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WATER & SEWER RESOURCES
Noida Water department is dedicated to ensuring our residents have enough water to meet their needs now and in the future. The city utilizes two sources of water to meet our customers needs:
1. Ganga Jal: Ganga Jal, A symbol of purity is being brought at NOIDA by intercepting from Ganga canal at Masoori dasna, situated in Ghaziabad, 22 KM away from this place. Before reaching to NOIDA, Ganga Jal is being treated at Pratap Vihar, Ghaziabad which is 3.2 KM from this place. Complete treatment process which are required for any surface water are being done at this treatment plant.
2. Ground Water: Ground water is a natural occurrence. Ground water of Noida City is hard in few pockets. Two common minerals in the Noida soil - magnesium and calcium - dissolve in the water to create "hard water" in Noida, hardness ranges from 108 mg/l to 838 mg/l depending on the water sources. Hard water poses no health risk but can be troublesome to consumer. It causes soap deposits, in sinks and spots on dishes and faucets. Calcium deposit can also affect pipes, water heaters and dish washers.

Noida's Efforts for Removal of Hardness:
After many studies of experts of this field, this has been recommended that dilution of better quality of water can improve the hardness level of ground water. Then Noida decided to blend Ground water with Ganga water and then supply to residents. NOIDA has engaged M/s WAPCOS to give their recommendation for the ratio of Ganga water required to be mixed with ground water. M/s WAPCOS (Water & Power Consultancy Services (India) Ltd.) is a Govt. of India undertaking consultancy organization. M/s WAPCOS has submitted their report and as per report there is a short fall of 36 MLD of Ganga water for present demand. Presently Noida is having only 20 Cusec (48 MLD) of Ganga water, whereas we require 84 MLD but 48 MLD quantity of Ganga water is found sufficient by WAPCOS for present developed residential sectors, so it is proposed, to distribute in residential area only. Now after great effort at Government level, Noida got success in allotment of 80 Cusec (192 MLD) additional Ganga water. It will take another 2 year to get this water at Noida. Efforts for execution of this project has been started. Noida has given consent to pay Rs. 65 Crore to Irrigation Department for lining work to restrict seepage loss, so that farmers do not get affected due to this diversion of canal water.

Installed Capacity of Water:
There are 207 tubewells and 6 Renney wells installed for extraction of ground water, which enable Noida for 222 MLD of water considering 85% working efficiency. Beside this ground water, Noida also has 48 MLD of Ganga water. This enable Noida, capable for 270 MLD of water supply under worst condition.
Water Supply Per Capita:
As per CPHEEO (Central Public Health Engineering Environment Organization) norms, 172.50 LPCD is being considered with the provision of 15% on account of wastage. 45 K.L. per Hectare per day is the norm for planning of non-residential area. Water Demand Per Day: (As per WAPCOS Assessment with the presumption of 6.85 Lac population)
Water Demand Per Day: (As per WAPCOS Assessment with the presumption of 6.85 Lac population)

1. Total Domestic Demand
Approx. Domestic water demand -
118 MLD
2. Total Non-Domestic Demand
Approx. Non-Domestic water demand -
(Presumptin of 1400 hect. Developed area)
63 MLD
3. Total Approximate Demand - 181 MLD (for 6.85 people & 1400 Hect. developed non residential area)


DISINFECTION METHOD BEFORE SUPPLY
Supply water is being chlorinated before supply for disinfection.
DRAFT MASTER PLAN - 2021 (WATER SUPPLY)
Noida is probably first city in Uttar Pradesh whose master Plan-2021 for water supply is under preparation. As per Draft Master Plan 2021 total demand by the end of 2021 is projected to 553 MLD, where in 302 MLD Ganga water and 251 MLD ground water would be needed by 2021. Noida has started working accordingly. Total 56 networks are proposed for whole of the Noida.
Ground Water Storage for great grand sons & daughters as a Gift
Noida has come with the idea to make Noida as a first Zero-Discharge city and rising water table city. Noida is planning not to discharge any waste water to river. This will give great environment to this city and also will rise the ground water table by recharging rain water and reclaimed treated water. Recharging of Ground water will improve quality by dilution and quantity by addition.
Indian Standard for quality of water to be supplied
Becteriological Tests Required Desirable Limits (Max)
Colour, Hazen Unit 5
Odour Unobj.
Turbidity, NTU 5(10)
pH value 6.5-8.5
Total hardness, mg/l 300(600)
Iron, mg/l 0.3(1.0)
Chlorides, mg/l 250(1000)
Fluoride, mg/l 1
Dissolved solids, mg/l 500(2000)
Magnesium, mg/l 30(100)
Calcium, mg/l 75(200)
Copper, mg/l 0.05
manganese, mg/l 0.1(0.30)
Sulphate, mg/l 200(400)
Nitrate, mg/l 45
Phenolic compounds, mg/l 0.001
Mercury, mg/l 0.001
Cadmium, mg/l 0.01
Selenium, mg/l 0.01
Arsenic, mg/l 0.01
Cyanide, mg/l 0.05
Lead, mg/l 0.05
Zinc, mg/l 5
Anionic detergent, mg/l 0.2
chromium, mg/l 0.05
Mineral Oil, mg/l 0.01
Alkalinity, mg/l 200(600)
Aluminium, mg/l 0.03
Boron, mg/l 1

SEWERAGE SYSTEM:
All sectors of Noida are well connected with sectorial sewer lines. Sewer comes through gravity from residents house to sewage pumping station, which are provided network wise. Each network has a few sectors. Provision of SPS is made, depending on the depth of gravity lines. Manual of sewerage system is being followed in this regard. These initial Sewege Pumping Station are known as Intermediate Sewage Pumping Station. From these sewage pumping station we pump sewage and again put it to some gravity line or directly through pressure line to Master Sewage Pumping Station. Master Sewage Pumping Station are connected to Sewage Treatment Plants, where we treat sewage in such a way that solid part is being used as a manure, treated water is being proposed for utilization of irrigation purpose and gaseous part is being utilized for generating electricity.
Infrastructure of Sewerage System
1. No. of Intermediate SPS - 15
2. No. of Master SPS - 04
3. No. of Sewage Treatment Plants - 03

Assessment of Generation of Sewage:
As per manual, we take 80% of water consumption as quantity of sewage for domestic area. For non-domestic area, it is taken on presumption of 200 person per hectare @ 45 lit/day, which comes to 9 KL/Hect/Day out of 45 KL/Hect/Day kept for non-residential area, out of 9 KL/Hect/Day domestic use of non-residential area if you take 80%, it comes to 7.2 KL/Hect/Day. Rest 36 KL/Hect/Day water is being used for industrial & other purposes.
So as per these norms present sewage generation comes to 72 MLD with the presumption of 6 lac population, who are connected with sewerage system.
Installed Capacity of Treatment
NOIDA has treatment facility for 70 MLD of sewage, which are as under
1 STP at Sector - 50 34 MLD
2 STP at Sector - 54 27 MLD
3 Oxidation Pond at Sec-54 9 MLD


Master Plan - 2021 (Sewerage System)
Noida is probably first city in Uttar Pradesh whose Master Plan - 2021 for sewerage system is under preparation. As per Draft Master Plan 2021 total sewerage generation would be 255 MLD by the end of 2021 as projected in Master plan Noida has started working on it.
Proposed Sewerage Treatment Plants:
Normally all the sewerage treatment plants are being constructed by the funding of Central Govt. under "Yamuna Action Plan" Scheme. Both STP's of Noida were constructed under Yamuna Action Plan Ph-I, Noida requested to Govt. of India through U.P.Govt. for enhancing their sewerage treatment capacity through Yamuna Action Plant Ph-II but Noida could not get place in the list. Noida is included in Yamuna Action Plan Ph-II just for the purpose of study on preparation of Master Plan for Sewerage and DPR. Noida is quite in advance in this field as we have already got prepared our Draft Master Plant 2021 (Sewerage system) and DPR is under preparation. After not being included for enhancement of STP capacity, Noida decided to go with their own resources. Now, Design, drawing etc. are being prepared by our expert consultant M/s MWH who are pioneer in installing UASB based STP's in India. Site provision of New sewerage treatment plants have already been done in Noida's Master Plan - 2021. Two new STP's are proposed, one in Sector-123 with 102 MLD capacity and other one behind Sector-168 with 125 MLD capacity. In first phase 50 MLD sewerage treatment capacity shall be installed at each of the new proposed STP's .The same is under process.
Procedure to get Water/ Sewer connection:-
There are two kind of water connection:
1. Temporary
2. Permanent

Temporary Connection :- Any allottee who needs temporary water connection shall contact the concerning Jal division and fill up the form of temporary connection & must enclose copy of Allotment letter & possession letter. The rates for temporary water connection are given below in (water tariff) structure. After getting chalan form from Revenue section of Jal division, allottee should deposit the money in the respective bank. As soon as Jal deptt. recorded the copy of chalan from Bank or from allottee the connection order will be issued within two days.
Permanent Connection :- Any allottee who needs permanent water/sewer connection shall contact the concerning Jal division and fill up the form of permanent connection & must enclose copy of Lease deed/ Allotment letter/ possession certificate and completion certificate. The rates for permanent water connection are given below in (water tariff) structure. After getting chalan form from Revenue section of Jal division, allottee should deposit the money in the respective bank. As soon as Jal deptt. recorded the copy of chalan from Bank or from allottee the connection order will be issued within seven days.
Water Tariff (For 1/2" dia Connection).
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      Permt. Temp. Permt. Temp. Permt. Temp. Permt. Temp. Permt. Temp. Permt. Temp.
EWS 1500 25                        
LIG 2000 30                        
MIG 3900 100                        
HIG 4600 120                        
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5300 150                        
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    1100   40                  
1-30M     2000 3000 40 50 2500 4000 100 125 4000 7000 150 190
31-50M     2300 3300 50 65 2900 4400 100 125 4600 7600 150 190
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    3500 4500 120 150 4400 5900 150 190 7000 10000 240 300
101-
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    3500 4500 150 190 4400 5900 190 240 7000 10000 300 500
201-
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    3500 5000 200 250 4400 6900 250 315 7000 11000 400 575
301-
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    3500 5000 230 290 4400 6900 290 365 7000 11000 460 675
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    4200 5700 270 340 5300 7800 340 425 8400 12400 540 750
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    4900 6400 300 375 6200 8700 375 470 9800 13800 600 750

Note:
1. Allottee can deposit in any of the Bank in which Noida Authority has their account.
2. Running Maintenance charges 50% of the Water charges will be charged subject to maximum Rs. 125/- in residential area.
3. NDC charges has been fixed in Residential Rs. 300/-, Industrial Rs.500/- & Commercial Rs.750/-.









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