Chapter 3 Environmental Services

Water Supply
Sewerage
Storm Water Drainage
Solid Waste Management

Water Supply

The history of organized water supply in Ahmedabad dates back to the year 1891,
during which Dudheshwar water works was constructed on eastern riverbank and piped
water supply was given to the residential localities. Due to non-availability of perennial
water after late 50’s in the River Sabarmati, the city started depending on the ground
water sources.
A new reservoir ‘Dharoi’ located 150km upstream of Ahmedabad on River Sabarmati,
was also commissioned in 1978. The water from the reservoir was to be treated at
Kotarpur works, wherein a 650 MLD treatment plant was installed. The water from
Dharoi first reached
Figure 3-1 Depletion of Water Table
Depletion of Water Table Ahmedabad in 1978.
400
Thereafter in 21 years the
350
reservoir was filled to its
300
capacity only in 8 years.
Depth in Feet

250 Soon after, water level in
200 Dharoi dam started falling
150 to severe storage in
100 summer months. Though
50 the adequate water is
0 normally released from
1960 1970 1980 1990 1995 1998 1999 2000 Dharoi, not more than 33
Year
Central Zone West Zone East Zone
percent water would
actually reach the city; on
an average due to in-transit infiltration, evaporation losses and illegal tapping in areas
upstream of Ahmedabad (Refer Fig 3-1). Thus, the assured quantity of 680 MLD from
Dharoi could not be made available at Kotarpur.

To meet the demand, seven french wells were also constructed in Sabarmati riverbed to
draw sub-soil water of 182 MLD. Also, a large number of tubewells were installed all
over the city.

All these arrangements however could only mitigate the problem for a short while.
Thereafter, problems like non-availability of water in the Sabarmati and depletion of
water level at an annual rate of 2 to 3m only worsened the situation.

At this time, a new scheme – Raska Wier Project was commissioned in order to tap
water from River Mahi through an underground pipeline. This project started in 2000 and
made available a total of 250 MLD water to the city.

3.1.1 Sources of Water Supply

The water supply needs of Ahmedabad city are presently met from three sources

§ Surface water from Raska
§ French well in Sabarmati River
§ By Intakewell constructed in River Sabarmati (Narmada canal water is released
in river which is pumped through intake well).
Table 3-1: Water Sources

Installed Average Drawal /
Year of
Source capacity Drawal Installed
commissioning
(mLd) (mLd) Capacity (%)
(A) Surface Water
(1) Raska Pipeline April 2000 295 250 85
(2) Kotarpur Intake works Feb. 2004 165 110 67
(B) Underground Water
(1) French Wells (7 Nos.) 1975-1999 182 128 70
(2) Dudheshwar Water Works 1900 80 60 75
(3) Bore wells Different years 658 48 7.2

Due to failure of monsoons, the available quantity of water from both as well as ground
sources is at risk. In order to avert a severe water crisis, the Raska Project was taken up
on an emergency basis in the year 1999-00. The two phase project was planned with
two phases (Refer Table 3-1).

- Transmission pipeline of 2010mm diameter running a length of 32 Km from
source at Shedhi canal to Kotarpur Water Works (Raska –1) designed to carry
300MLD of water.

- Pumping main of 1600 mm diameter from Kotarpur Water works to Dudeshwar
Water Works (Raska-2) running a length of 11.5Km and having a capacity of
150MLD.

At present.3 Water Supply. The water from the tubewells / borewells is chlorinated at the distribution stations. 2005 The water coming from Mahi River is being treated at Kotarpur (Refer Table 3-2). After the commissioning of the Raska project however. resulting in an increase of failure rate of the tubewells. there are reports of ground water tapping by private borewells/tubewells. . Storage and Transmission There are three water supply zones within AMC: Central. 3. A treatment plant is located in Kotarpur. filtration. Water is supplied from Dudheshwar Water Works to the Central Transmission Mains while the Kotarpur Water Works supplies to the distribution stations in the three zones. Besides. Kotarpur treatment plant is getting water from Raska and Narmada canal through intakewell in Sabarmati River. intermediate chlorination.Narmada Water for Ahmedabad City: Sardar Sarovar Narmada Canal has a provision of water for Ahmedabad city from Narmada main canal.Alum dosing and post- chlorination stages. Table 3-2: Water Treatment Plant at Kotarpur Water works Capacity in MLD % capacity (Treatment Plants) (2000-01) utilised Ko tarpur 650 55 % Dudheshwar 80 70% Source : AMC. disinfection processes . Ground Water Till recently borewells were significantly meeting water demand of the city. passing the water through clarifier. The water treatment process includes pre-chlorination. but 43 tube wells are non-functional currently) installed in various parts of the city. the stress on the ground water has been reduced by some extent.1. The withdrawal from the groundwater table has steadily increased over the years. 3. AMC draws water from some 363 tubewells (altogether there are 406 tube wells installed. Eastern and Western (Refer Map 3-1) and two water works: Dudheshwar and Kotarpur.2 Water Treatment System A water treatment plant of capacity 650 MLD is installed at Kotarpur located in the north of the city.1.

A proposal to rationalize the distribution is underway. The eastern transmission system consists of MS pipeline of size 1626mm/1520mm/1321mm from the Kotarpur Water Works (KWW) to Kankaria. The western transmission system consists of MS pipeline of size 1626mm/1321mm/914mm from Sabarmati Octroi Naka to bifurcation point near Gujarat University and the 1321mm main bifurcates into 1067mm and further reduces to 914mm. This means that water has to traverse at least 8-10 kms up north and then pumped back for ditribution by the same distance. Table 3-4: Storage Reservoirs Storage capacity Total Water Supplied Storage Reservoirs (MLD) (MLD) Underground Storage Reservoirs 690 590 at water works and water distribution stations Source: AMC. 3. There is no inter-connection between the eastern and western transmission systems. 2005 Water from Raska is supplied to south zone.4 Distribution System There are five distribution zones. Water from the French well near KWW is injected into this pipeline. Water is supplied for two hours (from 6 to 8 in the morning) from these distribution stations. The available storage capacity is 690 MLD (Refer Table 3-4). overlapping with the five administrative zones. 2005 The water from Kotarpur is transmitted to the underground storage reservoirs in the three zones.1.The central system is the oldest system and consists of CI pipeline of size 1500 mm from DWW and bifurcates to 800mm to feed Asarva area and the other branch is of 1200mm/1000mm/800mm to feed Laldarwaja. The distribution network . Table 3-3: Water Supply Zones Water Supplied Supply Zones Water Supplied from (MLD) Central 125 Dudheshwar Water Works Eastern 342 Kotarpur Water Works Western 123 Kotarpur Water Works TOTAL 590 Source: AMC. There is a branch at Sahijpur to supply water to the extended eastern side. The following table shows the zone wise coverage of water supply.

S.D.S. TO BE CONNECTED EXISTING WATER SUPPLY PIPE LINE (WESTERN TRUNK) WITH KOTARPUR WATER WORK PROPOSED W. There are 90 distribution stations in the entire city. TO BE CONNECTED EXISTING WATER SUPPLY PIPE LINE (CENTRAL TRUNK) WITH KOTARPUR WATER WORK PROPOSED WATER SUPPLY PIPE LINE EXISTING WATER SUPPLY PIPE LINE (EASTERN TRUNK) EXISTING RASKA W.D. CONNECTED EXISTING W.S.of 2584 km caters to the entire city (Refer Table 3-5). NOT CONNECTED WITH KOTARPUR WATER WORK WITH KOTARPUR WATER WORK EXISTING W.D.S.S. Map 3-1: Existing Water Supply Network of AMC Kotarpur Waterworks AERODRAME NORTH ZONE WEST ZONE EAST ZONE CHANDOLATALAV SOUTH ZONE VINOBA BHAVE NAGAR VIVEKANAND NAGAR EXISTING W.D.PIPELINE Drawing Title Prepared By: MAP NO: N EXISTING WATER SUPPLY NETWORK IN AMC Project: Map Adopted From: AHMEDABAD CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN (2006-2011) .

Table 3-6: Water Supplied in MLD Sectors East Zone West Zone North zone South zone Central Zone Total Domestic 81 112 107 80 112 492 Commercial Industrial 15 9 18 14 10 66 Institutional Public stand posts 12 2 10 5 3 30 Total 108 123 135 99 125 590 No of stand posts 750 441 145 282 540 2158 Source: AMC. Almost 15-20% of water supplied is lost in transmission and distribution. - Distribution Network (km) 570 520 548 511 435 2584 Source: AMC. commercial and industrial needs and 6 percent to public stand posts.32 32.51 42.84 Total population of the zone 783107 673420 779028 702418 577388 3515361 Total area covered by piped 80 95 80 80 98 water supply(%) Population covered(%) 90 95 90 90 99 Total water supply capacity 108 152 168 116 146 690 (MLD) Gross Per capita per day Average 142 LPCD supply (lpcd) Water Supply Pipelines length 605 540 658 561 460 2824 (km) Transmission mains (km) 35 20 25 50 25 240 Feeder mains (km) . 2005 The water supply network covers approximately 95 percent of the population and 86 percent of the AMC area. 85 .Table 3-5: Zone wise Coverage North South Central Parameters East Zone West Zone Total Zone Zone Zone No of wards Catered 9 9 9 7 9 43 Total area of the zone (sqkm) 27.5 Wastage It has been observed that wastage of water at consumer’s end in the city of Ahmedabad is substantial.19 72. . 83 percent of the water is supplied to the residential areas. The distribution system consists of CI pipelines and the total length is about 2824 km (Refer Table 3-5). There are altogether 2158 public stand posts in the city (Refer Table 3-6). . 3. The Table 3-6 shows the zone wise supply to different sectors.5 190.32 16. 11 percent for institutional.1. 2005 Average supply of water is about 143 lpcd.

which have to be done at the consumer’s end is often not done. a Rain Water Harvesting Cell has been set up within AMC. of hours of Supply 2 3. of Connections 1994-95 231292 1995-96 236902 1997-98 241767 1998-99 246239 1999-00 250191 2000-01 254961 2001-02 261381 2002-03 264458 2003-04 267296 Source: AMC Statistical Outline 2005 Prior to 2002.6 Service Connections Service connections are of galvanized iron.3. Table 3-8: Indicators Water supply litres per capita per day 143 lpcd Transmission and Distribution Losses 15%-20% % Population Covered 95% % Area Covered 86% Total Supply / Storage Capacity 85% No. it is imperative to replenish this source. recharge pits where aquifer depth is available and digging new percolation wells upto the first unconfined aquifer. Since last year. The service connections have a life of 7-8 years after which it should be replaced. Odhav Naroda lake and Saijpur lake were also carried out last year. the system of metered connections has been changed and a new system of pro-rata charges has been introduced. about three percent connections were metered. such replacements. The number of regular domestic connections for last nine years is as follows: Table 3-7: Water Connections Year No. However. leading to problems of leakage.1. contamination and low pressure. Currently they are undertaking three kinds of tasks -utilising defunct bores as recharge wells. which is based on the connection size. With this idea. Development of waterbodies like deepening of Kankaria.1.7 Efforts for Ground Water Recharge The Ahmedabad city has high soil permeability and in order to make the ground water sustainable. Work is being carried out in three phases: .

The distrubtion network in 16 western peripheral settlement areas has been completed and will be commissioned by March 2006. the peripheral areas outside the jurisidiction of AMC. 3. 3.increasing capacity. • Insufficient storage capacity Currently. However these tube wells are now unable to satisfy present drinking water needs due to dwindling ground water table. However. pumping to the WTP shall be done. the reliability and sustainability of the ground water source is questionable. The water shall be drawn to the extent possible by gravity to the WTP at the same location. Hence a plan to draw water from Narmada Canal is underway. dependence on ground water continues to be high in the periphery.1. Due to these facts. 80% of the storage capacity is utilised.9 Issues • Exploitation of Ground Water Source: In the absence of a perennial water source. In such circumstances.1. the local bodies are not able to provide the requisite water to the households in these areas. In the eastern periphery also water is drawn from deep tube wells (the depth of these tube wells varying from 160 m to 270 m) by individual societies and in a few cases by local bodies with in Gamtal area. functional problems and deteriorating water quality with intrusion of fluorides. Many private water companies have emerged to supply bottled water as well as through tankers. The South zone is nearer to the Raska source and hence it is decided to supply water . organsied water supply is limited largely to gamtal areas covering less than 10% of the population. This has seriously affecting the ground water level. Apart from the municipal bores. which is depleting at the rate of 2 to 3m annually. the private societies have to look for other sources of water supplies. which is passing about 3 KMs from the northern city limits and through western periphery. AUDA took initiative to tap 400 MLD water for western areas spread in 34 settlements from Narmada Main Canal (NMC). setting up of recharge wells and finally the beautification of lakes so as to generate some income through the advertisements in these areas. Deterioration in the quality of ground water is also a major issue. • Distrubtional Inefficiency: At present all the zones are getting water from Kotarpur. the societies maintain their own bore wells and face problems of excessive draw down in water levels. Thus. a large number of private bores have been installed in various parts of the city.8 Water Supply System in the periphery In Ahmedabad city. Due to steep increase in the population and the increase in multi-storied buildings in the city outskirts. In view of this situation the city had to look for an allocation from Narmada Main Canal. the storage capacity would need to be increased looking at the growing water demand. and in case the canal water level goes down.

• System Losses: Around 20%-25% of the water supplied gets lost during transmission and distribution. A new treatment plant near Raska will be installed to supply treated water. • Inadequate Coverage: Presently only 85% of the AMC population is covered by municipal water supply. These connections are often not replaced on time and leads to the problems of leakage. • Contamination of water due to old service connections: The consumer connections are of Galvanised iron. . low pressure and contamination. • Limited Duration of Supply: At present. which has a life of 7-8 years. the water is supplied only for two hours a day. The eastern area incorporated within the municipal limits in 1986. The effort as part of this plan would have to address the coverage issue in about 150 Sq. still has to be linked with the municipal supply.Kms. The newly built system in the western periphery is proposed to cover part of the area. It is proposed to supply water for 24 hours and hence necessary modification including construction of ESR at each distribution station will be carried out. to South zone from Raska Pipeline.

VILLAGE (PROPOSED) Drawing Title Prepared By: MAP NO: N WATER SUPPLY NETWORK-WEST AUDA Map Adopted From: Project: AHMEDABAD CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN (2006-2011) Map 3-3: Water Supply Network-East Auda .VILLAGE (WORK COMPLETED) AUDA RING ROAD STAGE .VASH NATIONAL HIGH WAY A S H R A M R O A D AD RO ROAD NG RI ft G NATIONALHIGHWAY IN 2 13 ft R 132 WAY HIGH INAGAR NDH J-GA KHE SAR 60.00MT AHAT M.G.II 19 . Map 3-2: Water Supply Network-West Auda WAY HIGH INAGAR NDH J-GA VASANT NAGER SARKHE 60.00MT AD RO Y ING H WA KANKARIA D LAKE ft R HIG A O R NA L M 132 A R NA TIO H S A CHANDOLA LAKE NA D ROA TION G ft RIN 132 AL HI GH W Y AY HWA HIG NAL NATIO AUDA BOUNDARY BOUNDARY OF 35 URBAN AGGOLOMERATIONS AMC BOUNDARY STAGE .I 16 .

H. Since then. efforts at developing an organized sewerage system were evident even as early as 1890 when an underground sewer line and temporary pumping station were constructed in Khadia ward outside Astodia Gate.ROAD CONTOUR SHEDHI BRANCH CANAL AMC PIPELINE RAILWAY N.ROAD DASKORI BRANCH CANAL RIVER CANAL EXPRESS HIGHWAY Drawing Title Prepared By: MAP NO: CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL N WATER SUPPLY NETWORK-EAST AUDA PLANNING & TECHNOLOGY Project: Map Prepared By: Multi Mantech International Pvt. AHMEDABAD CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN (2006-2011) Map Prepared For: COMPOSITE WATER SUPPLY PROJECT EASTERN AUDA Sewerage System In Ahmedabad. extension of sewerage network to the old city was undertaken in a phased manner and by 1931 the entire old .H. Ltd. NARMADA MAIN CANAL KHARICUT CANAL ROAD S.

area.5 Total length of drainage 262 250 272 256 344 network (Km.Km.km.) Scraper manholes and vent a)1400 b)60 a)1500 b)50 a)265 b)20 a)1700 b)75 a)380 b)300 shafts a) Scrapper Manholes b) Shafts Source: AMC. 2005 At present.63 38. Remaining 48 sq.km. Table 3-9: Sewerage Network Details Description East Zone West Zone North Zone Central Zone South Zone Area of the zone (Sq Km) 27.32 population of the zone 783107 673420 779028 577388 702418 Actual population served 6. Ahmedabad generates about 500 MLD of sewage of which about 168 MLD is discharged into River Sabarmati without treatment through storm water outlets. 2005 Table 3-10: Zone wise Drainage Pumping Stations Main pumping Stations Nos Auxillary stations Nos Central 1 Central 6 South 4 South 6 West 3 West 3 North 10 East 10 Total 8 35 Source: AMC. of households served 132000 128627 110000 99800 124000 Drainage network area 24.29 No.51 42. around 75 percent of the municipal area is covered by 1384 km long sewerage network. sewage was taken to the Pirana Sewage Farm established in 1894.00 16. pumping station and treatment plant. including new sub-urban pumping station was done from 1933 to 1941.9 34. .km.64 6. 3. of extended east Ahmedabad.32 45 17.) 28. In the newly merged areas of 92 sq.2.86 (Sq.85 (Lakhs) 7. The pumping station was shifted outside Jamalpur Gate. From Jamalpur and new sub-urban pumping stations. Installation of sewer lines in the areas to the north and the east of the old city. of which 8 are main Sewage pumping stations. There are 43 Sewage Pumping Stations.1 Sewerage Network Presently.63 72.47 7. sewerage facilities are provided in 44 sq. area is yet to be provided with sewerage facilities.45 5.city area was sewered. This project also includes augmentation of old sewerage pipeline.

) (Lakhs) (Km. The treated effluent from CETP is mixed with the treated sewage from STP at Pirana so as to lower the concentration of S.) SPS (mm) Sewerage project 1700X1700 to 1 (World bank credit 1989 96 20 21. Name of drainage commissionin covered Served length main Sewers No scheme g (Sq. Of Sr.8 9 300 to 900 Phase – I East Ahmedabad . The less and non. open spaces in the GIDC estates) or in the Kharicut Canal.59 _ 300 to 900 Phase – II GIDC GIDC Mega Estates 5 2001 _ 27 1 1000 to 1600 Project (polluting industries) Source : AMC.33 2 450 to 1800 (World Bank Credit 1643IN) East Ahmedabad . Total No.The city is divided into five sewerage zones.0 2 2500X2500 no 1280 IN) box drain Priority infrastructure 2 Sewerage project 1995 20 5 09. Table 3-11: Drainage Schemes in AMC Area Year of Area Popl. Common effluent treatment plants (CETP) have been installed by the highly polluting industries in Odhav. and then discharged into river Sabarmati. of Dia.2 Treatment facilities There are two sewage treatment plants (aerated lagoons) at Pirana and Vasana having capacity of 180 mLd and 75 mLd respectively in eastern and western part of the city. 3 1998-2002 25 5 91. which pump sewage into the terminal pumping stations at Vasna and Pirana before the inlet chambers of the sewage treatment plants. . Naroda and Vatwa GIDC estates. There are about 43 sewage pumping stations in the city. In addition to above.polluting industries in GIDC are presently not treating the waste and the effluent is discharged either in the open (on the roads.2. recently two sewage treatment plants (UASB) of capacity 106 MLD and 126 mLd (36 mld for city & 90 for periphery) at Pirana (old) and Vasana (old) respectively were commissioned as a part of Sabarmati river action plan.Km. The other industries in AMC and Behrampura (highly toxic waste) are connected to the main sewer line and the effluents from these are being discharged into River Sabarmati without any treatment. 2005 3.S. 4 1998-2003 19 3 99.

5 Km Drawing Title Prepared By: MAP NO: N SEWERAGE NETWORK-AMC Adopted From: Project: AHMEDABAD CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN (2006-2011) .5 Km 0 2. Map 3-4: Sewerage Network of AMC 2.

illegal connections are made and sewage is discharged into GIDC pipeline. The total area is about 32.4 Issues • Inadequate System Coverage: The sewerage network in Table 3-13: Indicators . This sewage flows to open fields.No Location Process Remarks commissioning Design Utilizing 1 Pirana 1995 180 180 Aerated lagoon Functioning 2 Vasna 1995 75 75 Aerated lagoon Functioning 3 Pirana 2002 106 106 UASB based Functioning 4 Vasna 2002 36 36 UASB based Functioning Source: AMC.34 sq. urban growth has extended to eight settlements under AUDA. which mixes with partially treated effluent. In the first phase.km area is known as fringe area. At some places. It is estimated that about 16 Mld sewage is generated from this area and is left untreated.2. 90 MLD capacity was provided for the flow from perphery areas while 36 MLD flow for AMC areas. These areas are located between Municipal boundary and on West Side Sarkhej – Gandhinagar Highway. In the west periphery.2. The urban area is presently not having any sewerage system and the sewage is left out in open through local drains. In the eastern periphery. The Khari River flows down and meets Sabarmati River before Vautha. All the settlements are moderately populated pockets. Out of this 126 MLD capacity treatment plant. 3. After treatment.City Ahmedabad presently caters only % Population Covered 90% to 75% of the area.km area. it is discharged into Fatehwadi Canal. This carries wastewater to Vasna Terminal Sewage Pumping Station and 126 MLD Sewage Treatment Plant at Vasna for further treatment.km. drainage network of early-developed areas was planned and accordingly executed.Table 3-12: Sewerage Treatment Plant Details Year of Capacity (MLD) S.km area on the western side. This drainage network project was undertaken as part of Sabarmati River Cleaning Project under National River Cleaning Project. Out of this 78-sq.3 Drainage / Sewerage System in the periphery Sewerage network coverage in the peripheral areas is limited. 2005 3.km located between Municipal boundary on west side to Sarkhej – Gandhinagar highway was served under Phase I. the area of 73 sq. Certain areas % Area Covered 75% % Sewage treated 72% . A systematic drainage network was planned for around 78-sq. to Khari River and other local drains and finds its way to Kharicut Canal and to Khari River. 44-sq.km area is known as early- developed area and remaining 34-sq.

WESTERN PERIPHERY TREATMENT PLANT . . Map 3-5: Sewerage Network-AUDA PROJECT AREA AREA PROPOSED IN PHASE II . Less polluting industries are also disposing off their wastes either in Kharicut canal or within the estate. Cases of industries putting their effluents into the manholes have also been reported. of eastern zones do not have sewerage facilities.WESTERN PERIPHERY AREA UNDER IMPLEMENTATION TREATMENT PLANT EASTERN PERIPHERY AREA COVERED IN PHASE 1 Drawing Title Prepared By: MAPNO: N SEWERAGE NETWORK -AUDA Project: Map Adopted From: AHMEDABAD CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN (2006-2011) • Untreated Waste disposed in River Sabarmati: Only half the sewerage is being treated while the rest of it is disposed off in Sabarmati river. Systems in periphery have to be built for most part of the area. while the rest of the industries of Ahmedabad are pumping their effluent into the GIDC main sewer line.

1 26.8 22.9 1325. There are three types of drains laid in the city.4 1214. there have been problems of pipeline breakdown and/or corrosion due to hazardous gases. • System expansion in the periphery: In the periphery system coverage is limted.10 Source: AMC Statistical Outline Storm water drains in the city cover only 23% of the roads in the city (Refer Table 3-14). These storm water drains discharge storm water into River Sabarmati at 42 locations.4 1271.42 1994-95 272.D as percentage of Year Drains (kms) roads (km) total road length 1989-90 260. it would still be insufficient to treat the entire sewerage generated. . The land drainage in Ahmedabad city is relatively poor and.7 22. With rapid expansion in the population wastedisposal in an unplanned manner is becoming a major health threat. Storm Water Drainage The monsoon in the region is seasonal and is active between the months of June to September. during the monsoon months.RCC pipes. The capacity would be increased by 232 MLD with the implementation of two ongoing STP projects. In the periphery the system is yet to be developed in most parts. Table 3-14: Details of Storm Water Drains Length of Storm Water Total length of S.0 21.42 1999-00 290. of which currently only 27 locations are functional. • Mixing of storm water with sewerage during monsoons: Infiltration of rainwater into the sewage lines in some areas further aggravates the problem during the monsoon months.84 2003-04 345. Due to mixing of industrial effluents. However.W. Box type drains and arch drains. • Breakdown of drainage pipeline due to mixing of industrial effluents: Problems of silting in the sewer lines have been reported in eastern and western zones.0 1214. Storm water drains in the city are poorly developed and many parts of the western and eastern zone experience water-logging problems during the rainy season. The city also experienced one of the worst floods in 2000. many areas of the city suffer temporary flooding/blockage of storm water. the Walled City area does not have any problems of flooding/water logging. (Refer Map 3-3) However. • Inadequate treatment facility: The treatment capacity of the plant is much less than the waste generated.

Map 3-6: Existing Storm Water Drainage Network of AMC AERODRAME NORTH ZONE WEST ZONE EAST ZONE CHANDOLA TALAV SOUTH ZONE VINOBA BHAVE NAGAR VIVEKANAND NAGAR EXISTING SLAB DRAIN EXISTING PIPE DRAIN Drawing Title Prepared By: MAP NO: N EXISTING STORM WATER DRAINAGE FOR AMC Map Adopted From: Project: AHMEDABAD CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN (2006-2011) .

Map 3-7: Problematic Areas-Storm Water Drainage .3. Similar blockage and silting has also been reported in the storm water drains. Naroda and Vatwa experience water logging.3. The city experienced worst floods in 2000 when large areas of western and eastern Ahmedabad were affected. Blockage of outlets and silting of storm water drains: Of the 36 outlets into the river Sabarmati. Infiltration of storm water into the sewerage network: Sewer system unauthorized used for discharging storm water in absence of adequate storm water facilities in many areas. 9 outlets are blocked. • Poor Coverage: The storm water drains cover only 23% of the roads.8% and development of Ahmedabad city has led storm water drains to problems of water logging and flooding % Area Covered 40-50% during the monsoons.1 Issues • Water Logging and flooding problems: Table 3-15: Indicators Negligence of natural drainage in the growth % roads having 22. The newly acquired areas of AMC do not have storm water drainage system because of which areas of Odhav.

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S P .P.DU S VILLAGESITEOF 3 - S-18 S-10 S . S 10S- .16 SW AB ' AAD DLET SD H.P. . 22 HAVELI S-F S-22 S S-19 - 2 1 2 0 S - JAMALPUR RAIKHAD LEGEND EXISTING LINE-STORM WATER DRAINAGE PROBLEMATIC AREAS PROPOSED LINE-STORM WATER DRAINAGE EXISTING STORM WATER DRAINAGE LINE PROBLEMATIC AREA MAP NO: Drawing Title Prepared By: PROBLEMATIC AREAS-STORM WATER DRAINAGE N PROPOSED STORM WATER DRAINAGE LINE (EASTERN ZONE) MAP NO: DrawingTitle Prepared By: Map Adopted From: LEGEND Project: N AHMEDABAD CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN (2006-2011) Project: Map Adopted From: EXISTING STORM WATER DRAINAGE LINE PROBLEMATIC AREA PROPOSED STORM WATER DRAINAGE LINE MAPNO: DrawingTitle Prepared By: PROBLEMATIC AREAS-STORM WATER DRAINAGE N (CENTRAL ZONE) East Zone Map Adopted From: Project: AHMEDABAD CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN (2006-2011) West Zone Central Zone CALICO MILL GRAVE YARO NARSHIHJI TEMPLE CHANDOLATALAV GHODASAR ISAN. T.P. NO.B. MUNI.3 STATION - NEWCOTTONMILL S- S 8A S-21 S-20 S-2 BS- S-9A S-17 9 - 1 A 8 S - S S-22 A S .S T. B DRA 3S- KHADIA-I S- 4 S-C CT IN S 2 1 - PROP. REV.S. T. P.H. NO. 4 VIKRAMMILLS - S 7 - S 2 3 AHMEDABAD RAILWAY S-7 V I L L A G E S .VILLAGEOF ASARWA THE NEW PROP. S-15 S-40 S .1 S-19 FORT CITY AREA 7 S D - A AIN S-2 S-13 1 7 S - 20S- DR S-21 S-22 S-16 AB 18 . 1S- S - 7S- S-18 S-6 S-16 S-9 THEMIHIRTEXTILESMILLS LTD. NO. P.NO.P. T. TANK JASHODANAGAR PUR RABARIVASAHT NAROL TANK VATVA HATHI- JAN VINOBA BHAVE NAGAR VIVEKANAND NAGAR LEGEND EXISTING STORM WATER DRAINAGE LINE PROBLEMATIC AREA PROPOSED STORM WATER DRAINAGE LINE MAP NO: Drawing Title PreparedBy: PROBLEMATIC AREAS-STORM WATER DRAINAGE N (SOUTH ZONE) Project: MapAdoptedFrom: AHMEDABAD CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN (2006-2011) South Zone . S-7 T.S.P.S. 26 S-10 S A - S-13 S 1 - S-6 S-28 S-29 S-2 S-14 . CO.4 S - S-6 25 8 B S- PROP.DUCT. P.DU 43 S-35 S-10 S-8 S-36 S-13 S-11 KHADIA-II S-37 UCT P. NO.P. 6 C 6 B S-1 S-21 - S 4 2 S-26 S-27 S-10A T. P O R P P. S-9 S 4 1 - S-44 S-15 PRO S- 46 S 6 1 - S-45 E - S S 7 1 - S-47 GAYAKWAD G. VILLAGE SITEOF S-18A S-4 MHEO K HKMHDAARBAA D S S-23 7 S -2 - 4 S-22 KHADIA-III S-E S-5 B S .7 S - U R P DARIAPUR-I S-28 S-10 6 S-8A S-8 KANKARIA DUCT S . S-27 S-18 S-20 PALDI S-11 2 6 S - S 2 1 - T.NO.NO. - 1 S-12 VILLAGE - S 2 F S-14 3 10 SITEOF 1 S. 23 SABARMATI ST IE VL ILA FO GR E RAMNAGAR AHMEDABAD ELECTRICITY CO.S.P. 2 S - 16 S-23 S-12 MILLS LTD. 6 8 S . PROP.S. NO.S. (LALBAHADURSHASTRI 2 S-13 S-12 . NO.P. 40 PROP.P.DUCT S-7 5 CHANGIS S I T E O F S-1 S .S.H. NO. KOS TT I EA OFR P U R . S .S.P.S.65 T.D.1 8 B S-19 PROP.B. VL ILAGO E FST IE NEWWADAJ T.P. VILLAGE T. T.S. 12 T.6 - S 5 - S 4 3 S .S P R O P . S P . 19 USMOF SITEAN MALEK SABAN TANK S-15 S-14 S . NO.S.2 S-11 MEMNAGAR STADIUM) S S - 9 1S- S - S-16 2S- STATION 8 S S-20 - 2 S-17 S-4 S .2 PRO S-13 S-20 S-21 S-5 ' 60 1 9 S - S- S 4 - 14 3 S - SARASPURMILL VILLAGE GREENBELT S-11 S-24 S-15 SITEOF S 5 - DUCT 4 S - SARASPUR 6S- S .S.S.1 8 S-16 S-15 S-13 S-12 S-19 S SOMA TEXTILES 6 . S P .NO.P. West Zone NARODA G.I. 21 KALUPUR-II SITEOF VILLAGE 4 S . ARVIND MILLS LTD. NO.1 8s- 0 1 PURA S . 29 S-1 NARANPURA S-1A E ZON TH NOR T.2 S-19 S-18 A 3S.S. S-17 OLDWADAJ VILLAGESITE S-12 OLD WADAJ O F CT P.S.30 PROP. G. POWER HOUSE G.P. 31 S-17 S - 2 S .

Total capacity of dustbins (Cu. the five zones are further divided into 11 Distribution Centres – 4 in Central. of dustbins (7 cu.mt obligatory function. the city is divided into five collection zones. West and South and 1 in North zone.mts. The work relating to the primary collection of waste (conservancy) has been decentralized at the zonal level where the work is supervised by Zonal Additional / Deputy Health Officers with the assistance of ward level supervisors where as the transportation and disposal of waste (Refuse Removal) is being looked after centrally by the Director.419 Corporation as an Moisture Content of waste 45% Density of waste (Kg) 0.5 kg/cu. Solid Waste Management Solid Waste collection Table 3-16: Solid Waste Generation & Collection and disposal in (2005) Ahmedabad is being carried out by Generation : Total (Tons/day) 2095 Ahmedabad Municipal Generation : Per capita (Kg/day) 0. which are the same as five administrative zones. For the refuse removal. 2005* Excluding construction waste For efficient waste collection management. 2 each in East. The Distance of disposal point 3-22 kms total waste generated By Corporation (T/Day)* 1676 in the city is of the Collection/Capita 0. capacity) 789 per day.419 order of 2100 tonnes Nos. Map 3-8: Solid Waste Collection Network of AMC . SWM. mt) 3659 Source: AMC.

5 Km 0 2. 2.5 Km Drawing Title Prepared By: MAP NO: N SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN AMC Project: Adopted From: AHMEDABAD CITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN (2006-2011) Table 3-17: Details of Collection Points in Different Zones-2005 .

5 percent of the waste and a minimal 1 percent is bio-medical wastes and waste from hotels and restaurants. Required quantity of water and yeasts culture for fermentation is added to the waste and then it is composted for 28 days cycle. near Narol-Sarkhej Octroi Checkpost. Pirana land fill site approximately 22 km away from the farthest end on Western side and 18 km away from the farthest point on eastern side. AMC has initiated primary waste collection from households through door-to-door collection system. The . Around 500 MT of biodegradable waste like vegetable and fruit market waste is composted at composting site. by scheduling extra vehicles and manpower the remaining wastes are also collected periodically. followed by 22 percent from construction and demolition material. Total Containerised No.9 lakh houses by allotting work to 706 RWAs / Mandalis which have deployed 3890 contanerised tricycles for collection of waste. AMC covers about 7. thereby achieving 98 percent collection efficiency.0 Co. The average moisture content is 15-45 %. Water is added at regular intervals to maintain the moisture content. However. of containers Zones Paved sites sites placed Central 72 26 72 92 North 139 14 139 148 East 203 25 203 237 South 156 20 156 157 West 138 32 138 155 Total 708 117 708 789 Majority of waste is getting generated from households. of Total Waste Vehicles Vehicles Shifts trips collected in MT JCB Machine 12 12 2 JCB Truck 48 48 2 180 1020 7. Wastes from shops and specialised market generate 4. The compost is turned once in seven days for proper aeration. Table 3-18 Details of fleet for waste collection (2005) Type of Vehicles Scheduled Available No. It produces soil enricher. Of the 2100 Tonnes/day waste generated per day. Dumper Placer 61 61 2 500 1125 Mobile Truck 3 3 1 3 15 Refuse Collector/Compactor Machine 3 3 1 3 21 TOTAL 127 127 686 2181 Source: AMC. 2005 Waste collected from the city is disposed at 84 ha. 80 percent waste is collected. The disposal site at Pirana also has a waste processing plant which has been commissioned and run by private M/s Excel Industries Ltd.

3. AUDA as a nodal agency for all the LB’s in implementing various proposals. the waste goes to the bulk buyer (dealer) in the central zone i. Among the major recyclable waste material in terms of its volume are scrap iron. Mehndikuva. card board and glass. The .3 Solidwaste Management in the Periphery In the periphery the urban local bodies have initiated measures to collect solidwaste through a door-to-door collection system. About 500 MT waste is composted. The incinator plants are operated by authorized private contractors. and from where it reaches the recycling and processing units in Naroda. offices. Madhupura. institutions and shops and establishments and the unaccountable source which includes dustbins. The overall pattern of the flow of the recyclable and reusable waste is circular in nature from origin to the destination. Total estimated waste is about 343 TPD.50 Rs/kg. There are two major sources of waste materials namely. The waste originating from these various formal and informal sources comes to the retailers via waste pickers (Rag pickers) and Kabadiwalas.4. The private hosptitals and health care centers also have similar arrangement with the contractors. The total capital cost incurred was 6 crore for aerobic treatment plant. Thereafter. The final product C: N ratio is maintained at 10:15. Daryapur etc. The production cost is 2. A total of 35 settlements in the west and 15 settlements in the periphery.4. There are a substantial number of formal/ informal actors involved in this activity. community bins and municipal bins. under the jurisidiction of AUDA are experiencing the problem severly. 5kg and 50 kg bags also for different rates.4. The waste materials from various sources reach the processing units via these actors. The disposal of waste is also a major area of concern. In the rural local body areas inititive is limited. factory.turning is done for 4 times within 28 days cycle. Odhav and Vatwa. 3.2 Recycling and Reuse The waste recycling process and its network in Ahmedabad is well established.e. The manure formed is sold at 2kg. paper waste. These are collected and transported in closed vehicles of AMC. 3.1 Bio-medical waste The bio-medical waste generated from the Municipal hospitals are segregated at source and collected in yellow polyethene bags at separate collection centers in hospitals as per the rules. accountable source which includes household.

000 MT of MSW at a Cost of Rs. 2) Construction of First Compost Plant of 150 MT/day solid waste handling capacity and able to produce approx. 300 Lakhs. 200 Lakhs. • No waste segregation done: Currently.45.2 (Ranip) and TS – 3 (Bodakdev) costing Rs. AMC has offered removal of such waste on subsidised payment throiugh skip and skip lifters. Scope for making the collection and disposal more effective exist. 3) Construction of Various Infrastructure Facilities at the Landfill site as per the guidelines of MSW Rules 2000 and Three Solid Waste Transfer Stations at TS – 1 (Thaltej/Ghatlodia).4 Issues • Primary collection of waste: The system of door to door collection of waste is to be Table 3-19 : Indicators % Waste Collected to 98% made more effective.Work has begun on the following: 1) Construction of First Landfill Cell of the Secured Engineered Municipal Solid Waste Landfill site at Fatehwadi Village of the Size 120 m x 120 m x 10 M depth which shall be capable of handling 1. TS .4. • Indiscriminate dumping of construction debris on streets: About 20% of the waste generated is the construction debris. 40 MT/day of Organic compost at a Cost of Rs. Generated • Disposal of bio-medical wastes with other % Waste processed 50% wastes: Contractual arrangements are made Total veh capacity/total 0. Such waste in most of the cases are indiscriminately disposed off on the streets causing hindrance in traffic and obstruction in city cleaning process.81 waste generated for collection of bio-medical wastes from Trips/vehicle 3 to 5 hospitals and nursing homes and incinerating them. On the rest of the site the waste is dumped on the open ground which leads to the problem of ground water contamination and creates odour nuisance. this facility is not availed in most of the cases and the wastes end up on the streets. . However. • Unpaved and open collection sites: Only 13% of all the waste storage sites are paved and 55% of the sites are containerised. 107 Lakhs. no waste segregation is done by AMC and only 36% of the waste are processed. 3.

It requires larger area and may result in problem of ground water contamination.• Unscientific disposal technique: The method of disposal is not scientific. Sanitory landfill sites are proposed. Map 3-9: Solid Waste Collection Network-AUDA .

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