GURUGRAM: MCG has chalked up a plan to install 90 sewage treatment plants (STPs) in the city, given its ever-decreasing groundwater levels. The water treated at these plants will be used for horticulture and other purposes.
Of the total number, 87 micro STPs will be installed in parks across the city, wherever the corporation has a sewage network. An initial list of possible parks has been drawn up. After a survey is done to assess areas where water levels are critical, along with a sewage network nearby, the final list will be drawn up.
“We have invited expression of interest for the project. Once we receive applications, we will analyse the offers and open tenders for placing bids,” said an MCG official.