Delhi Jal Board



Delhi Jal Board was formed on 6th April, 1998 through an act of Delhi Legislative Assembly. The board is responsible for supplying drinkable water to the inhabitants of Delhi.

The board has taken various steps to carry on its duty effectively. Production and Distribution of potable water is taken up by the Delhi Jal Board, which filters water received from various sources. The Jal Board of Delhi receives water from rivers like Yamuna, Upper Ganga Canal, Bhakra Storage and groundwater, which is used to supply water to the residents of Delhi. Gallons of water are supplied to the New Delhi Municipal Council and Cantonment areas. The sewage system in these areas is also looked after by the Delhi Jal Board.

The Jal Board of Delhi has taken many steps to ensure free flow of potable water in Delhi. The board has installed a 40 MGD plant water treatment plant at Nangloi. Another plant at Bawana waits to be completed shortly. The board is likely to commission another plant at Sonia Vihar, which lies in the Trans- Yamuna area and will take two tears to complete. The Delhi Jal Board has also planned to construct reservoirs and pumping stations at various places to ensure free flow of water. In order to prevent wastage of water, Delhi Jal Board has formed a Leak Detection Cell for tracking the leaks.

Delhi Jal Board has been serving the Delhi people since its inception. It not only supplies potable water but also take steps to rationalize the flow of water. Delhi information gives an overview of Delhi Jal Board.

Delhi Jal Board Office Addresses





Last Updated on 1 March 2013

     


     

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