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Rs 8.2cr new water treatment plant for Siolim, North Goa, this year:

Chief Minister Pramod ‘Sawant of Thursday laid the foundation stone for a 5.6MLD filter water treatment plant in Siolim constituency. 

The plant will be constructed at the cost of Rs8.12 crore and the contractor has been directed to complete the work within 6 to 8 months, Sawant said. He said that as part of the project, a large sump will be constructed where raw water from Tillari can be received and stored.

Three tanks will be constructed to store the treated water and supply to the villages. At present, the constituency gets water from the Assonora water treatment plan, but as the Assornora plant caters to nearly the whole of Bardez taluka, parts of Bicholim and Pernem taluka, its leads to shortages in supply in many areas. The cm said that due  to increase in tourism  in the North Goa beach belt, there was further shortages being faced by Siolim constituency and government wants to resolve this shortage in water supply.“For 5 years the maintenance contract will remain with the same contractor who is construcitng the plant.

 

 

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