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  • 1. REVIEW MEETING REVIEW MEETING BY BY The Hon’ble Chief Minister The Hon’ble Chief Minister on on Activities of HMWSSB Activities of HMWSSB 24.11.2007 24.11.2007MUNCIPAL ADMINISTRATION AND URBAN DEVELOPMENTMUNCIPAL ADMINISTRATION AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENT GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH 1
  • 2. ONGOING PRJOECTS JNNURM 2
  • 3. ONGOING JNNURM PROJECTSSl. Approved Cost STATUS Name of the Project (Rs. in Crores)No.1 Pipeline Project from Sahebnagar to 94.93 Completed Prashasan Nagar2 Pipeline Project from L.B.Nagar to 81.20 80% Completed Marredpally3 Building Additional Storage Reservoirs on 29.81 In Progress North of Musi – 50.5 ML at 7 locations4 Building Additional Storage Reservoirs on 33.55 In Progress South of Musi – 49.50 ML at 7 locations Sub-Total 239.495 Krishna Drinking Water Supply Project 817.62 Partially Phase-II commissioned (Awaiting sanction. Going before CCEA) for 45 Mgd 3
  • 4. Pipeline Project from Sahebnagar to Prashasan Nagar (Ring Main-1) for Diversion of Krishna water Pump House - Completed 6 ML capacity GLSR - Mailardevpally i) Project Cost - Rs.94.93 Crores ii) Physical Progress - Completed iii) Financial Progress - Rs.81.09 Cr. (Board share - Rs.47.47 Cr + Rs.13.92 IR) iv) Funds Released - Rs.19.70 Cr. (GoI - Rs.8.31 + GoAP-Rs.11.392) 4
  • 5. The major areas that served with Krishna water through Ring Main-1 Quantity Popln Benefitedi) Balapur / Chandrayanguttaii) Hyderabad International Airport - 15 Mgd 4.00 Lakhsiii) Salala Barkasiv) Maisaramv) Rajendranagar Municipality - 3 Mgd 1.75 Lakhsvi) Madhapur, Serilingampally Municipality - 27 Mgd 2.00 Lakhsvii) Kukatpally & Borabanda (Part) 2.25 Lakhs ------------ ------------------- Total 45 Mgd 10.00 Lakhs ------------ ------------------- On Commissioning, the outcomes of the pipeline project are:  Supplies improve in peripheral areas.  Per capita availability in the above areas would become 150 lpcd. 5
  • 6. Diversion of Krishna Water to Secunderabad (Marredpally and Mahindra Hills) – Ring Main-2Laid 1600mm MS pipeline 9ML GLSR – At Mahindra Hillsi) Project Cost - Rs.81.20 Croresii) Physical Progress - 80% completed a) Pipeline - 20.37 km - 87% completed ( 17.725 Km) b) Pump House - 93% completed. Misc.works in progress c) Pumping Plant - Work let out. Procurement of pumps is in process d) 9 ML GLSR - 70% completed. Balance in progressiii) Financial Progress - Rs.36.38 Cr.iv) Funds Released - Rs.16.854 Cr. (GoI – Rs.7.11 + GoAP – 9.744 )v) Target Date for completion - Jan’2008 6
  • 7. 9ML GLSR – At Mahindra Hills 1600mm MS pipelineThe major areas that served with Krishna water through Ring Main-2 Quantity Population benefited i) Uppal area - 6.5 Mgd 1.40 Lakhs ii) Kapra Municipal Area - 8.0 Mgd 2.00 Lakhs iii) Malkajgiri - 9.0 Mgd 3.00 Lakhs iv) Secunderabad Cantonment- 8.5 Mgd 2.72 Lakhs v) Secunderabad - 1.0 Mgd vi) Marredpally / Mettuguda Part- 3.5 Mgd 5.88 Lakhs vii) Lalaguda / Mettuguda Part - 8.5 Mgd ----------- ------------------ Total - 45 Mgd 15.0 Lakhs ----------- ------------------ On Commissioning, the outcomes of the pipeline project are:  Areas of Uppal, Kapra, Malkajgiri, Secunderabad Cantonment will get additional supplies. 7  Increase in per capita supply to 150 lpcd.
  • 8. Grid Improvement Works – Building Additional Storage Reservoirs- North of Musi 13ML GLSR at Miralam 3ML GLSR – At Patigadda i) Cost - Rs.29.81 Crores ii) Status: a) Reservoirs sanctioned -7 Nos b) Tenders finalized - 6 Nos c) Works in progress - 6 Nos d) Tender Stage - 1 No iv) Target date for completion- March / May’2008 v) Benefits - - Storage capacity of 50.50 ML would be created - Supplies would improve in the above reservoir command areas 8
  • 9. Grid Improvement Works – Building Additional Storage Reservoirs- South of Musi 2ML GLSR at Bandlaguda i) Cost - Rs.33.55 Crores ii) Status: a) Reservoirs sanctioned - 7 Nos b) Tenders finalized - 7 Nos c) Works in progress - 6 Nos d) Land dispute - 1 No Target date for completion- March / May’2008 iv) Benefits - - Storage capacity of 49.5 ML would be created - Supplies would improve in the above reservoir command areas 9
  • 10. KRISHNA DRINKING WATER SUPPLY PROJECT Ph-IIi) Cost - Rs.817.62 Croresii) Components: a) Water Treatment Plant - 1 No (90 Mgd) b) Pipeline (2375/2200mm) - 110 Km c) Pump Houses - 3 Nos d) Pumping Plants - 3 Nos e) Clear Water Reservoirs - 6 Nosiii) Physical Progress: - Project partially commissioned and at present 40 Mgd is being drawn. Full commissioning is expected by Jan’08 on completion of Ring Main-2iv) Financial Progress: - Rs. 662.93 Cr. (Rs.491.44 GoAP Grant + Rs.171.49 Cr. Board share )v) Funds Released - Rs.491.44 Cr. (GoI – Nil + GoAP -Nil ) 10
  • 11. 11
  • 12. LAID MS PIPELINE CFL-1 – 410 MLD WTP - KODANDAPURPUMPING INSTALLATIONS - GODAKONDLA OVER VIEW OF MBR 12 - GUNGAL
  • 13. NEW PRJOECTSJNNURM 13
  • 14. NEW PROJECTS - SANCTIONEDSl. Approved Cost STATUS Name of the Project (Rs. in Crores)No.A Water Supply1 Providing Flow, Level and 9.90 Tenders finalization stage Chlorine measurements and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition System (SCADA) for All Reservoirs and bulk supply pipe lines in the entire system of HMWSSBB Sewer Sector:1 Implementation of Sewerage 148.81 For Package-1 work let out Master Plan in Zone-1 of MCH Package-2 Retenders invited area, North of Musi Package-3 – Tenders under evaluation & will be placed before TC shortly.2 Implementation of Sewerage 251.25 Detailed estimates under Master Plan in Zone-2 of MCH preparation. area, North of Musi Tenders to be called 14
  • 15. NEW PROJECTS – DPRs SUBMISSION / APPROVAL STAGE CostSl. (Rs. in Name of the Project SectorNo. Crores)I. DPRs SUBMITTED TO GOI AND UNDER APPRAISAL1 Implementation of Sewerage Master Plan in Serilingampally Sewerage 200.00 Municipality2 Achieving Energy Efficiency for Pumping Stations under Water 33.00 distribution network of HMWSSB Supply3 Providing inlet & outlet mains to the proposed additional storage Water 230.00 water reservoirs for distribution of water in the identified zones of Supply North & South of Musi river under MCH limitsII. DPRs UNDER SUBMISSION1 Laying of Trunk Mains from Master Balancing Reservoir to Water 178.00 Service Reservoirs (Augmentation of Transmission Network Supply Supplying Water to Primary Service Reservoirs)2 Rehabilitation And Strengthening (upsizing) of Sewerage System Sewerage 250.00 in Zone-IV on North of Musi in MCH Area (i.e Catchments N11, N13, N14, N15, N16 & N32, N34 ) TOTAL 891.00 15
  • 16. SEWERAGESTATUS OF NEW PRJOECTS SANCTIONED JNNURM 16
  • 17. Providing Flow, Level and Chlorine measurements and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition System (SCADA) for All Reservoirs and bulk supply pipe lines in the entire system of HMWSSB  Project Cost - Rs.9.90 Crores  Major components of work: Sl.No. Item Description Quantity 1 Flow Meters 170 Nos 2 Level Indicators 80 Nos 3 Residual Chlorine analyzer 80 Nos 4 Remote Terminal Unit (RTU) 80 Nos 5 Large Video Screen & SCADA 1 Lot 6 Chambers 170 Nos Present Status - Tenders being placed before the Tender Committee for approval Period of implementation - 12 Months Expected Outcomes - On completion of the project, the UFW from i) Source to Master Balancing Reservoirs & ii) MBRs to Service Reservoirs can be assessed and remedial measures can be taken 17
  • 18. Sewerage Master Plan for Zone-1 on South of Musi Project Cost - Rs.148.81 Crores Project Area - 20 Sqkm Total Length - 148 Kms - Main Sewers- 14.861 Km - Sub-Mains- 22.904 Km - Laterals - 111.963 Km The major areas covered under Zone-1 Proposals are; Kishanbagh; Gowlipura; Bahadurpura; Tadbun; Pardhiwada; Hussaini-Alum and Mir Chowk. Population covered - 5.80 Lakhs Present Status : Tenders for Package-1 finalized & work let out on 13-11-07. For Package-2 – Tender Stage For Package-3 – Tender received is under evaluation Period of completion - 2 Years Expected Outcomes - 100% Networkcoverage 18
  • 19. Sewerage Master Plan for Zone-2 on South of Musi Project Cost - Rs.251.25 Crores Project Area - 30.65 Sqkm Total Length of sewers - 222 Kms (Main Sewers, Sub-Mains & Laterals) The major areas covered under Zone-1 Proposals are; Chandrayangutta; Yakutpura; Saidabad & Malakpet etc. Population covered - 8.40 Lakhs Present Status - DPR approved byCSMC, JNNURM, GoI, in its meeting held on 17-8-2007 GoAP has been addressed seeking Administrative Approval Detailed estimates under preparation Period of completion - 3 Years Expected Outcomes - 100% Networkcoverage 19
  • 20. Abatement of Pollution of River Musi at Hyderabad(Under National River Conservation Plan Assistance) 20
  • 21. NRCD PROJECT Abatement of Pollution of River Musi at Hyderabad• Project Objective: To contain dry weather flows (sewage) entering into river Musi from 18 Nos of open nalas on either side of river To transmit the same to nearest Sewage Treatment Plants through conveying mains To treat the sewage to river disposable standards and let into the river Musi to maintain the river ecology• Project Cost - Rs.335.655 Cr. Funding Pattern: GOI Share (70%) - Rs.234.958 Cr. GoAP Share (30%) - Rs.100.696 Cr. 21
  • 22. MAIN COMPONENTS: Construction of 18 Interception & Diversion (I&D) Structures Laying of Conveying Mains to nearby STPs – 33 Km Constructions of 4 STPs of 592 Mld Capacity 22
  • 23. PROGRESS OF THE NRCD PROJECT 23
  • 24. 339 Mld STP at Amberpet Present Status - 84% completed Likely date of commissioning - 31st Dec’2007 Inlet works Inlet Channel 24
  • 25. UASB ReactorsAerated Lagoon Polishing 25 Pond
  • 26. 172 Mld STP at Nagole Present Status - 67% completed Likely date of commissioning - 31st Mar’2008 07-16-2007 UASB Reactors 26
  • 27. 07-16-2007Aerated Lagoon – Bund Formation Rising Main Sludge Drying Beds 27
  • 28. 30 Mld STP at Nallacheruvu Present Status - 40% completed Likely date of commissioning - 31st Mar’2008MPS – In progress Sludge Pump House – In progress 28
  • 29. UASB Reactors 30 Mld STP – In progress 29
  • 30. 51 MLD STP AT ATTAPUR STP Revised Detailed Project Report approved by NRCD duringMarch’2007 for the alternative proposal of combined 51 MldSTP Attapur, with a period of implementation of 18 months. Present Status - Tenders stage Likely date of completion - By end of Dec’2008 30
  • 31. 51 MLD STP AT ATTAPUR STP – LAND ACQUISITION ISSUE Regular award passed for an extent of Ac 47 by theRevenue Authorities Land owners demanded higher compensation After due deliberations with the land owners, it was agreed forpayment of Rs.35.00 Lakhs per acre and referred the matter to LokAdalat. Above proposal may be agreed and HMWSSB may go ahead with finalization 31
  • 32. Interception and Diversion Structures  Total - 16 Nos  Completed - 10 Nos (62.5%)  In Progress - 5 Nos  Tender Stage - 1 NoHigh Court Nala – South of Musi 32 Puranapool Nala – North of Musi
  • 33. Puranapool – South of Musi Puranapool – North of Musi 33Afzalsagar – North of Musi Murkinala – South of Musi
  • 34. Conveying Mains – 33.44 Km Ramanthapur main - 8.00 Kms Completed. NIS main - 4.00 Kms Completed. SIS main (Pack-1) - 4.06 Kms Completed SIS main (Pack-2) - 4.30 Kms 4.26 Km completed & balance in progress SIS main (Pack-3) - 5.2 Kms 2.86 Km completed & balance in progress Dupl. ‘A’ Main (Pack-1) - 5.00 Km Tender Stage (Trench less technology) 34 NIS Conveying Main
  • 35. SIS Conveying MainSIS Conveying Main 35
  • 36. FINANCIAL PROGRESS Funds released Expenditure incurred Total Cost upto Oct’2007 Source so far (Rs. Cr.) (Rs. Cr.) (Rs. Cr.)GoI 234.958 134.95 125.349GoAP 100.696 64.08 53.721TOTAL 335.655 199.03 179.07 36
  • 37. Godavari Drinking Water Supply Project For meeting future water demand, Consultancy job entrusted to M/s.WAPCOS, New Delhi, for preparation of Detailed Project Reports (DPRs) for Ph-I, II & III of GDWSP.The main components of the proposed Ph-I of GDWSS Project are as follows:i) Intake arrangements, Construction of WTP, Construction of Reservoirs (including MBRs) and Pump Houses, Laying pipeline to transmit water to the City from Yellampaly.ii) Improving impounding Reservoirs 37
  • 38. Preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) for GDWSP Ph-I - STATUSThe status of preparation of Detailed Project Report (DPR) for GDWSP Ph-I isas below: Location of Intake arrangements, WTP, reservoirs (CWRs), pumping stations and MBRs are finalized. Topographical and Geo-Technical survey is in progress. Out of 191 Kms,165 Kms survey is completed and the balance survey will be completed bymiddle of Dec’2007. The job of detailed Civil, Mechanical & Electrical system design of Intake, pumping Stations WTP, Services etc., is commenced and is in progress and will be completed by end of Dec’2007. Preparation of detailed estimates & bid documents will be completed by end of Dec’2007. On approvals of the Bid documents, tenders will be invited. 38
  • 39. Letters addressed to the following concerned authorities for landacquisition and allocation of water. Secretary I&CAD for allocation of 10 TMC of water at Yellampally Collectors Rangareddy, Medak and Karimnagar Districts forLand Acquisition Defence authorities for alienation of land at Bollaram Forest department for alienating requisite land For Phase-II & III, Source as Pranahitha, Intake arrangements,pipeline alignment will be finalized and the DPRs are expected byend of Mar’2008. For Land Acquisition, collection of village maps and identification of survey numbers is in progress and LA process will commence in Dec’2007. 39
  • 40. Funds Requirement for proposed GDWSP Ph-I :i) Intake structure, WTP, intermediate clear water - Rs.500.00 Cr. reservoirs, pumping stations, terminal / master balancing reservoirsii) Pipelines from Intake to terminal / master - Rs.2,100.00 Cr. balancing reservoir and then to the service reservoirsiii) Land Acquisition – 1500 Hectares - Rs.400.00 Cr. (for reservoirs & pumping stations 500 Ha & For pipelines 1000 Ha) TOTAL - Rs.3,000.00 Cr. 40
  • 41. 41
  • 42. PRESENT WATER SUPPLY STATUS 42
  • 43. HMWSSB SERVICE AREA GHMC Service area - 688.2 sq.kms GHMC Core area - 169.3 sq.kms Peripheral & adjoining Municipal areas - 518.9 Sq.Kms CORE AREA OF GHMC & SURROUNDING MUNICIPALITYS 43
  • 44. SNAP SHOT DETAILS OF WATER SUPPLY• Present Population served : 69.46 Lakhs• Total Supply Quantity : 265 MGD • GHMC CORE AREA : 195 MGD • Surrounding Municipalities : 70 MGD• No of Connections : 5.63 Lakhs• Monthly Revenue : Rs.24 Crores• Total No of Employees : 4900 (Sanctioned 6053) 44
  • 45. PRESENT RESERVOIR LEVELS & STORAGE CAPACITIES Storage capacities Reservoir Levels (in TMC) Name of source (Ft / Mtrs) Maximum level Present level Maximum PresentOsman Sagar 1790.00 1768.600 3.900 0.646Himayat Sagar 1763.50 1734.800 2.967 0.175Singur 1717.85 1711.430 30.000 20.348* 523.600 m 521.618Manjira 1651.75 1651.750 1.500 1.500Akkampally(Krishna Water) 244.200 m 241.000 1.449 0.681 Total: 39.816 23.350* Irrigation Department has proposed to release TMC from Singoor Dam for Ayacut area 45
  • 46. SOURCES MANJIRA OSMANSAGAR HIMAYATSAGAR Commissioned in 1965 / 1981Commissioned in 1920 for 25 Mgd Commissioned in 1927 for 15 Mgd for 15 Mgd & 30 Mgd (Total 45 MGD) SINGUR KDWSP Commissioned in 1991 / 1993 Commissioned in 2004/2007 for 90 for 37 Mgd & 38 Mgd (Total (75 Mgd) Mgd & 90 Mgd 46
  • 47. WATER SUPPLY POSITION FOR GHMCPresently, HMWSSB is drawing water from the following five sources.Sl. Present drawls No Source (in MGD) . 1 Osmansagar 18 2 Himayathsagar 02 3 Manjira (Phase I & II) 45 4 Singur (Phase III & IV) 75 5 Krishna (Phase I & II) 130 Total 270 47
  • 48. Water Supply & Sewerage Status of Surrounding Municipalities 48
  • 49. PRESENT WATER SUPPLY, DEMAND AND DEFICIT IN 12 MUNICIPALITIES Present Geographica Water Piped Water Population Water DeficitSl. Municipality l area Demand Supply (in Lakhs) Supply (in MGD)No. (Sq.Kms) (in MGD) coverage (In MGD)1 Rajendernagar 52.28 1.75 5.80 3.50 2.30 65%2 Serilingampally 99.75 3.00 9.90 8.43 1.47 40%3 Kapra 47.47 2.20 6.60 3.40 3.20 80%4 Malkajgiri 18.50 3.50 8.25 3.22 5.03 85%5 Alwal 26.40 1.67 5.50 2.02 3.48 75%6 Qutbullapur 116.67 3.00 12.00 10.00 2.00 75%7 Uppal 19.71 1.40 4.62 3.75 0.87 60%8 L B Nagar 57.14 4.00 18.00 16.00 2.00 65%9 Gaddiannaram 2.15 0.65 2.14 1.70 0.44 90%10 Kukatpally 44.42 5.00 16.49 15.00 1.49 75%11 Ramachandrapuram 20.00 0.80 2.64 0.60 2.04 65%12 Patancheru 18.00 0.65 2.14 0.48 1.66 40% Total 522.49 27.62 94.08 68.10 25.98 67% 49
  • 50. Strategy• Immediate – To push more water in the network – To strengthen the network • Stage 1 – Off take enhancement proposals: to draw required quantity from HMWSSB transmission mains to meet the current demand. • Stage 2 – Local improvement proposals : Immediate strengthening of existing distribution of water supply to all the customers on par with the standards in GHMC Core area.• Tentative Cost of the Stage I and Stage – II proposals will be about Rs. 100 Crores.• Long term – Stage 3 - Master plan proposals such as Reservoirs, Inlet mains, outlet mains to be taken up – DPRs under preparation 50
  • 51. STATEMENT SHOWING THE WORKS SANCTIONED IN SURROUNDING MUNICIPALITIES STAGE - I PROPOSALS OFFTAKE ENHANCEMENT Works Amount Rs.inSl No Name of Municipality Remarks Sanctioned Lakh 1 Uppal 2 30.00 2 Kapra 2 27.00 Tender Process 3 Alwal 5 405.00 4 Malkajgiri 7 192.00 5 Qutubullapur 11 425.00 8 Estimate Under Process 6 Serilingampally 6 343.00 Estimate Under Process 7 Kukatpally 14 494.00 8 Patancheru 3 63.00 9 RC Puram 2 72.00 Tender Process 10 Rajendranagar 5 710.00 11 LB Nagar 0 0.00 Proposals under formulation 12 Gaddiannaram 0 0.00 TOTAL 57 2761.00 Note: Stage – II Proposal are under formulation 51
  • 52. Proposed Daily Water Supply. 52
  • 53. PROPOSED ACTION PLANCore City of GHMC.• To convert present alternate day supply to Daily water supply by1. Providing additional quantity of 37 MGD from Krishna Phase – II2. Laying alternative feeder mains to 10 service reservoirs (Santhoshnagar, Aliabad, Misrigunj, Jubilee Hills, Sreenivasanagar, Taranaka, Red Hills, Thatikhanna, Bogulkunta, Ghodekikabar)3. Taking up network strengthening. (Additional outlet mains, Laying Parallel higher distribution mains, Installing Higher capacity of pumps sets and Certain inter connections) 53
  • 54. Making available additional quantities at source.• Requirement of Quantities to be supplemented to each O&M Division / Service Reservoirs are assessed.• The total requirement of Quantity is available from Krishna Phase-II source.• Action needed - Additional pumps of Krishna Phase-II to be operated. 54
  • 55. • The tentative amount required for conversion of present alternate day supply to daily supply for Minor and Medium interventions such as Critical interconnections, Small Feeder mains, Pumps & Motors replacement etc., works out to Rs.72.00 Crore 55
  • 56. Progress of Work• No of Works identified So far : 404 Nos• Estimated Amount : Rs. 50 Crores• Estimates in Process : 135 Works• Tendering Stage : 197 Works• Works in Progress : 48 Works• Works Completed : 24 Works 56
  • 57. SEWERAGE SYSTEM 57
  • 58. SNAP SHOT DETAILS OF SEWERAGE ERSTWHILE MCH Service Area - 169.31 Sqkm Existing Sewerage System covered area - 70% Trunk & Main Sewers of 600 mm dia & above - 572 Km Lateral Sewers – 300 mm dia & below - 1900 Km Existing Treatment Facilities - i) Primary treatment at Amberpet - 113 Mld ii) Secondary Treatment Plant at HS Lake - 20 Mld 58
  • 59. SEWERAGE PIPE NETWORK Length of Trunk Sewer Mains - 572 Km Length of Branch & Lateral Sewers - 2200 Km No of Sewer Manholes - 1,20,000 Nos Type of materials - SWG / RCC / DI Capacity of Existing STPs - 123 Mld 59
  • 60. DEMAND – DEFICIT AS PER MASTER PLAN PREPARED BY M/s.AIC Ltd., MUMBAI (ERSTWHILE MCH)Sl. Facilities Demand for Present Deficit the year Availability andNo under (2021) implementation in various projects1 Sewage Treatment 1456 20 + 592 844 Plant (MLD)2 Trunk Sewers, Main 995 Kms 572 Kms 423 Kms Sewers, Branch Sewers (above 300 mm diameter)3 Laterals (300 mm 2722 Kms 1900 Kms 822 Kms diameter and below) 60
  • 61. Existing Sewerage System in Surrounding Municipalities• The surrounding Municipalities at present are not covered with any sewerage facility except in Uppal area. The overall network coverage is around 20% and most of the municipalities are covered in partial and connected to septic tank system. There is no regular sewerage system.• The Conceptual Design Reports (CDR’s) and Master Plan is got prepared through M/s Montgomery Watson Harza Consultants India Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai During 1995.• For implementing the proposals, review and updation of Sewerage Master Plan for 12 Municipalities is Under Way. 61
  • 62. EXISTING SEWERAGE SYSTEM COVERAGE IN SURROUNDING MUNICIPALITIES SewerageSl. No. Name of the Municipality Area in Sq. Kms. Coverage 1 Serilingampally 96.99 0 2 Alwal 26.32 20% 3 Kapra 43.81 35% 4 Kukatpally 43.12 38% 5&6 L.B. Nagar & 66.73 83% Gaddiannaram 7 Malkajgiri 16.75 10% 8 Qutubullapur 52.02 20% 9 Rajendranagar 50.87 10% 10 Uppal 21.97 95% 11 Ramachandrapuram 30.49 -- 12 Patancheru 15.06 -- Total 464.13 25% 62
  • 63. SHORT TERM AND LONG TERM MEASURES TO BRIDGE THE GAP IN SEWERGE FACILITY IN 12 MUNCIPALITIES• Net work coverage• Rehabilitation of old Sewers• Laying of New Trunk Main Sewers• Construction of Sewerage Treatment Plants• Recycle and reuse of treated waste water 63
  • 64. • Sewerage Master Plan of Serilingampally Municipality• Consultancy job awarded to M/s Descon Associate Architect & Engineers, Hyderabad and M/s PBS Consultancy Services, Hyderabad and the DPR Prepared by the Consultants:• Project Cost - Rs. 200.00 Crores• Length od Sewer mains - 375 Kms• Present Status - DPR Submitted to GOI Under Appraisal Stage• Period of Implementation - 3 YearsOther Municipalities:• Consultancy offers received for the balance 11 Municipalites Viz; Kukatpally, Quthbullapur, Malkajgiri, Kapra, Alwal, Uppal, L B Naagr Gaddinaram, Rajendernagar, Patancherru, and Ramchandrapuram; are finalized and job will be let out within 2 to 3 days for carrying out Detailed Engineering Survey including preparation of Detailed Project Reports (DPR’s)• The DPR’s for each of the 11 Municipalities are expected to be ready by end of Nov’ 2007 for submission to JNNURM, GOI, for funding. 64
  • 65. KEY ISSUES AND CHALLENGES Implementation of Comprehensive Master Plan for Sewerage Low sewerage network coverage Data on access sewerage connections not available No comprehensive sewerage quality studies Inadequate sewerage treatment facilities resulting discharge of untreated sewage into water bodies Recycling and reuse of waste water 65
  • 66. OUTCOMES• Prevention of health related diseases in peri urban slums• Prevention of pollution of nearby water bodies including river Musi• Increase in network coverage area and access to moreconsumers• O&M cost recovery• By enhancing the wastewater treatment facilities, the qualify of life of downstream users of river Musi gets improved. 66
  • 67. HMWSS & BOARD FINANCIALS 67
  • 68. Financial Performance 2006-07 (Rs.in Lak hs) Particulars Actuals % to IncomeIncome Water Cess 24600.16 71.46% New connection charges 8690.26 25.24% Sub-Total 33290.42 96.70% Other Income 1136.50 3.30% Total 34426.92 100.00%Expenditure Salaries,Wages & benefits 10050.36 29.19% Power & Electricity 11144.63 32.37% Chemicals 209.14 0.61% Operational Maintenance Expenses 8696.21 25.26% Administrative Expenses 1378.91 4.01% Total 31479.25 91.44%Surplus before Interest & Depreciation 2947.67 8.56%Less:Interest: Interest on Loans 4058.72 11.79% Less: Interest Capitalised (223.50) Net Interest 3,835.22 11.14%Surplus after Interest but before Depreciation (887.55) -2.58%Less Depreciation 3393.11 9.85%Net Surplus/Deficit (4,280.66) -12.43%Repayment for Loan Instalment 4,164.72Deficit after Loan Repayment (8,445.38) 68
  • 69. Performance 2006-07: Highlights• Revenue • 15% growth in revenue • All time high in demand from 19 crores to 21 crores per month. • Increase in revenue by Rs 35.09 crores over the last year. • Collection efficiency as high as 93% in Nov ‘06• Expenditure • 41% increase in power cost due to KDWSP full drawl from Phase I (Rs 33 crores increase after KDWSP) • Gross surplus of Rs 29.48crores (Rs 28.85cr in 2005-06) 69
  • 70. Break-up of Expenditure for 2006-07 (Rs crores) O&M (Inc.works) 23% Rs.89.05 crs Staff Cost 26% Depreciation Rs.100.50 crs 9% ` ``` Rs.33.93 crs Admin cost 4% Interest Rs.13.79 crs 10% Power Rs.38.35 crs 29% Rs.111.45 crs 70
  • 71. Growth of Income (Rs in Crores) 15% growth 400 350 344.27Rs in Crores 300 300.83 271.77 250 216.74 200 212.56 150 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 Income 134.8 212.56 216.74 271.77 300.83 344.27 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 71
  • 72. Annual Financial Statement 2007-08 (Rs.in lak hs) 2007-08 Particulars Budget % to IncomeIncome Water Cess 30675.00 76.35% New connection charges 8400.00 20.91% Sub-Total 39075.00 97.26% Other Income 1100.00 2.74% Total 40175.00 100.00%Expenditure Salaries,Wages & benefits 11443.64 28.48% Power & Electricity 16497.00 41.06% Chemicals 360.00 0.90% Operational Maintenance Expenses 9742.00 24.25% Administrative Expenses 1817.00 4.52% Total 39859.64 99.22%Surplus before Interest & Depreciation 315.36 0.78%Less:Interest: Interest on Loans 4037.33 10.05% Less: Interest Capitalised 556.83 1.39% Net Interest 3,480.50 8.66%Surplus after Interest but before Depreciation (3,165.14) -7.88%Less Depreciation 5053.00 12.58%Net Surplus/Deficit (8,218.14) -20.46%Repayment of Principal payment (5,815.00)total 72 (14,033.14)
  • 73. Budget 2007-08: Highlights• Projected growth in income 17%• 23% increase of Water cess revenue at existing tariff• Estimated 25% increase in expenditure• Mainly due to increase in power cost – KDWSP I & II (From Rs 9.29 Crs to Rs 13.75 Crs/pm))• Projected gross surplus of Rs 3 crores (Net deficit Rs 82 Crs due to interest and depreciation burden of Rs 35crores & Rs 50 Crores, respectively) 73
  • 74. Income – Expenditure (Rs in Crores) 500 450 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08Income 134.8 212.56 216.74 271.77 300.83 344.27 401.75Expenditure 163.28 189.74 206.17 264.84 337.61 353.15 433.41 Income Expenditure 74
  • 75. Options for funding deficit Immediate Power subsidy by -50% reduction in the rate – Rs.82 crores 2007-08 Debt service support for 2 years – Rs.93 crores 2007-08 – Rs.102 crores 2008-09 Long Term Share of property Tax and betterment charges from GHMC and HUDA on the lines of Chennai Metro water Board 75
  • 76. Tariff rationalization - ProposalsTariff Cess issues : 1) Housing Colonies – Currently all housing colonies are treated on par without any distinction. – Proposal to introduce new category to charge higher rates i.e., townships, Luxury gated housing colonies etc., which have better ability to pay. – Currently housing colonies are charged @ Rs.6/- per KL irrespective of number of houses. – Proposed to revise minimum charges based on number of houses and charge as per the slabs applicable individual houses whichever is higher. 76
  • 77. Contd…2) Levy of sewerage Cess :• Premises which do not have water supply connection, shall be charged sewerage cess as per the slab rates and categories: 77
  • 78. Levy of Sewerage Cess for premises not having Water Supply connection SEWERAGE TARIFF PROPOSAL Particulars Bangalore Chennai Hyderabad (Proposed) Rs.400 per annum. Payable inIndividual domestic Rs.50 per month Rs.50 per month advance on half yearly basis (as per tariff june2002 Rs.50 per flat per month payable inApartment (Domestic) Rs.50 per flat advance on Quarterly basis. Rs.300 per month Rs.400 per monthApartment ( Non-domestic) Rs.500 per month per H.P per H.P per H.P Rs.200 per month Payable in advanceNon-domestic (entire premises Rs.300 per month Rs.150 per month on Quarterly basis upto 600 sq.mtrsused for non-domestic purposes plinth area. i) Upto 600 Sq mtrs and above minimum Rs.500 per month plusCommercial complexes, Office excess of the area above 600 Sq mtrscomplexes & Shopping malls, @ Rs.100 per each additional 100 SqCinema halls, Function halls, Star mtrs.Hotels, Lodges, Hostels, Clubs, ii) 1000 Sq.mtrs. and above plinth areaBars & Restaurants, Hospitals and minimum Rs.1500 per month plusevery other premises not used for excess of the area above 1000domestic purpose Sq.mtrs. @ Rs.150 per each additional 100 Sq.mtrs. 78
  • 79. Contd…3) 2nd Water Supply connection (additional) :Eligibility :• Domestic customers only (excluding MSB’s, complexes etc)• Size restricted to ½” onlyConnection charges:• One and half times the normal connection charges both for water and sewerage to encourage genuine second connections to the same premises.Billing:• combined consumption of both the connections would be aggregated to determine the slab at which the water rate should be charged.• In case one of the meters is not working, the highest combined consumption immediately preceding the billing cycle would be billed.4) New Classification for connections and for billing :• Separate classification for connection charges and tariff for residential townships (consisting of bunglows, Villas, high rise buildings, club houses, commercial establishments).• Separate category for the purposes of connection charges in respect of Commercial Complexes with minimum tariff rate of Rs.20/- per KL (cost of water being Rs.18/- per KL) 79
  • 80. HMWSS & BOARD STAFF ISSUES 80
  • 81. HMWSSB – PENSION AND GRATUITY TO EMPLOYEES Total No of Employees – 4900 Total No of Pensioners – 1458 Yearly Pension 7.0 crores Pension and Gratuity paid as per A.P. Pension Rules from out of Board Revenues. Accrued past pension liability arrived at Rs.250 crores as per actuarial valuation. 81
  • 82. ADOPTION OF UNIFORM PENSION POLICY Employees appointed after 1989 to get pension on par with the existing employees under Uniform Pension Policy. Creation of separate Trust for Pension, Gratuity & Provident Fund Funding modalities to meet future liability. Need to create corpus fund. Initial contribution for the past liability to be contributed by GOAP – Prior to Board constitution- 67. crores 82
  • 83. HR LABOUR ( SEWERAGE) – STATUS H.R.Labour transferred to HMWSSB by MCH along with sewerage system in 1987. Discharging sewerage functions. Currently 534 deployed through Contractors and working since 15 years. Labour Court awarded in favour of workers for regularisation. Appeal by the Board to Hon’ble High Court dismissed. Approached Hon’ble Supreme court challenging Hon’ble High Court. 83
  • 84. NMR EMPLOYEES – STATUS TOTAL No. of NMRs – 106 working since more than 15 years. Recognized Union demand regularization against existing vacant post. 84
  • 85. Staff Issues Permission from the Govt. awaited for sanction of following Posts  One Chief General Manager  Four General Managers  Eight Dy. General Manager 85
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