Only 21 per cent of treated water reused in Punjab: NGT data | Ludhiana News - Times of India
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59% "In its order, which pertains to Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Chandigarh, NGT's principal bench noted a huge gap in generation and treatment capacity, and ..."
52% "The NGT also ordered that compliance reports be filed quarterly and first such report be filed by March 31, 2020, with a copy to ..."
50% "But, actual treatment was 1,355. MLD.""
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:69% : NGT noted sewage generation in Punjab was 2,478 million litres per day (MLD) and treatment capacity was 1,827 MLD.
59% : In its order, which pertains to Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Chandigarh, NGT's principal bench noted a "huge gap" in generation and treatment capacity, and stated it had to be remedied according to directions already issued by the tribunal.
52% : The NGT also ordered that compliance reports be filed quarterly and first such report be filed by March 31, 2020, with a copy to Central Pollution Control Board, which would furnish gap analysis reports.
50% : Punjab chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh has called an all-party meeting on Thursday to discuss the water crisis faced by the state due to rapid depletion of groundwater, but data noted by the National Green Tribunal (NGT) in a January 10 order shows the state government has not been able to properly manage its treated sewage water.
50% : But, actual treatment was 1,355. MLD.