Ensure maximum use of treated water, says CM

Review meeting on the reuse of wastewater

Ensure maximum use of treated water, says CM

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, October 12

Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has said that after treating the wastewater, maximum utilisation of the same should be ensured.

The Chief Minister said this while presiding over a review meeting on the reuse of wastewater here on Tuesday. Khattar said an authority should be set up to ensure the maximum use of treated water so that the scheme could be implemented properly. This authority should take forward the scheme in coordination with the departments concerned, local bodies, HSIIDC and other authorities, he directed the officials present there.

The Chief Minister further said treated water should be supplied for use in power plants. “For this, whatever necessary technology or infrastructure is to be prepared, accordingly steps should be taken for that at the earliest.”

Khattar said wherever there were industrial clusters, treated water should be supplied for works. Besides this, there is a need to use treated water at building sites as well, he added.

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