Toshiba Group’s water services company UEM India has bagged a Rs 132.6 crore contract to supply sewerage system in Sahibganj, Jharkhand.
The company has received the contract from “Jharkhand Urban Infrastructure Development Company (JUIDCO), which operates under the administrative control of the Urban Development Department of Jharkhand s state government,” UEM India said in a BSE filing.
“The contract encompasses the construction of two sewage treatment plants based on sequencing batch reactor technology, with 5-million and 7-million litter per day capacities, along with a 55-kilometre sewerage network and seven pumping stations. It also covers 10 years of operation and maintenance services (O&M), and has a total value of Rs 132.6 crore,” it added.
UEM Chairperson and Managing Director Koichi Matsui said: “The Sahibganj contract…reinforces our already strong record for delivering cost-effective solutions for wastewater management.”
Funded by the World Bank, the Sahibganj project is a result of an MoU between Jharkhand government, Sahibganj Nagar Parishad and Ministry of Water Resources under the National Ganga River Basin Authority Programme.