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Common Effluent Treatment Plant

COMMON EFFLUENT TREATMENT PLANT

CETP

DATE: 04-01-2010 PLACE: MIDC, KURKUMBH

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PROFILE OF THE COMPANYName of the company: Common Effluent Treatment plant. Plant Location: MIDC, Kurkumbh. Office Address: Common Effluent Treatment plant, D-17,MIDC, Kurkumbh Industrial Area, Taluka- Daund, Dist. Pune-413 803S. Website: N.A Products: Common Effluent Treatment plant Annual Turnover: N.A Capacity Industry: 1000 m3. Establishment year: 1996-97 Investment: Rs (18.5 + 1.5) crores for Effluent Treatment Plant Number of Employees: 39 Concern person:-

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Introduction:The kurkumbh industrial estate is about 70 kilometers east of Pune and the estates total area is about 483 hectares. The Kurkumbh industrial estate has about 60% small scale industries, 20% medium scale and 20% large scale industries. The products manufactured at Kurkumbh industrial estate are varied and consist of copper wire, ice, liquid ammonia, air and chemical vessels, foam arrestors and emulsifiers, tanks, vessels, chemical equipment, mosaic tiles, engineering and fabrication, silicate and methyl silicate acids, benzene and chlorobenzene, polyethylene bags, paint and varnish, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, orthonitrobenzene, dye intermediates, sulphuric acid, plastic bottles, edible oils and poha and chana dal. The kurkumbh environmental protection co-operative society maryadit have an existing CETP which has been setup to cater for the wastewater discharged from the small scale industrial (SSI) units and large scale industrial (LSI) units. The SSI units provide preliminary treatment (oil and grease removal and PH adjustment) at their unit level and discharge the wastewater into the conveyance system leading to the CETP. The bulk of industrial pollution in India is caused by the small and medium scale industrial (SMIs) sector. A small scale unit is defined as any industry whose plant and machinery are valued more than 25 lakhs rupees but does not exceed 5 crore . SMIs account for over 40% of the total industrial output in the country and generate over 44% of hazardous wastes alone as compared to 13% generated by the large scale industry. Many of the Small Scale Industries are unable to put up the treatment systems individually, CETP's (Common Effluent Treatment Plants) is envisaged to benefit such industries in treating its effluent before disposal whether it is in stream, land, sewage system or in rivers and seas. CETPs are set up in the industrial estates where there are clusters of small scale industrial units (Siss) and where many polluting industries are located. The proposal for setting up of CETPs by such industries is to be submitted by the CETP Association to the respective State Pollution Control Board, which after examining the proposal and obtaining commitment from the concerned State Government regarding its contribution will give their recommendation to thePage 3

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Ministry of Environment and Forests for consideration , the Ministry examines the proposal and takes the decision through a Screening Committee constituted in this regard for providing support from the Central Government.

History:After the formation of Maharashtra State on May 1, 1960, the Government of Maharashtra constituted a "Board of Industrial Development" (BID) on October 1, 1960, under the Chairmanship of Shri. S. G. Barve, I.C.S. The various committees recommendations received in the industries department were taken up for implementation and as per the Borkar Committee's recommendations; development of Ulhas Valley Water Supply was entrusted to the Board of Industrial Development (BID). The BID framed the legislation and it was introduced before the state legislation and passed in the form of"Maharashtra Industrial Act" which gave birth to MIDC, as a separate corporation on August 1, 1962. The key historical policy decisions taken by CETP certainly changed the socioeconomic scenario of the state as its activities spread in the interior. The important policy decision of setting up "independent filtered, potable water supply system of adequate capacity" as essential infrastructure for industrial development was the most intelligent step taken by CETP right in the beginning. It stabilised the population base near the industrial areas. The strategic wise decision taken simultaneously to provide water supply to nearby domestic population from the capabilities created by CETP of their own water supply system resulted in phenomenal urban growth in the nearby small towns and villages. In the first phase to treat the effluent collected from the industries to the disposable norms stipulated in the Environment Protection Act, 1986 and in the second phase it will be treated to the recycling standards. MIDC has entered into the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Industries Association from Tarapur, Badlapur, Ambernath, Dombivli, ThaneBelapur, Patalganga, Roha, Mahad, LoteParshuram ,Kalyan-Bhivandi, Solapur,Page 4

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Sangli, &Butibori.

Reason for upgradation in 2006 Dissolve O2 was not sufficient in Floating Aeration as its depth was 2.5m which was increased up to 4.7m for Floating Aeration in 2006 which costs up to Rs1.5 cr.

Objectives: Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP) is established in order to make a cooperative movement of pollution control especially to treat the effluent, emanating from the clusters of compatible Small-Scale Industries (Siss). Objective of the CETP is therefore, to reduce the treatment cost to be borne by an individual member unit to a maximum while protecting the water environment to a maximum. It promotes industrial growth.

Contribution for construction of the CETP:

State Subsidy: Central Subsidy: Entrepreneurs contribution: Loan from financial institutes:

25% of the total project cost 25% of the total project cost 20% of the total project cost 30% of the total project cost

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MIDC kurkumbh was started around the year 1996-97 with a total investment of 18.5 Cr. For Effluent treatment plant + 1.5 Cr. In 2006. There are some 76 Industries situated in MIDC kurkumbh of which 12 are Large Scale with investment of more than 10 Cr. and 61 Small Scale industries with less than 10Cr. investments, leaving about 3 Medium Scale industries. MIDC is a government company which serves for no profit no loss. MIDC kurkumbh is the first chemical zone in Pune and the Mumbais Copper Capper is the very first MIDC Project. Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP) is the concept of treating effluents by means of a collective effort mainly for a cluster of small scale industrial units. A rapid industrialization has lead to the industrial effluents & sewage resulting in water pollution. The effluents contain hazardous chemicals & heavy metal ions like chromium, nickel, copper, lead, arsenic etc. These are toxic in nature & harmful to environment hence must be treated to effluent. Each large scale Industry must have its own Effluent treatment plant. The measurements of safety that the Large Scale Industry should follow are as follows: ph value 6 - 8

C.O.D - 250 mg/lit B.O.D - < 100 mg/lit T.S.S -