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Restoration of Urban Blue Acres_Green Water Revoln. Pune

Restoration of Urban Blue Acres

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Restoration of Urban Blue Acres_Green Water Revoln. Pune

  1. 1. Mr. Yeshwant Kulkarni Managing Director, GWRPL Presented At WRI India Ross Center & MAUD, GOVT. of Telangana Eco-technology to Increase Nature’s Happiness Index Engineering Design and Execution By : Green Water Revolution Pvt. Ltd. Pune
  2. 2. Current situation of rivers and lakes
  3. 3. • Inadequacy of urban local bodies in collection, conveyance, and treatment of wastewaters generated in their notified areas. • Poor implementation of pollution control laws in urban and industrial sectors; • Not only wastewaters but solid wastes are also disposed off near or in the water bodies. • Encroachment on flood plains of streams and rivers and basins of ponds & lakes by developers, massive changes in cities watershed. • Severe pollution of ground water near polluted rivers & lakes. • Poor communities are exposed to various diseases due to chemical and biological pollution especially the down stream of cities. Issues of water pollution in urban areas of India
  4. 4. Targets
  5. 5. Land Electricity Chemicals Infrastructure Odor Conventional Solutions
  6. 6. “Eco-technology is defined as an applied science that seeks to fulfill human needs while causing minimal ecological disruption, by harnessing and subtly manipulating natural forces to leverage their beneficial effects” -Wikipedia ECOTECHNOLOGY Chemical Sciences and Engineering Life Sciences and Engineering Earth Sciences and Engineering Water Restoration What is Eco-Technology?
  7. 7. • Water bodies not just as suppliers of clean water and recipients of wastewater, but more importantly as “ecosystems”. • Nature has her own methods of dealing with problems and these methods have the most optimal efficiencies. All our technologies have emerged from the recognition of this fact. • All growing cities need cost effective and less energy intensive treatment methodology to control their pollution emanating from point and non-point sources. • Eco-technological treatment systems are used for the treatment of polluted waters from point (domestic/industrial units) and non-point sources (River, lake, streams etc). • The eco-technological treatment systems - vertical filtration systems for point sources and horizontal filtration systems for non point sources, promise the result with minimal electricity as compared to conventional aerobic or anaerobic treatment systems. Introduction to Eco-technologies
  8. 8. • Due Ecotechnological horizontal filtration system the pollutants from the stream water decreases and automatically reduces the pollution load on the conventional STP’s and ETP’s. • Efficiency of the Conventional WTP’s and STP’s also increases. • Due to this filtration system ground water recharge also increases. • Soil scape filtration - Vertical eco-filtration system treats the wastewater from the residential ,commercial areas ,this treated water can reused ,ultimately reduces the per day water demand. • As these technologies not require no chemicals, no machineries ,it is cost effective. • For the Smart city development the pollution level from the environment should be decreases by using cost effective eco- technologies. Advantages of Eco-Technology
  9. 9. Living System in action for pollution treatment • Expression of multi-species intelligence • Supple and magnanimous as possible, thus keeping away drastic and irreversible consequences when something wrong, unexpected happens • When changes occur in the natural systems due to external inputs, biogeochemical cycles and food chains are reorganized and balanced • Emergence of a new dynamic order suitable to the environmental changes superimposed on it Aquatic Bio-chem Equilibrium Pollution Multi- species Single species Restoration Bio-dynamics of aqua-environ-equilibrium
  10. 10. Cost Effective without compromising the results Why Eco-technology?
  11. 11. Stream Ecosystem Hydrasch Succession Pond Soil Scape Filter Bio-tower with Soil Scape Filter Green Lake Green Bridge Eco-Technological Solutions
  12. 12. • Ecological Health project and NOT an infrastructure project • Revitalization of self-purification capacity of water body • Conversion of single species or no life river or lake water body into multispecies living water body • Maximum use of nature’s own capital • Minimization of monetary and manmade inputs like electricity, machinery and chemicals • Local Action for Global Issue of Climate Change Concept of Ecological Restoration of Rivers & Lakes – Non-point Sources of Pollution
  13. 13. Green Bridges The horizontal eco-filtration system A grafting of ecological system to treat the pollution flowing through the streams and rivers Ecological Solutions – Green Bridge System
  14. 14. • Green bridge System is the horizontal filtration system. • Installed at polluted river, streams and lakes to reduce the pollutants . • Nature purifies water by hydrological cycle. This system heavily impaired, because of increase in pollutant in water bodies. • This system increases the self purification capacity of water and reduces the pollutants from the stream. • This technology is an In-situ system which consist assortment of the natural biological produce which used in the system to reduce pollution. • Reduces pollution level at large extent. • System proposes aerobic system. • Ecologically corrected water increase in flora and fauna. Highlights of Green Bridge System
  15. 15. Before After India’s Largest Bioremediation Project at Buddha Nallah, Ludhiana,Punjab (Awarded by MoEF and CPCB)
  16. 16. India’s Largest Bioremediation Project at Buddha Nallahs, Ludhiana, Punjab (Awarded by MoEF and CPCB)
  17. 17. Before Implementation After Implementation E Eco-restoration of Selected Stretch of Kham River, Aurangabad, Maharashtra
  18. 18. Graphical representation of analysis carried out at selected stretch of Kham River, Aurangabad
  19. 19. Eco-Restoration of stream complex, Rasoolabad, Uttarpradesh
  20. 20. Graphical results of the Eco-Restoration of stream complex, Rasoolabad, Uttarpradesh
  21. 21. Before Before After Reduction in Foam After Ecological Restoration of Ahar River, Udaipur
  22. 22. Ecological Restoration of Ahar River, Udaipur
  23. 23. Before After Before After Eco-Restoration of Assi River, Varanasi, UP
  24. 24. After – At the Confluence with Ganga After Before – At the confluence with Ganga Before Eco-Restoration of Assi River, Varanasi, UP
  25. 25. Kingfisher is seen at different spots through out the stretch indicating changed aquatic biodiversity Numbers of Ducks, fishes are spotted in the origin pond Changes Observed by Naked Eye Eco-Restoration of Assi River, Varanasi, UP
  26. 26. Changes Observed by Naked Eye Eco-Restoration of Assi River, Varanasi, UP
  27. 27. Ecological solution- Soil Scape Filter Vertical Eco-filtration
  28. 28. Soil Scape Filtration Installation at Indradhanushya Environment Centre Pune Municipal Corporation
  29. 29. The water from polluted Ambil stream used to treat by using soil scape filtration system at Indradhanushya Environment Centre at Pune Municipal corporation (PMC) -Pune Times Mirror wed,My,24,2017 Initiative by NaWaTech and DST Director of Science and Technologies) Soil Scape Filter to be replicated- TOI
  30. 30. SSF ( 50 KLD) at PCNTDA, Pune
  31. 31. SSF ( 5 KLD ) for Textile Unit at Amer, Jaipur
  32. 32. SSF around Play Ground Treating and Recycling 60,000 liters Wastewater per day SSF at One of the Resorts Treating and Recycling 50,000 liters Wastewater per day SSF – Installations near playground and stage at resort
  33. 33.  Wastewater generated by smart toilets is treated by surrounded Soil scape filtration system.  A small unit of SSF having capacity 16 KLD saves Rs 8,76,000/-per annum. SMART PEOPLE OF SMART CITY USE SMART TOILETS SSF – Installations for Smart Toilets
  34. 34. Yes, Its our own design, our own product
  35. 35. • Executed Eco-restoration of 150 MLD Ayad river, Udaipur in 2010, and was visited by ILEC president, Mr. Nakamura, Planning commission chief Mr. Kasturirangan, Dr. Akolkar MS CPCB, and other experts. • Successfully executed Natural treatment of 5 drains in Rasoolabad in 2011 DR. G D Agarwal, former Member Secretary, CPCB, known as Swami Gyan Swarup Sanand personally guided and observed the outcome of project. • Eco-restoration of Kham river, Aurangabad, Maharashtra of 160 MLD was successfully completed in 2016. • Two streams- one at Dharampuri and another at Omkareshwar which drain in Narmada was Awarded in 2015. • Executed India’s largest In-situ bioremediation project of 600 MLD capacity in Ludhiana, Punjab, Project was awarded by MOEF and CPCB. PPCB has shown interest to install additional 5 Green Bridges. • Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation has approved the technology and is reflected in Indovation documentation • Ecological restoration of 140 MLD Assi River, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh Achievements
  36. 36. Thanks a lot With You in Pursuit of SustainableManagementof FiniteWater Resources For Nature’s Happiness Index!!