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REVAMPED SYSTEM OF HUSSAINSAGAR CLEANING. Hussainsagar Lake- Background. Constructed in 1562 AD to meet the irrigation needs Drinking water source from 1884 to 1930. Total catchment area = 240 Sq. km Maximum water spread area of the lake = 5.7 Sq. km

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REVAMPED SYSTEM

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HUSSAINSAGAR CLEANING

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Hussainsagar Lake- Background

  • Constructed in 1562 AD to meet the irrigation needs
  • Drinking water source from 1884 to 1930.
  • Total catchment area = 240 Sq. km
  • Maximum water spread area of the lake = 5.7 Sq. km
  • Present Water spread area @ FTL = 4.81 Sq. km
  • Shore line length = 14 km
  • Volume of the Lake at spill level = 27.18 Mcum
  • Average depth at full capacity = 5.02 m
  • Full Tank Level (FTL) = 513.43 M

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Inflows and Outflows

Picket Nala

Kukatpally Nala

Banjara Nala

Surplus Outlet - Opp: Marriot

Balkapur Nala

Surplus Outlet - at Liberty

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SOURCES OF POLLUTION

External – Point Source

  • Raw sewage through nalas viz. Balkapur, Banjara, Kukatpally & Picket Nalas
  • Industrial effluents through Kukatpally Nala
  • Solid Waste Dumping in Nalas – Leading into Lake

External – Non - Point Source

  • Slums
  • Dried Flower and Garlands – Puja material
  • Commercial Establishments
  • Visitors, Tourists etc.
  • Immersion of Ganesh and Durga Idols

Internal

  • Nutrient rich sediments in the lake bed.

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REVAMPED SYSTEM OF HUSSAINSAGAR CLEANING

  • Floating material and Shoreline Cleaning
  • Treatment of Inflows
  • Stoppage of inflows (Interception and Diversions)
  • Sewage Treatment Plants – Maintain Water Balance
  • 3. Improvement in quality of lake water
  • Dredging of Sediments
  • Aeration and Oxidation
  • 4. Protection of Lakes and Nalas in Catchment Areas
  • 5. Public Awareness / Peoples Participation /Peoples
  • Movement
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1. FLOATING MATERIAL AND SHORELINE CLEANING

SOURCES of solid waste

  • POINT SOURCE:
  • NALAS IS THE MAIN SOURCE
  • NON-POINT SOURCES:
  • SLUMS
  • COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS
  • PUJA FLOWERS
  • VISITORS, TOURISTS ETC.
  • GANESH IMMERSIONS, DURGA PUJA IMMERSIONS
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1. FLOATING MATERIAL AND SHORELINE CLEANING

FLOATING MATERIAL INSIDE LAKE

Floating matter accumulation in the lake

Floating matter removal by using DUC

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1. FLOATING MATERIAL AND SHORELINE CLEANING

Action points

Cleaning of Shoreline

Removal of floating material

Removal of Water Hyacinth

Disturbance of Algal Bloom

Collection & Stacking Solid Waste material

Transportation to disposal site

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1. FLOATING MATERIAL AND SHORELINE CLEANING

SHORELINE IS DIVIDED INTO SIX SECTORS

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One Boat + (2) Semi skilled - APTDC

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Grill

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Grill & Mesh for Puja Flrs

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Grill

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FACILITY FOR PUJA FLOWERS

WALL

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  • Floating material removal by Pedal Boats & DUCs
  • Disturbance of Algae in Summers by Motor boats
  • Two Vehicles with Dumpers collect and transport to GHMC site
  • Estimated Financials Rs 147 lacs per annum
  • Monitored by two Sanitary Officers

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2. Treatment of Inflows

  • Stoppage of inflows - Interception and Diversion of Nalas
  • Sewage Treatment Plants – Maintain Water Balance
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2. Treatment of Inflows

Interception and Diversion of Nalas – Total (7) I&Ds

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I&D Prakash Nagar

I&D Picket

I&D Necklace Road

Interception & Diversion Structures

I&D Balkapur

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Construction Of Sewerage Facilities

Sewage Diversion

  • 1600 mm dia Ring Sewer main of length of 2.5 Km from Necklace road to Manhole No. 88 of Duplicate K&S Main opposite to Sailors Club for diverting the Kukatpally Nala flows
  • Diversion Trunk Main at Rangadhamini of length 1.15 km
  • 1400 mm dia Balanagar Sewage Trunk Main of a length of 4.85 km from the confluence point of Jeedimetla and Kukatpally Nala to Ring Sewer at Necklace road
  • Sewer Network over a length of 15.05 Km in Cantonment area is taken up under 4 Packages by HMWS&SB

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Sewage Diversion – During works in progress

1400 mm diaBalanagar Main – Reach-I

Pipe jacking technique inside the Begumpet Airport

1600mm Pipe Jacking

1600mm Ring Main Pipe laying

1400 mm diaBalanagar Main – Reach-II

Railway Crossing by box pushing technique

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2. Treatment of Inflows

SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS

  • 30 MLD at Picket Nala – Opp: Kims – Tertiary Treatment
  • 20 MLD on Balkapur Nala - adj. Khairatabad Flyover – Upgradation – Tertiary level – Membrane treatment
  • 5 Mld on RangadhaminiCheruvu
  • Treated good quality water is let in the lake
  • For maintaining water balance in the lake
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30 MLD STP at PICKET

5 MLD STP at Rangadhamini

STPs

20 MLD STP at Khairatabad

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I&Ds and STPs

I&D at Necklace Road

20 MLD STP at Balkapur Nala

30 MLD STP at Picket Nala

5 MLD STP at Rangadhamani Cheruvu

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3. IMPROVEMENT IN QUALITY OF LAKE WATER

I . Dredging of Sediments at mouth of Nalas

  • 4 Dredging zones
  • At the confluence points of Nalas
  • Total quantity of 10 Lakh Cum.
  • Dredging commences shortly at (3) Sites
  • Dredged material is first dumped at Temporary site for abot (7) days
  • Permanent dumping site at Jawaharnagar

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hussain sagar lake dredging zones

3. IMPROVEMENT IN QUALITY OF LAKE WATER

HUSSAIN SAGAR LAKE DREDGING ZONES

i. Dredging of Sediments at mouth of Nalas

KUKATPALLY NALA = 3,50,000 CUM

PICKET NALA = 3,09,989 CUM

BANJARA NALA = 1,52,712 CUM

BALKAPUR NALA = 1,86,913 CUM

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3. IMPROVEMENT IN QUALITY OF LAKE WATER

ii. Aeration and Oxidation

Fountains 7 No.s are installed with objective to improve the dissolved oxygen content in the lake.

Proposals for Oxidation of Sediment in the Lake Bed.

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4. Protection of Lakes and Nalas in Catchment Areas

TO MUMBAI

NH 7

Catchment area 240 Sqkms

To Medal

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Panthulu Cheruvu

  • Ramamma Cheruvu
  • Poora Cheruvu
  • Pedda Cheruvu
  • Fox Sagar
  • Chintal Cheruvu
  • AmbeCheruvu

Qutubullapur Kunta

  • Kotha (Alwal) Cheruvu
  • To Mumbai
  • NH 9
  • Yellamma Cheruvu

Chinna naray(Rayan) Cheruvu

  • NallaCheruvu
  • To Mumbai
  • Rangadhamuni
  • Cheruvu
  • Boin Tan (Hasmathpet)
  • Kamuni
  • cheruvu
  • Maisamma
  • Cheruvu
  • Sudulavani Kunta

To Sec-Bad

KBR Cheruvu

Hussain Sagar

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4. Protection of Lakes and Nalas in Catchment Areas

  • There are about 80 lakes in the catchment area of Hussainsagar Lake.
  • Total catchment area 240 sq km
  • spread over Kukatpally , Yousoufguda , Qutbullapur, Bowenpally , Balanagar, Jeedemetla, &Alwal.
  • Proposed to take by up Protection categorizing into the following.
      • Lakes > 10 hectares
      • Lakes <10 Ha but Prominent & Prone for Encroachment
      • Lakes of 10 hectares below

Rangadhamini Lake.

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Slum Improvement

  • 1. 22 slums around Hussansagar taken up
  • Through (4) NGOs CARE , SukukiExnora,
  • CHATRI, APSA NGO
  • 2. Solid Waste Management
    • Provision of infrastructure (tri cycles, dumper bins)
    • Proper Disposal of Solid Waste with Subraks
  • 3. Community toilets
    • New Constructions
    • Repairs to the existing
  • 4. Health and Sanitation
    • Health camps

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PUBLIC AWARENESS AND PARTICIPATION

  • Pamphlets, Poster , Door / wall stickers, Banners, Brouchers
  • Kalajatha programs , Awareness meetings, Exhibition
  • Lake walk & Rallies (WED) on the necklace road
  • Propaganda through Mike announcements
  • Promotion of Clay Ganesh Idols
  • Vendors Meeting around the HS lake on “ say no to Plastics”.
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Creation of People’s Movement for Restoration and Preservation of HussainSagar Lake

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Creation of People’s Movement for Restoration and Preservation of HussainSagar Lake

  • Water Literacy amongst Stake Holders
  • Stakeholder’s Involvement: Residents, Corporate, Students, Celebrities, NGOs
  • Awareness Creation: Signage, Hoardings, Radio, Films
  • Ads in Press, Media etc
  • Workshops, Meetings, , Debates, Talks
  • Painting, quiz, Walks, Runs etc
  • Social Media set up – Face book, Twitter
  • Invite public participation
  • Ultimate goal - Neat & Clean Hussainsagar through people’s initiative

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Help in restoring the Glory of Hussainsagar Lake

INVITED

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