Water Treatment Plants in Delhi


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On 6th April 1998, The Delhi Jal Board was formed through an Act of the Delhi Legislative Assembly putting together the previous Delhi Water Supply and Sewage Disposal Undertaking. The Delhi Jal Board produces and distributes potable water after treating raw water from sources like Yamuna River, Upper Ganga Canal, Bhakhra Storage and Groundwater. The Delhi Jal Board is also responsible for the treatment and disposal of waste water. There are six water treatment plants in Delhi. Following is the list of the plants.

Water Treatment PlantsCurrent Capacity (MGD)
Bhagirathi105
Chandrawal103
Haiderpur225
Nangloi40
Sonia Vihar140
Wazirabad132



Last Updated on : 25 March 2013







     


     

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