Sewerage System Of Aurangabad : Review
Author(s):
Rohini S. Wankhede, Shivkanya S. Thombre, Asmita A. Pawar, A.S. Pathan, S.D. Shinde
Keywords:
Sewage, Sewerage System , STP
Abstract
Aurangabad (Maharashtra, India) is one of the fastest growing cities in Asia. The development in the Aurangabad City is rapid. This is directly affecting the amenities and facilities provided by the Municipal Corporation. One of the problems faced by the citizens is lacs of disposal system of the main sewers along the nallas. The present population of Aurangabad city is 16.42 lacs. Presently the generation of sewerage is about 107 MLD. The capacity to treat 161 million liters of sewage per day, the sewage treatment plant at Kanchan wadi. City is divided in two basins Kham & Sukhana with 80:20 population distributions. The 7 main sewers along nallas in the Kham basin will generate 240.67 MLD sewerage and Sukhana basin with 2 out- fall sewers about 60.83 MLD sewerage for the ultimate population for year 2045.
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Unique Paper ID: 154026

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 9

Page(s): 507 - 511
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