In a bid to ensure regular supply of water to thermal power plants and conserve potable water, two thermal power stations in the State have been identified that will be getting treated water from the sewage treatment plant.
Ministry of Urban Development secretary Rajiv Gauba has written to the state government urging chief secretary Girija Vaidyanathan to direct mission directors of Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT), Chennai Corporation and other areas to ensure signing of Memorandum of Understanding with the power plants.
The two thermal power plants (TPPs) are National Thermal Power Corporation Tamil Nadu Energy Company Limited (NTECL) in Vallur and Ind Bharat Power Gen in Tuticorin. Read More…
Credit By: New Indian Express
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