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    ADB Workshop, Bhopal

    Jamshedpur Utilities &Services Company Ltd.February, 2009

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    Jamshedpur Water and Wastewater

    System

    475 kmsLength of Sewer lines

    550 kmsLength of Water Mains

    206 lpcdAvg. daily consumption

    7.00 lakhsPopulation served

    64 sq. kmArea served

    Water Infrastructure

    2 River Pump houses : 264 MLD

    Raw Water Pump House : 173 MLD

    Clarified Water Pump House : 91MLD

    WTP capacity (potable water) : 190 MLD Dimna reservoir (1 month standby):35000 ML

    capacity

    7 water towers : ( 46 ML )

    500 kms of potable water network

    Wastewater Infrastructure

    2 sewage treatment facilities : 64 MLD capacity

    10 sewage pumping stations

    475 kms of sewage collection network

    Fact File

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    Market Share in Municipal Water Management (1)Water Quantity Distributed (MLD)

    Water distributed(MLD)

    Sub Total Mkt Share(%age)

    Jamshedpur 170 Jusco Sub Total597

    70%

    Haldia 250

    Mysore 142

    Salt Lake 15

    Tata Motors 20

    K'taka (KUWASIP) 25 Veolia Sub Total35

    4%

    Nagpur 10

    Latur 30 Hydrocomp/SPML - SubTotal40

    5%

    Madurai 10

    Tiruppur 185 MIDL Sub Total185

    21%

    TOTAL 857 100%

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    24x7 water supply project for Mysore city

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    Salient Features of the Project

    Largest water supply PPP project in India based on performance

    based management contract

    First city-wide water distribution management contract serving million

    plus population

    6- Year tripartite contract between Karnataka Water Supply & Drainage

    Board (KUWSDB), Mysore City Corporation (MCC); and JUSCO

    One operator for the entire city optimized & effective solution

    Funding by JNNURM (80%), Govt. of Karnataka (10%) and MCC (10%)

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    Mysore City Key Contract Variables(as per contract)

    East Zone West Zone

    Population

    (Year 2001)

    4.03 Lakhs 3.61 Lakhs

    Area (Sq Kms) 44.43 sq. km 62.52 sq. km

    Total no. of wards 35 34

    Number of wards witheveryday water supply

    29 22

    Bulk Water to be supplied

    to AC

    80.19 MLD 62.05 MLD

    No. of house connections 66, 565 66618

    Number of functional

    meters

    30% 42%

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    The Three Phases

    Phase 112 Months

    Phase 236 Months

    Phase 324 Months

    O&M PlanTake-over OperationsStudy & SurveyDesign & Engineering IMISCapital Investment Plan

    O&M Sustainability ofoperations

    Implementation of CIP Rehabilitation works Metering program

    O&

    M

    Billing

    &Collection

    Custom

    erSupportSystems

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    Key Contractual Milestones

    Key Dates Key Contract Milestones

    November 28th, 2008 Effective Date (Contract Signing Date)

    January 27th , 2009 Preparatory Commencement Date (Zero Date of the contract)

    April 26th, 2009

    PHASE 1:PREPARATORY PHASE

    (12 MONTHS)

    Submission and Approval of O&M Plan(minimum 30 days for approval);

    Take-over of Operations

    April 25th, 2010 Submission and Approval and CIP(minimum 30 days for approval or else

    deemed approval)

    April 26th, 2010 PHASE 2:REHABILITATION PHASE

    (36 MONTHS)

    Commencement of CIP implementation

    April 26th, 2013 PHASE 3:MAINTENANCE PHASE

    (24 MONTHS)

    Operations and Maintenance

    April 26th, 2015 plus455 Days

    Defect Liability Period

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    Payment Structure

    1. Management fees: Lump sum in two parts.

    o Fixed fees (50%), paid in 24 equal quarterly installments.

    o Performance fees (50%), paid six monthly on achievement of targets over

    project period of 6 years as per performance chart

    1. Operating Cost: Lump sum in two parts.

    o Fixed fees (30 %), paid in 23 equal quarterly installments

    o Performance fees (70%), paid six monthly on achievement of targets over

    project period of 6 years as per performance chart

    1. Rehabilitation Cost:

    o BOQ driveno Based on Capital Investment Plan (CIP)

    o Payable against invoice for completed works not less than Rs 10 lakhs

    1. Provisional Items:

    o

    Paid in same manner as rehabilitation costs.

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    Capital Investment Plan(Rehab & Provisional Items)

    To be prepared in the first year and will be the basis forrehabilitation

    Item rate will be the same for the corresponding item quoted in

    the bid

    Quantities can differ from what are mentioned in the BOQ

    (tender document)

    However, the final CIP price can vary upto +10% of the total

    rehab and provisional costs quoted in the bid (threshold

    limit)

    Inclusion of new items beyond those in BOQ as contract

    variation and will be outside the 10% threshold limit

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    Performance Targets

    Performance Parameter Weightage

    Number of connections with 24x7 30%

    Revenue Improvement 30%

    Revenue Water in 24x7 area 10%

    Resolution of Complaints on service in24x7 area

    10%

    Resolution of Complaints in entire zone 5%

    Leakage levels in 24x7 5%

    Quality compliance in 24x7 area 5%

    Pressure compliance in 24x7 area 5%

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    Performance Targets

    Performance Targets Unit 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60 66 72

    Number of connections with 24x7 Connections 0 0 5000 10000 10000 10000 15000 15000 100% 100% 100% 100%

    Revenue Improvement % 5% 5% 5% 5% 3% 3% 2% 2% 2% 2%

    Revenue Water in in 24x7 area % 65% 70% 75% 85% 85% 85% 85%

    Resolutions of Complaints on service in 24x7 area % 95% 95% 95% 95% 95% 98% 98% 98% 98% 98%

    Resolution of Complaints in entire zone % 80% 85% 90% 95% 98% 98% 98% 98% 98% 98% 98% 98%

    Leakage levels in 24x7 area l/c/d/m 60 55 50 45 40 35 30 25 25 25

    Quality compliance in 24x7 area % 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%

    Pressure compliance in 24x7 area % 95% 95% 95% 95% 95% 95% 95% 95% 95% 95%

    End of the month from Preparatory Commencement Date

    Performance Targets

    (to be achieved)

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    Break up of Performance (Management) Fee

    P e r f o r m a

    P e r f o r m

    N u m b e r o f c

    Break up of Performance based Operating Cost

    P e r f o r m a n c e b a

    Break-up of Performance Fee

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    Key improvements envisaged through

    this contract Obligations of AC

    Technical Improvements

    Hydraulic simulation & network up-

    dation for equitable water

    distribution

    Setting up & monitoring District

    Metering Areas (DMA) 24x7 water supply with min 7m

    pressure for the entire Mysore city

    Leak detection & reduction

    program leading to phase wise

    reduction in losses Reduction in energy consumption

    Re-Engineering & Rehabilitation of

    Pumping Stations

    Improved water quality

    Implementation of IMIS

    Service Delivery and Commercial

    Improvements

    Increase in customer base

    Increase in Billing & Collection

    Efficiency

    100% billing every month with

    year-on-year increase in revenue

    100% Customer metering

    24 hours customer service

    centre

    100% customer complainthandling in stipulated time.

    Public Awareness Program

    Improved overall customer

    satisfaction

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    Key Obligations of KUWSDB

    Overall contract management including decisions regarding achievement

    of performance targets Provide support, access to sites, and information to AC for preparation of

    OMP and CIP

    Depute the Board employees and pay their pay, benefits, etc. as per

    contract conditions

    Approval of OMP and CIP Operate, maintain and manage the bulk supplies to the distribution

    operating zones as per Schedule 1 of the contract

    Assist AC in approvals for new connections by MCC

    Provide permission to AC for repair/replacement of the facilities and the

    right of way to lay new water mains Disbursement of management fees, operating costs, bonus to the AC

    Coordinate with MCC, manage and organise the investments for the project

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    Key Obligations of MCC

    Organize funding for the project out of the annual Budgets and funds

    released under JNNURM Program Open and maintain a revenue account for all revenues collected by the AC.

    Ensure smooth hand over the operations, maintenance of Distribution

    Operating Zone to the AC on the Preparatory