Ozone gas plants being installed on Kshipra banks to keep river clean

Bhopal, April 1, 2016 (Ataullah Faizan):  Ozone gas plants are being installed at 5 places to keep water of Kshipra river clean during Simhastha at Ujjain. Clean Kshipra Movement Sub-committee inspected these arrangements at various Ghats on Wednesday. The Sub-committee also visited diversion point of Khan river at village Radho Pipaliya on the banks of Kshipra. Chairman of the Sub-committee Mr. Mukesh Untwal informed that this point has been developed at a cost of Rs. 9 crore. Ozone gas plants installed by Poorab Logistics, Gurgaon will keep water of Kshipra river clean during Simhastha. In this process, oxygen is converted into ozone gas and mixed in water. This ozone-mixed water cleans all bacteria, chemicals and organic impurities. The 5 ozone plants are being set up at Ramghat, Gaughat, Lalpur, Mangalnath and Narsingh Ghat.

This ozone-mixed water cleans all bacteria, chemicals and organic impurities. The 5 ozone plants are being set up at Ramghat, Gaughat, Lalpur, Mangalnath and Narsingh Ghat. The plants will use 100 oxygen cylinders daily. The 5 plants will function during entire period of Simhastha ensuring availability of clean water for holy baths to devotees. For this, first time in the country, water of any river is being cleaned through this method.

Work of intake point of Khan river diversion project has been completed. A pipeline 60 feet beneath the railway line at Lalpur is being laid for diversion of Khan river. Work of passing one pipeline beneath the railway line has been completed and work of another pipeline is underway speedily. Water Resources Department is undertaking work at rapid pace to take water of Khan river to sumpwell on other side of the railway line at Lalpur through a 275 metres long lift pipeline. On requirement, river’s water will be taken beyond the railway line through 12 motor pumps of 1000 horsepower capacity. Khan river project will be underground for 19 kilometres and emerge overground at Kaliyadeh Palace. From the pipeline, 19 thousand liters water will be released per hour beyond Kaliyadeh Palace.

 

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