Musiri Selection Grade Town Panchayat

முசிறி தேர்வு நிலை பேரூராட்சி

Decentralised wastewater treatment system

Posted by musiri on January 26, 2006

TIRUCHI : The Musiri Special Village Panchayat near here will have a decentralised wastewater treatment system at a cost of Rs.5.1 lakhs.
While the district administration has sanctioned Rs.3.1 lakhs, and the Exnora International Chennai, has released the balance Rs.2 lakhs.
Inaugurating the work on the construction of the building for the system at the panchayat on Thursday, the chairperson of the Musiri Town Panchayat, Vidhya Muthukumar, said solid waste management programme has been introduced in all 18 wards with segregation at each and every house.
The Assistant Director, Special village Panchayat, K. Pandurangan, and the District Environmental Engineer, Tamilnadu Pollution Control Board, Rajasekaran, stressed the need for source segregation for successful composting.
The Director, SCOPE, M. Subburaman, said that Musiri had already found a place in the sanitation and water conservation map of the country with the construction of the first Community ECOSAN toilet at a cost of Rs. eight Lakhs.
About 300 ECOSAN household toilets will be constructed in the panchayat with the assistance of WASTE of Netherlands.
The Project Co-ordinator, Exnora International, Chennai, T. Vijayanand, Chennai and Advisor, Tiruchi District Exnora, V. Ganapathy, spoke.

TIRUCHI : The Musiri Special Village Panchayat near here will have a decentralised wastewater treatment system at a cost of Rs.5.1 lakhs.
While the district administration has sanctioned Rs.3.1 lakhs, and the Exnora International Chennai, has released the balance Rs.2 lakhs.
Inaugurating the work on the construction of the building for the system at the panchayat on Thursday, the chairperson of the Musiri Town Panchayat, Vidhya Muthukumar, said solid waste management programme has been introduced in all 18 wards with segregation at each and every house.
The Assistant Director, Special village Panchayat, K. Pandurangan, and the District Environmental Engineer, Tamilnadu Pollution Control Board, Rajasekaran, stressed the need for source segregation for successful composting.
The Director, SCOPE, M. Subburaman, said that Musiri had already found a place in the sanitation and water conservation map of the country with the construction of the first Community ECOSAN toilet at a cost of Rs. eight Lakhs.
About 300 ECOSAN household toilets will be constructed in the panchayat with the assistance of WASTE of Netherlands.
The Project Co-ordinator, Exnora International, Chennai, T. Vijayanand, Chennai and Advisor, Tiruchi District Exnora, V. Ganapathy, spoke.

SOURCE : THE HINDU

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