Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Water Treatment Plant to be setup by Chennai firm for Delhi Games

City-based VA Tech Wabag, a Rs.574-crore turnkey contracting company, will commission a water treatment plant in Delhi early next year for the 2010 Commonwealth Games.

The plant, with a capacity to treat a million gallons a day, will meet the water needs of the estimated 8,000 athletes and support staff from 71 countries participating at the Games, to be held next October.

“The Rs.35-crore order will be executed six months ahead of the Commonwealth Games,” company managing director Rajiv Mittal told reporters Monday.

Mittal said his company was also in the process of implementing four projects worth around Rs.600 crore for Delhi Jal Board, the authority looking after the national capital’s water needs.
According to him, the group has a global order book position of around Rs.2, 000 crore.


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