India’s First city-wide Integrated Sewage Infrastructure Development of Sewage Treatment Plant and Associated Infrastructure under Hybrid Annuity based Public-Private Partnership mode at Mathura in the state of Uttar Pradesh

About the Project

  • Development of a 20 MLD tertiary treatment plan at Trans Yamuna for supply of treated sewage water to IOCL refinery
  • Rehabilitation of pumping stations and associated infrastructure with the STPs
  • I&D work of total 20 numbers, and pipeline work of 17 kilometers
  • Operation and maintenance of the facilities for a period of 15 years.
  • Development / rehabilitation of STPs with a cumulative treatment capacity of 67 MLD
    1. Development of a 30 MLD capacity STP at Masani
    2. Rehabilitation of 6.8 MLD WSP STP at Masani
    3. Rehabilitation of 14.5 MLD capacity WSP STP at Trans Yamuna
    4. Rehabilitation of 16 MLD capacity UASB STP at Trans Yamuna
  • First ever integrated PPP project under HAM in the sewerage section in the country
  •  Involves IOCL as strategic partner for reuse of treated sewage water.
  •  20MLD of treated sewage water to be supplied to IOCL

Overview of the city

Mathura City Map
  • Mathura, along with Vrindavan, has deep cultural significance for Indians.
  •  Identified as a heritage city, under Government of India’s Heritage city development and Augmentation Scheme.
  •  Located on the banks of River Yamuna and has a population of approximately 350,000
  •  With many historic temples, the city hosts an average of 150,000 visitors daily.

STP Progress

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