Infrastructure development works worth Rs. 187 crore in plastic parks
Bhopal, November 11, 2016 (Ataullah Faizan): Plastic parks are being developed at Tamot of district Raisen and villege Billoa of Gwalior district by the Industries and Commerce department under the Plastic Park Scheme of the Union Government. Infrastructure works worth Rs. 187 crore are being carried out in these parks. It may be mentioned that the plastic park in 50 hectare land is being developed at Tamot district Raisen. An amount of Rs. 105 crore is being spent on electricity, roads, water and other infrastructure works. Tamot is 8 kilometer far from the National Highway -12 Obaidullahganj. Fourteen kilometer long water pipeline is being laid here to facilitate 1.8 MLD water supply. Moreover, 132 K.V. sub station is being installed in this area and underground cabling is being laid for street lights arrangements. Also, 4.7 kilometer long sewage system of 0.14 MLD capacity is being prepared in the plastic park. Similarly, infrastructure development works worth Rs. 82 crore at 33 hectare land are being undertaken at Billoa district Gwalior. Plastic park Billoa is 4 kilometer far from the National Highway No. 75. Keeping in view the environment, plantation on 13 acre land will be undertaken in the park. Moreover, water treatment plant having 2.5 MLD capacity is being installed in the area. Plastic Park Billoa comes under the peripheral of National Capital Region. Communication, banking and fire services are being developed in these parks.