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GROWTH OF URBAN & TOTAL POPULATION OF UP ( 1981-2011)

Decadal Decadal
Urban
Urban Total growth of growth of
population
Year population population urban total
as % of total
( lakh) ( lakh) population population
population (%) (%)

1981 190.08 1051.37 18.08


1991 259.7 1319.99 19.67 36.63 25.55
2001 345.06 1660.53 20.78 26.82 25.78
2011 444.7 1995.81 22.28 28.75 20.09

Source: Calculated from Census Reports-2011

TABLE: THE UTTAR PRADESH IN INDIA {CENSUS 2011}

Uttar %age of UP in
Indicators India Pradesh India

Total 121.02 Cr 19.96 Cr 16%


Population
Urban 37.71 Cr 4.45 Cr 12%
Population
% Urban 31.16% 22.28% -
Population
Statutory 4,041 648 16%
Towns
Census 3,894 267 7%
Towns

Decadal 9.10 Cr 1.0 Cr 10.95%


Urban
Population
Growth
(2001-2011)
Status of sewerage network and Service Levels

Sr. Existing Service


Indicators
No. Level (in%)

Coverage of latrines
1 (individual or community) 86.13%
(418925/486382)

Coverage of sewerage
2 network services 60.45%
(1995/3300 km)

Efficiency of collection of
3 38.40%
sewerage (186749/486382)

Efficiency in Treatment:
Adequacy of sewerage
4 47.50%
treatment capacity
(152/320)

As per above table it is clear that -


1. Gap in coverage of latrines is 13.87%,
2. Gap in coverage of Sewerage Network services is 39.55%
3. Gap in efficiency of collection of Sewerage is 61.60%,
4. Gap in efficiency in treatment – adequacy of sewerage treatment of capacity is
around 52.5%.

Coverage of latrines (individual or community)


Total Total number of HH with
Zone No. number of individual or community toilets
HH a within walking distance (b)
1 62062 60454
2 76255 58678
3 76753 62107
4 71048 69194
5 111611 86135
6 88653 82357
TOTAL 486382 418925

SEWERAGE NETWORK AND COLLECTION OF SEWERAGE


Zone Wise Coverage of Households
Total No. of Households with
Zone No. Households Sewerage Network b
(HH) a

1 62062 26055
2 76255 35457
3 76753 33663
4 71048 25742
5 111611 35658
6 88653 30174
TOTAL 486382 186749

SEWAGE TREATMENT SYSTEM


Status of Existing STPSs

Sr. No. Location Capacity (MLD)

1 JAJMAU 130
2 JAJMAU 27
3 JAJMAU 5

As per present population sewage generation is 320 MLD. Out of 320 MLD only 152 MLD sewage is reaching to the STP

Status of Ongoing/ Sanctioned


Scheme
S.No. Name of Project Name

Sewerage Works
in Inner Old Area
1 JnNURM
of Kanpur City
(Part-I)

210 mld Sewage


Treatment Plant at
2 JnNURM
Bingawan Kanpur
(Part-II)

Sewerage Works
in Sewerage Distt.-
3 IV (Part-III), JnNURM
Kanpur

After the completion of above projects , coverage of sewerage networks will be enhanced by 120 km and coverage will enha
increase to 70 % , and treatment capacity will be 100% in sewerage districts-I,II and IV. However , 70 MLD STP will be needed

New sewer network of 1185 km is required in developing area, rehabilitation of old sewer network 400 km, up gradation of
STP(70 MLD) is to be constructed in sewerage Distt.-3.

Demand Gap Assessment


2015
Component
Existing Ongoing projects

Sewerage
network 1995 km 120
(km)

No of
Households 186749 HH 20000
covered
under
sewerage
system

162mld 310
Sewerage
Treatment
Plant
(MLD)
e Levels

MOUD Reliability
Benchmark

100% A

100% B

100% A

100% A

Coverage of latrines
(%), (b/a)*100%

97.41 97.41
76.95 76.95
80.92 80.92
97.39 97.39
77.17 77.17
92.9 92.90
86.13 86.13

RAGE
Coverage of sewerage
network services
(b/a)*100%

41.98
46.50
43.86
36.23
31.95
34.04
38.40

Efficiency in
Inflow in the STP (MLD) %
98 75.38
18.45 68.33
4.81 96.20

MLD sewage is reaching to the STP

Cost in Month of Status (as on


RsCrore Complition dd mm 2015)

85% as on
248.3 3/31/2016 30/09/2015

3/31/2016 90% 30-09-2015


as on
141.96

3/31/2016 88%30-09-2015
as on
251.77

anced by 120 km and coverage will enhance to 64% ,collection efficiency will
IV. However , 70 MLD STP will be needed in sewerage district –III.

sewer network 400 km, up gradation of old STP is required and new
ssment
2021
Total Demand Gap

2115 3300 1185

206749 525000 318251

Nil* HOWEVER,
THERE IS A
NEED OF 70 MLD
472 380 STP IN
SEWERAGE
DISTRICT –III.
S.No Source Particulars Numbers Tap Water Connection
Total Population 29.43 Lacs
Household 486382 196652
1 Census 2011 Within the premises 331990 171323
Near the premises 124256 21617
Away 30136 3712
Departmental Total Population 29.43 Lacs
2 Data 2015 Household 4.50 Lacs NN Data 2.55 Lacs NN Data

Status of Water Supply service levels


Sr. Indicators Present Status MOUD Benchmark Reliability
No.
Coverage of water
1 supply connections- 68% 100% D
2.55/ 4.86 HH

Per capita supply of


water- MLD/POP
2 210 LPCD 135 LPCD D
2015 =628.5
MLD/29.87lacs

Extent of metering of
3 0% 100% A
water connections

Extent of non-revenue
4 60% 20% D
water
Quality of water
5 95% 100% D
supplied

Cost recovery in water


6 75% 100%
supply services

Efficiency in collection
7 of water supply 60% 90% D
related charges

As per above table it is clear that gap in service levels are as under:
1. Gap in coverage of water supply is 47.54 %
2. Gap in Per capita water availability is nil.
3. Gap in Metering is 100%.
4. NRW is about 40% which include leakage and free water supply to social gathering festivals along with water supply throu
5. 5% gap in Quality of supplied water as per PHE norms.
6. Gap in Cost recovery is 25% with expenditure on electricity and power.
7. Gap in efficiency of water charges/tax collection is about 30% .

The existing source of water at present in the city is surface water as well as under ground water.
Surface water sources:
Bharioghat& Lower Ganga Canal:- 280 MLD
Ganga Barrage :- 190MLD
Gujaini:-28.5MLD
Under ground water :- 130 MLD ( T.W ) LPM

Yes,surface water is being treated and chloronination is done to under ground water
before supply. Total 498.5 MLD surface wateris required to be treated daily.
Total installed capacity - 498.5 MLD
Population as per 2011 census=27.65 lacs, approximate population currently
=29.87lacs LPCD = 628.5 MLD/29.87Lacs = 210 LPCD. However data given in Table1.1
for per capita water supply was calculated after deducting NRW i.e 60%

Zone Wise Coverage of Households

Households with direct Households without


Total No. of Water supply
Zone No. Households direct Water supply
connection
(a) connection
(b)

1 40673HH 32538 HH 8135 HH


2 40673HH 39979 HH 38653 HH
3 40673HH 40240 HH 29246 HH
4 40673HH 37249 HH 6574 HH
5 40673HH 58770 HH 9590 HH
6 40673HH 46479 HH 26027 HH
TOTAL

Elevated water storage Tank 45 no.s of capacity 48.150 ML


Ground water reservoir 38 no.s of capacity 98.440 ML
Total capacity 146.590 ML .
After the completion of ongoing projects of Kanpur water supply scheme phase I and phase II the
total storage capacity in the city will be enhanced by 167.255 ML. Out of this 60.700 ML capacity
is in form of elevated reservoirs and 106.555 ML in form of ground water reservoirs.

Total water pipeline length is about 1800 Km.


After the completion of ongoing projects of water supply scheme- Phase 1 and Phase 2 , the total
distribution network will be enhanced by 1745 Km.

The total road length in city is 3885 Km.


No, pipeline is not laid in all the streets.
No, at present objective of achieving universal coverage is not fulfilled.
398 Km pipeline is to be laid.

Zone Wise length of distribution network


Street length
Street length with
Zone No. Total Street Length (in without water
water distribution
Km) distribution pipe line
pipe line (in Km) (in Km)
1 444 KM 440 KM 4 KM
2 845 KM 796 KM 49 KM
3 825 KM 765 KM 60 KM
4 430 KM 425 KM 5 KM
5 684 KM 654 KM 30 KM
6 715 KM 465 KM 250 KM
Total

Bridge the Gap

S.No Name of Scheme Cost Month of


Project Name Compilation

Kanpur water
1 supply scheme JnNURM 393.93 Crores Mar-16
phase I

Kanpur water
2 supply scheme JnNURM 475.15 Crores Mar-16
phase II

At present total pipeline is laid about 1800 Km , after the completion of ongoing projects of Kanpur
water supply scheme phase I and phase II additional 1745 Km will be laid , total water storage
capacity will be enhanced by 167255 KL out of which 60700 KL capacity is in form of elevated
reservoirs and 106555 KL in form of ground water reservoirs. 2 water treatment plants of aggregate
capacity 400 MLD are under construction. 100 Wards of Kanpur city out of total 110 wards will be
able to get water supply after completionof above works

Remaining 10 wards of Kanpur city needs additional infrastructure for improving services. The
services required to fulfill the gaps are enhancement of storage capacity, expansion and extension of
distribution network, metering, leak detection & repair and renovation of existing water supply
system.

Component 2015
Present Ongoing Total
Source 838MLD 800MLD 1628MLD
Treatment capacity 498.5MLD 428.5MLD 927MLD
Elevated Storage 48.15ML 60.7ML 108.85ML
capacity
Distribution network 1800KM 1745KM 3545KM
coverage
als along with water supply through stand posts.
Status (as on dd
mm 2015)

85% Work
completed

80% Work
completed

2021
Demand Gap
1600MLD Surplus
900MLD Surplus
112.85 ML 4ML

3795KM 250KM