing the resource potential of waste generated and integration of 4R’s (reduce, recycle, reuse and recover materials) at all stages of the waste management system.