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2. PROJECT DESCRIPTION
2.1 PROJECT BACKGROUND There is no sewerage system existing in Dindigul town. Sewage disposal is primarily through septic tanks. In general, it is discharged in to the open street drains. Some soak pits of shallow depth and inadequate size are also in existence. These soak pits do not function properly and thereby allowing the sullage overflows. The street drains carrying sullage and sewage, are ultimately discharged in to water courses. Table 2.1 describes the salient features of the Dindigul District. The sewerage system will comprise of construction of 13.65 MLD Sewage Treatment Plant of activated sludge process, laying of Trunk main sewer line diameter of 400 mm and 450 mm for a length of 1.00 km and secondary/laterals for a length of 93.00 km in diameter ranging from 200 mm to 500 mm. In the system one intermediate pumping station has also been proposed to pump about 4 MLD of sewage to be transported to a gravity sewer through a pumping main of diameter 350 mm and a length of 650 metres. For house service connection it has been proposed 110 mm & 160 mm diameter ODU PVC pipes (4 to 6 per manholes). The house service connection is provided normally to the manholes, where 2 or 3 House Service Connections (HSC) will be to Road Side Chamber (RSC) and RSCs will in turn be connected with manholes. Also provision has been made in the cost estimate for dismantling cum refilling the septic tank / soak pit utilities for those who do not find space for effecting a separate connection. The collection system is designed for the volume of waste water to be generated for the projected population of 2023. Per capita wastewater generation is considered as 80% of the net water supply. Peak factor has been considered to design the sewer lines.

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2.2 SALIENT FEATURES Table 2.1 Salient Details Feature Site Location Site Latitude and Longitude Corner 1 Corner 2 Corner 3 Corner 4 Topography SOI Toposheet Above Mean Sea level in m Population of the project village Surrounding Villages (2 Km Radius) Nearest City Nearest Highway Nearest Railway line Nearest Railway station Nearest Railway Junction Nearest Air port Nearest Forest Nearest Hill Ranges Nearest State / Taluk Boundary Coastal Boundary Ecological Sensitive areas (Wild life sanctuaries) Details Pallapatti, Dindiugl Taluk, Tiruvallur District N 10 21' 8.51" E 77 56' 43.717" N 10 21' 6.455" E 77 56' 49.627" N 10 20' 53.605" E 77 56' 41.532" N 10 20' 52.064" E 77 56' 47.057" Plain 66 C/8 262 m above mean sea level 11834 as per 2001 Census Name of Village Population (2001) Sindalagundu 8869 Pillayarnattam 2092 Dindigul 4.0 Km NH-5 0 Km, State highway eastern side of the project site 6.0 Km Dindigul 4.0 Km 4 Km Dindigul 55 Km Madurai Air port Nil Nil 9.8 Km Vedasandur Taluk 160 Km No Ecological Sensitive area with in 10 km radius Name of Taluk Dindigul (Part) Vedasandur (Part) 3 (Full and Part)

Number of villages within 2 km radius

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2.3 PROJECT LOCATION Location Present Usage Area Available STP Area Requirement Total vacant area Ownership : : : : : : Palapatti Village Barren land 68.69 acres 1.89 acres 66.56 acres Dindigul Municipality

Dindigul is located at 10.35 N 77.95 E. It has an average elevation of 268 metres (879 feet) MSL. The area is underlined by hard-rock and a drought-prone region. It is spread over an area of about 14.01 Sq.Km and is characterized by undulating topography with hills located in the southern parts, sloping towards north and northwest. The highest elevation (altitude) in the hilly area (Sirumalai Hill) is of the order of 1350 m MSL, whereas in the plains it ranges from 360 MSL in the southern portions to 240 MSL in the northern part of the area. No perennial stream exists in the area, except for short distance streams encompassing second- and third-order drainage. Run-off from precipitation within the basin ends in small streams flowing towards the main river, Kodaganar. 2.4 PROJECT COST The total project cost is estimated to be Rs.10.34 Crores (Detailed breakup is given in Table 2.2) and the total operation and maintance cost is estimated to be 1.98 Crores (Detailed breakup is given Table 2.3).

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Table 2.2 Project cost S.No I a. b c c d. II III 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. IV. Capital cost: Submission and acceptance of detailed designs, drawings and estimates Hydraulic process design and layout of the plant Structural design and construction drawing for primary units Structural design and construction drawing for secondary units Structural design and construction drawing for sludge handling, treatment arrangements unit and auxiliary units. Submission and acceptance of detailed Environmental Assessment Report Construction of the following components of the plant Receiving Chamber Screening units De-gritting units Distribution box & Bye-pass arrangement Primary and Secondary Units Chlorination Tank Sludge sump and Pump house Centrifuge House Administrative Building including Furniture and Laboratory Equipments Internal Roads, Pathways, Pavements, Storm water drainage Misc. Civil works like Fencing / Entry Gate Site Clearance, Disposal / Plot Development Landscaping etc., Electrical works including (Bidder to specify various units) Implementation of EMP Total (Rupees Ten Crore and Thirty Four Lakhs Only) 38,00,000 48,00,000 55,00,000 49,00,000 3,85,00,000 22,00,000 28,00,000 67,00,000 55,00,000 45,00,000 21,00,000 8,49,400 1,29,00,000 50,600 10,34,00,000 20,00,000 15,00,000 10,00,000 15,00,000 15,00,000 8,00,000 Details Amount (Rs.)

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OPERATION AND MAINTANCE COST: Table 2.3 O & M Cost (5 years) S.No 1 Description Fixed cost (Man power, maintenance of all Civil Structures and entire plant House Keeping, all repairs including spares & Replacement, Oil & Grease cost) Variable cost (except TNEB power charges, Diesel cost, Chlorine Dosage costs) other chemical consumable cost and safe disposal grit / sludge transportation to site Greenbelt Environmental Monitoring Plan during Operation Phase Amount (in Rs.) 10,570,000

9,048,000

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47,200 1,34,800 1,98,00,000

TOTAL (Rupees One Crore and Ninety Eight Lakhs Only)

2.5 MANPOWER The STP will have the following employees for its operation. Table 2.4 shows the total manpower requirement for Dindigul STP. Table 2.4 Manpower S.No 1 2 3 4 5 Description Plant operator Lab Chemist Lab Assistant Watchman / helper Gardener / Farm Assistant Nos 2 1 1 2 2

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2.6 TREATED WATER DISPOSAL SYSTEM Treated effluent is pumped through R.C.C pipes (300mm) of grade NP-3 about 16 manholes run in of size 30 m with intervals of closed conduits. There will be no major ecological impact due to laying of treated effluent discharge pipe line and the treated sewage will be disposed in the Kodaganar River after meeting the standards. 2.7 DETAILS OF SLUDGE & METHOD OF DISPOSAL Disposal body Direction Disposal point Distance from the STP Treated Sewage Collection Tank Pumping stations Pumping Main Km : Kodaganar River : West to STP plant : At Palam Rajakkam Patty, Palani Road : 5 km :1 : 2 : 6.36 Km (RM Colony to Project site) 2.0 Km (Parapatti to Project site) Pipe line routing : The treated effluent is discharged through RCC pipe to the final disposal point located at Palam Rajakkam via Ponmandurai road, Madurai road (towards Impact due to pipe laying Trichy) and Palani road.

Figure 2.6 Shows the Pipe line routing : There will be no major ecological impact due to laying of treated effluent discharge pipe line.

Storage and Disposal of Biosludge The dewatered biosludge (4.5 tons per day) from the centrifuge will be collected through jute bags/ Hessian bags and will be sent to composting yard for processing to compost in consultation with the Municipal authorities. The Topo Plan, Digital Satellite Imaginary of the project site, Surrounding of the project site, STP layout and P&I diagram for the Dindigul STP are shown in Figures 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4 and 2.5 respectively.

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Figure 2.2 Digital Image Dindigul Municipality 16 Pure Enviro

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Figure 2.3 Surrounding Details of the Site

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Figure 2.4 STP layout

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Figure 2.5 P&I diagram 19 Pure Enviro

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Figure 2.6 Pipe line routing

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