BMC to construct waste water treatment facility at Bandra Reclamation

The treatment facility will be spread over 8 hectares of land and will take another five years to complete the project

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The construction of Bandra Waste Water Treatment Facility (WWTF) will soon be a reality where the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is also planning to build a rooftop garden, interpretation centre for students and visitors, Arabian Sea-viewing gallery and a library, along with it. The bidding process of the same will be completed by the first week of October.

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Additional Municipal Commissioner, Sanjay Mukherjee said that Bandra WWTF will be one of the most complex projects in the world and will take another five years to complete the project after construction work begins.

The waste water treatment plant will likely come up at Bandra Reclamation and will be spread over 8 hectares of land. Contrary to the original plan, it will be made partially underground. Later, the BMC changed the plan and decided to construct WWTF below the surface.

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