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French firm Suez working on two water projects in India

France-based Suez SA is working on two water management projects worth 217 million euros (over Rs 1,700 crore) in New Delhi and Mangalore, a company official said. A waste water treatment plant is being set up in Okhla here at a cost of 145 million euros and will be operational within three years, said Suez Group s Senior Executive Vice President Ana Giros Calpe, who was in the national capital recently. Besides this, a 72 million euros water distribution project in Mangalore will kick off within a month, Calpe added. The company was awarded the Okhla project by Delhi Jal Board, the governing body for water management, she said adding it will have a capacity of 564,000 m3 /day. Once (the project )becomes operational, the plant being set up at a cost 145 million euros will remove 41,200 kg of organic pollutant load per day and 61,600 kg solid load per day from the Yamuna, she said. Speaking further on the Mangalore project, Calpe said it has been awarded by the civic body of ...

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