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Building Water And Wastewater Infrastructure For A Sustainable Future

Government has sanctioned 402 projects so far, of which 224 are already complete and the rest are in various stages of progress

With millions relying on rivers for drinking, household use, and irrigation, they have long been the lifeblood of civilisation in India, bearing cultural and spiritual significance. However, rapid population growth, poorly planned urbanisation, and industrialization, coupled with a lack of effective wastewater treatment, have left many rivers polluted with effluents and toxic substances. Water availability is plummeting, and projections suggest a significant decline by 2050.

To address these challenges, the Government of India has initiated various river development and rejuvenation projects. The National Mission for Clean Ganga, led by the Ministry of Jal Shakti, focuses on sewage treatment infrastructure to clean the Ganges River. The government has sanctioned 402 projects, with 224 completed and the rest in progress, to bolster wastewater treatment infrastructure.

Toshiba Water Solutions Private  (Toshiba Water), based in Gurugram, India, is actively involved in India’s efforts to establish sustainable water and wastewater infrastructure. With over 450 EPC and O&M projects in 35 countries, Toshiba Water supports India’s “Make in India” and “Export from India” initiatives. Offering comprehensive services from system engineering to construction and O&M, Toshiba Water also provides IoT solutions for remote monitoring.

Equipped with a diverse technology portfolio, including ozone generators and zero liquid discharge systems, Toshiba Water delivers cost-effective solutions with low lifecycle costs. Recently, Bihar Urban Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited awarded Toshiba Water contracts for stormwater drainage pumping stations in Patna. These projects involve the construction of 14 pumping stations equipped with high-discharge stormwater pumps, aiming to mitigate flooding during monsoon seasons.

This significant contract marks Toshiba Water’s commitment under the leadership of Mr. Kobayashi, appointed as Chairperson and Managing Director, to provide reliable water and wastewater treatment systems. With a dedication to Toshiba Group’s commitment to people and the future, Toshiba Water aims to contribute to a better world through sustainable water infrastructure development in India.

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