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June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs IIT Bombay IIT Delhi IIT Guwahati IIT Kanpur IIT Kharagpur IIT Madras IIT Roorkee Ganga River Basin Management Plan Friday, June 3, 2011 Senate Hall, IIT Delhi, New Delhi by With NGRBA Expert Members SWaRAIT BHUBESUJNUDUPU ISI KolkataWWF-India NEERI CFRI Slide 2 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Programme First Session: 10:00 12:00 hrs Agenda: Share our Vision on GRBMP; Present Highlights of the Reports Prepared; Get Feedback, Comments and Suggestions; Way Forward Second Session: 12:15 13:45 hrs Agenda: Second Set of Reports; Further thought process; Get Feedback, Comments and Suggestions; Way Forward Slide 3 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs GRBMP by Consortia of 7 IITs Objectives and Organizational structure Slide 4 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Can not afford to Experiment with River Like Ganga! Precautionary Principles must apply wherever knowledge gaps and uncertainties exist Apply modern science and new technologies but with traditional wisdom Gyan Dhara + Jana Gyan Supportive Capacity and Assimilative Capacity Our Philosophy Slide 5 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs The Mantra: Defecation Ablutions Discharge of wastewater Throwing of used floral offerings Rubbing of filth Body shampooing Frolicking Acceptance of donations Obscenity Offering of inappropriate praises or even hymns in a incorrect way Discarding of garments Beating and Swimming across, in particular Thirteen actions are prohibited on approaching the scared waters of the Ganga, namely: Slide 6 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Parts to Whole Parts ! Priority: Immediate Attention; Availability of Resources; Time Required Our Strategy Public Participation: Availability of Reports Slide 7 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Mile Stones MOA Signed on July 6, 2010 First Core Group Meet : August 13, 2010 Second Core Group Meet : August 27, 2010 First Consultation Workshop: August 28, 2010 First Installment Received in October 2010 Third Core Group Meet: November 13, 2011 First Set of Reports Submitted: December 2010 Fourth Core Group Meet: January 6, 2011 Highlights presented to Secy, MoEF: January 7, 2011 Fifth Core Group Meet: January 22-23, 2011 Slide 8 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Mile Stone Sixth Core Group Meet: March 25-26, 2011 Workshop on PPP Model at IIT Kanpur: February 5, 2011 Comments and Suggestion Discussed: March 1, 2011 Consultation Workshop at BESU, Kolkata: March 8, 2011 Meeting with World Bank: March 14, 2011 Workshop on Kosi River in Patna: March 23, 2011 Responses to Comments Submitted: April 10, 2011 Revised Reports Submitted: April 11, 2011 First Meeting of the Standing Committee: April 18, 2011 PICC Meeting: April 27, 2011 Discussion on Revised Reports with NRCD, MoEF: May 18, 2011 Meetings of Various Thematic Groups Participation in Several Workshops, Meetings and Conferences Organized by Various Groups Slide 9 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Reports A: River Ganga at a Glance Identification of Issues and Priority Actions for Restoration B: Riverbank and River Water Quality Management Plan C: Sewage Treatment Recommendations and Guidelines D : Plan for Construction, Operation and Maintenance Sewage Collection, Treatment and Disposal Infrastructure Proposed under GRBMP E : Active Floodplain Mapping Defining the River Space Slide 10 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Genesis of These Reports Brainstorming Sessions within the Team IIT and with MoEF Officials Availability of Data and Resources Time Required Slide 11 GRBMP * Main Document GRBMP * Main Document Goals & Objectives Objectives GEN WRM FGM ENB SEC PLG GDM COM PIC EFL MIS Literature (SOA) Literature (SOA) Methodology (MTH) Methodology (MTH) Data (DAT) Data (DAT) Analysis (ANL) Analysis (ANL) Suggestions & Recommendations (S&R) Suggestions & Recommendations (S&R) 01 02 03 04 - - nn - - - - Ver (MMM YYYY) Ver (MMM YYYY) WorkPackagesWorkPackages Areas Sewage Treatment EQP GRBMP : Recommendations and Guidelines Nirmal Dhara Nirmal Dhara Aviral Dhara Aviral Dhara Ecological Restoration River Course Development River Course Development Water Resource Development Water Resource Development Flood prevention Sustainable Agriculture Navigation & Recreation FinancialLayoutFinancialLayout StrategyStrategy Implementation Schedule Monitoring Mechanisms 004_GBP_IIT_EQP_S&R_02_Ver 1_Dec 2010 Concept MapReport Indexing Slide 12 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs A. Upper Ganga 294 km Gaumukh to Rishikesh B. Middle Ganga 1071 km Rishikesh to Varanasi C. Lower Ganga 1145 km Varanasi to Ganga Sagar Drainage Area of the Ganga River Covering 11 States in India (AIWFS Data Report A: 001_GBP_IIT_GEN_DAT_01 Ver 1_Dec 2010 The Ganga originates from the ice caves at Gaumukh (N 3055, E 797) at an elevation of 4100 m. Alaknanda, its main tributary in the mountainous stretch, rises beyond Manna Pass, 8 km form Badrinath (N 3044, E 7941) at an altitude of 3123 m, and meets at Devprayag. Slide 13 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Report A: 001_GBP_IIT_GEN_DAT_01 Ver 1_Dec 2010 Highlights General Observations (related to Ecology, river Water Quality, Pollution and condition of the river) and Recommendations for future work (mostly by IIT Consortia) in three segments: Upper Ganga, Middle Ganga and Lower Ganga Recommendations on Sanitation, preparation of RRWQMP on priority for some identified towns, and on developing pilgrimage and spiritual spots in most sensitive places in UGS Slide 14 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Report B: 002_GBP_IIT_EQP_S&R_01_Ver 1_Dec 2010 Highlights Riverbank and River Water Quality Management Plan [RRWQMP] Preparation of RRWQMP Components of RRWQMP Importance of RRWQMP Implementation of RRWQMP Slide 15 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Report B: 002_GBP_IIT_EQP_S&R_01_Ver 1_Dec 2010 Actions Required: Preparation of RRWQMP should be started immediately and must have quality check. The initial set of towns for which RRWQMP will be prepared should be identified and the respective ULBs instructed to get the RRWQMP prepared professionally. NGRBA facilitates and supports preparation of RRWQMP by the ULBs. Actions Required: Preparation of RRWQMP should be started immediately and must have quality check. The initial set of towns for which RRWQMP will be prepared should be identified and the respective ULBs instructed to get the RRWQMP prepared professionally. NGRBA facilitates and supports preparation of RRWQMP by the ULBs. Slide 16 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Wastes Point Non Point Solid (non-point) Liquid Domestic Agriculture (non-point) Industrial CitiesVillages Small DrainsOpen Defecation Old New Sewage CollectionTreatment Report C: 003_GBP_IIT_EQP_S&R_02_Ver 1_Dec 2010 Slide 17 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Report C: 003_GBP_IIT_EQP_S&R_02_Ver 1_Dec 2010 Highlights Selection of Appropriate Sewage Treatment Technology Treatment Chain Cost of Treatment and Land Requirement Decision Matrix Sludge Management Flow Measurement Bioassay Test Slide 18 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Treatment upto Tertiary Level Treatment upto Secondary Level Treatment Plant Footprint, m 2 /MLD Assessment Parameter/Technology ASP *,a MBBR *,c SBR *,a UASB+EA *,b MBR *,a WSP **,b Present (2010) Treatment Cost, paisa / L upto Secondary Treatment 0.320.330.290.280.11 Present (2010) Treatment Cost, paisa/L0.540.550.460.541.000.39 Report C: 003_GBP_IIT_EQP_S&R_02_Ver 1_Dec 2010 Slide 19 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Report C: 003_GBP_IIT_EQP_S&R_02_Ver 1_Dec 2010 Slide 20 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Stage IPreliminary Treatment: Three Stage Screening: 25 mm bar racks (before pumping) 12 mm bar racks 5 mm mesh Aerated Grit Chamber if following unit operation is aerobic and Normal Grit Chamber if following unit operation is anaerobic. Expected effluent quality after preliminary treatment: No floating materials including polythene bags, small pouches, etc. Proper collection and disposal of screening and grit. Report C: 003_GBP_IIT_EQP_S&R_02_Ver 1_Dec 2010 Slide 21 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Stage II: Primary and/or Secondary Treatment: Many options are available for second stage treatment. These options can be grouped into following three categories. Pond Based Systems or Activated Sludge Process (ASP) and its Modifications or equivalent systems including but not limited to SBR, UASB followed by ASP, ASP operated on Extended Aeration mode (EA-ASP), ASP with Biological Nutrient Removal (ASP+BNR), and MBBR or MBR Expected effluent quality after primary and secondary treatment: BOD < 30 mg/L SS < 20 mg/L Nitrified effluent Report C: 003_GBP_IIT_EQP_S&R_02_Ver 1_Dec 2010 Slide 22 June 3, 2011; Senate Hall, IITD GRBMP Consultation Workshop Consortia of 7 IITs Stage III Tertiary Treatment: Coagulation-flocculation-settling followed by filtration and disinfection. Expected effluent quality after tertiary treatment: BOD < 10 mg/L SS < 5 mg/L Phosphate