ONGC’s North Gujarat ETP Starts Treating 5 Lakh Litres Wastewater

The Oil & Natural Gas Commission (ONGC) has executed a project to make potable water from wastewater released at its Effluent Treatment Plants (ETP) in North Santhal near Mahesana in North Gujarat. The ONGC facility at the North Santhal (NS) ETP is now capable of producing 500 cubic meters of treated water per day, equivalent to five lakh litres, suitable for consumption.

This successful pilot ensures the availability of clean water for industrial and agricultural purposes and also preserves vital water resources. The company has undertaken a total of five such facilities on a pilot basis, with the NS ETP facility being the first to be commissioned.

Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha) from Mehsana, Shardaben Patel who recently visited the NS ETP facility, accompanied by High Power Committee members, including representatives from the farming community, expressed appreciation for ONGC’s efforts in addressing the water scarcity issue in North Gujarat.

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