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May,

2017

CONCEPTUAL PLAN
Modification and Expansion of Group
Housing Project “Atharva”
At
Sector-109, Village Pawala
Khusrupur, Gurugram, Haryana

Project Proponent:
M/s Raheja Developers Ltd.

Environmental Consultant
EQMS India Pvt. Ltd.
304-305, III Floor, Rishabh Tower,
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Plot No. 16, Karkardooma Community Centre,


Karkardooma, Delhi-92
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CONTENTS

SI. NO. DESCRIPTION PAGE NO.


1.0 Introduction 1
1.1 Applicable Environment Legislation 5
1.2 Location and Land Use of project Site 7
1.3 Surroundings and Connectivity of project Site 11
1.4 Land Requirement and Area Summary 13
1.5 Dwelling Units 13
1.6 Estimated Population 13
1.7 Water Requirement 14
1.8 Sewage Generation 14
1.9 Sewage Treatment Process (SAF) 18
1.10 Storm Water Management 21
1.11 Vehicle Parking Facilities 22
1.12 Power Requirement 23
1.13 Solid Waste Generation and Management 23
1.14 Green Area 25
1.15 Construction Material 28

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Modification and Expansion of Group Housing Project “Atharva Group Housing”
At Sec-109, Village Pawala Khurupur, Gurugram, Haryana

CONCEPTUAL PLAN

1.0 Introduction
M/s Raheja Developers Ltd. is a established company in the Indian Realty Sector since 1990 and
is maintaining highest standards of professionals of business with a good customer satisfaction
index and the best standards for the welfare of its staff, society as well as for the environment
and provides the cost effective and holistic solutions which are specific to contemporary
standards for Residential, Commercial, SEZ and Business Centers in the Delhi and NCR. They
have been successful in providing specifically designed housing solutions to the elite
professional keeping in mind their daily needs and their exquisite taste in lifestyle. Mr. Navin
Raheja Founder CMD of the company had been member of steering committee project Tiger
under MoEF &CC has made and released over 122 real wildlife films and had received “Green
Man of India Award”

The Company has traversed a path of steady growth & expansion. The systems have been
strengthened and new processes have been added. Company has well established sustainable
environmental parameters policy which mandates company to follow and adopt all the measures
to make projects sustainable and energy efficient. Company has strong CSR policy under which
Raheja group contributes in welfare of unprivileged sector and runs KMGS as NGO which is
providing education to hundreds of weaker section and underprivileged children’s and is
registered with national open school.

M/s Raheja Developers Ltd. had planned a Group Housing Project located at Village Pawala
Khushrupur Sector 109, Gurugram, Haryana for which environment clearance had been obtained
from SEIAA, Haryana vide Letter no. DEH/09/SEIAA/66 dated 01.04.2009 for an area
measuring 59,132.5722 m2 (14.812 acres) and Built-up area of 1, 57,917.34 m2 attached as
(Annexure I) for the proposed Development as listed below. The application was made under 8
(b).

After obtaining the environment clearance, there were amendment in Haryana Building Bye
Laws and allowable density of people/ha was increased than existing. To avail the allowable
benefit, planning for the project was modified. Modification proposed includes,

 Reducing size/modification of unsold units to be constructed consequent increasing nos. of


DUs to 593. Construction of 72 nos. of servant units as required by Bye Laws.
 Instead of developing 18 villas it was proposed to develop residential blocks of Independent
floors (G+3/G+5) leading to addition of 94 DUs.
 Construction of additional tower “Tower IV” within the existing land as per available density
norms.
 Construction of addition nursery school as per requirement of HUDA Bye Laws

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 Increasing nos. of EWS units from 116 to 125 numbers as per statutory requirement.
 Increasing area of basement by 2201 m2 (to be constructed)
 Addition of 0.8 acres of licensed land (adjacent to existing site in East direction) increasing
area to 15.612 acres from 14.812 acres due to revised plan from DGTCP. On the additional
licensed land additional construction will be done after statutory approvals.

Due to increase in density as per Haryana Building Bylaws leading to modification of planning
and increase in nos. of DUs (703) from 528, EWS units from 116 to 125, plot area, basement
area, total built-up area, expected population, water demand and waste generation of the project.
Details of modification along with the details as approved in EC are given in Table 1 & 2.
Modified site plan as approved by Department of Town and Country Planning is attached as
Annexure II

Table 1: Area Summary of Group Housing as per Awarded EC


S. No Description Areas As Areas as Per
Approved in Modified Planning
EC Letter (Existing +
(2009) Modification)
1. Total Plot Area 59,941.9 63,179.4
2. Area under 24 m wide road surrendered to HUDA 5,913.3 5,913.3
3. Net Plot Area 54,028.6 57,266.1
4. Permissible Ground Coverage 20,979.7 22,112.8
(35 %) (35%)
5. Achieved/Proposed Ground Coverage (%@ plot 19.48 % 20.54%
area)
6. Achieved/Proposed Ground Coverage 11,679.8 12,981.5
 Residential Towers 6,988.7 6,988.7
 Convenient Shopping 0 262.8
 Community Building 202.6 202.6
 EWS 734.6 734.6
 Villas/Small Towers (IFs) 3,514.7 3,514.7
 Tower IV 0 399.2
0 412.6
 Villas in additional land patch
239.2 239.2
 School-1
0 227.2
 School-2
7. Permissible FAR (@1.75 of plot area) 1,04,898.4 11,0564.0
8. Proposed FAR 1,04,898 11,0559.1
 Residential Towers 89,588.3 89,588.3
 Convenient Shopping 262.7 262.7
 Community Building 295.6 295.6
 EWS 3020.7 3020.7
 Villas/Small Towers (IFs) 11,730.7 14,844.5

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 Tower IV (villas) 820.9


 Villas in additional land patch 0 1,726.4
0
9. Basements 53,019.3 55,686.4
Lower basement 0 26,330
Upper basement 0 28,891
Basement under Community Building 0 202.7
Basement under Convenient Shopping 0 262.7
10. Built-up/Covered Area as calculated in 2009* 1,57,917.3 1,66,245.5
11. Area of School* 804.7 1515.8
School 1 804.7 804.7
School 2 0 711.1
12. Non FAR (Service area, Balcony area ,stilt, 23,707.0 30,302.5
Mumty, Machine Room, Guard
Room /modification as per notification 2011 due
to change in definition)
13. Built-up Area (As defined in EIA Notification 1,82,429.1 1,99,616.3
amendment dated 2011)
14. No. of Dwelling Units 528 703
(593+94+16)
15. No. of Basements 2 2
16. No. of Floors G+16 G+13/G+3/G+5
17. After full completion Green Area (@% of Net 32.2 35.7
Plot Area
18. After full completion Green Area 17,385.1 20,447.0
* Built-up area of school, Non-FAR area at floors and area under services was not added in built-up
area. As these were School is free from FAR and other Non FAR area at floors and services not
considered as covered area by architect. In 2009 built-up area used to be assumed as covered area as
defined in plans. However clarity on definition of built-up area came with amendment, 2011 to EIA
Notification. Thus now we have calculated built-up in accordance to EIA Notification, 2011 (as per
revised definition)

Table 2: Summary of Built-up Area

S. No. Particulars Area (m2)


1. Proposed FAR (a+b+c+d) 1,10,559.1
a Residential FAR (Villa +Towers) 1,06,980.1
b EWS 3,020.7
c Convenient Shopping 262.7
d Community Building 295.6
2. Non FAR (Service area, Balcony area ,stilt, Mumty, 30,302.5
Machine Room, Guard Room /modification as per
notification 2011 due to change in definition)
3. Area of Schools 1,515.8

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4. Stilt 1,552.5
5. Basement Area 55,686.4
6. Total proposed Built-up Area 1,99,616.3
On assumption that since project is granted environment clearance under 8(b) activity which
covers the project having built-up area more than 1,50,000 sq m (no closing limit), they
considered that some extra construction will automatically be covered in this clearance M/s
Raheja Developers Ltd. has not applied for revised environment clearance to SEIAA, Haryana
initially for some increase in built-up area and modifications in the plan while they have made
provisions of all environmental requirements for increased levels as per the EC. Later M/s
Raheja Developers Ltd on realizing requirement of obtaining re-environment clearance, have
applied for revised environment clearance for expansion of the project to SEIAA, Haryana vide
letter dated 26.10.2015 as per modified planning without undertaking the increased construction.
Due to long with period of grant of clearance for increased built-up M/s Raheja Developers Ltd
has continued the construction at the site as per modified planning in anticipation that the work
can be conducted on the basis of EC granted for project in 2009 and application for re-
environment clearance for expansion is already in process. The intent was to expedite the
construction and optimize the time and money. Though above construction falls under violation
category, M/s Raheja Developers Ltd has not completely constructed the project as per modified
planning and status of the construction carried out till date as per modified planning is given in
Table 3 below.

Table 3s: Status of Construction at Site as Per Modified Planning


S. Development Covered No. of DU Status of Violation Remarks
2
No. Area (m )
1. Residential 89,588.3 593 general FAR is same but nos. of Occupied-
Towers & 72 units to increase due to OC Obtained
servant units increase in density norms.
2. EWS 3,020.7 125 FAR is same but nos. of Occupied-
units increased to 125 as OC Obtained
per requirement.
3. Villas/Small 14,844.5 94 FAR increased, 11730.7 sq Under
Towers (IFs) m approved for 18 villas Construction.
4. Basements 55,221.0 2 Area increased, 53019.34 Being used-
sq m approved OC Obtained
5. Community 295.6 -- No change. Constructed OC Obtained
Building
Total 1,62,970 -- -- --

M/s Raheja Developers Ltd have complied with all the environmental regulations applicable to
the project apart from the above mentioned violation. M/s Raheja Developers Ltd has obtained
consent to establish from HSPCB and get it renewed as well (Annexure III a & b) for
construction as applicable under Air & Water Act. M/s Raheja Developers Ltd has also obtained

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consent to operate under Air & water Act (1981 & 1974) and Authorization under Hazardous
Waste Rules, 2008 (Annexure IV a, b & c) as applicable for the project from HSPCB.
Occupancy certificate was also obtained for the project from the DTCP, Haryana (Annexure V).
All the provision of parking, water requirement, green space, sewage management, structure
stability are made at site as per the modified planning so as to minimize the impact on the
environment and the society. Environmental Management Measures present at the site are listed
below:

1. Proper sewerage collection and treatment in STP of 550 KLD


2. Re-usage of STP treated water for landscaping and flushing purpose through dual plumbing
system
3. Installation of water conservation taps and fixtures to minimize water requirement
4. Provision of energy saving lighting at the site for internal and external lighting
5. Installation of grid connected SPV power plant of 40.3 KWp as per BIS/HAREDA/MNRE
specifications (NOC from HAREDA and satisfactory report are attached Annexure VI a &
b). Also solar street lights are provided in common areas
6. Proper collection and management of storm water and recharge of run-off to ground
through 6 nos. of filter packed RWH pits
7. Daily collection and disposal of municipal waste through local authorized vendor in the
area
8. Green area of 17,385.1 m2 already developed at the site which is 32.17 % of net plot area.
Green area includes peripheral green belt, avenue plantation, private lawns for each tower
and organized greens.
9. All the surface parking areas are provided with the grass pavers
10. DG sets are provided with acoustic enclosures
11. Provision of adequate parking and roads of adequate width
12. Provision of adequate fire-fighting equipment at the site

1.1 Applicable Environmental Legislation

Project involves expansion and modification of the project “Atharva Group Housing” located at
Sec-109, Gurugram, Haryana. Built-up area of the project after expansion and modification will
be 1,99,616.3 m2 thus the project will fall under activity 8 (b) of schedule 1 and is classified as
Category B. However as the project involves violation of EIA Notification, 2006 thus as per the
latest notification of MoEF&CC, i.e. “SO 804” dated 14.03.2017 all the cases of violation of EIA
Notification, 2006 will be treated as Category A and will be appraised by EAC at central level
irrespective of the development/built-up area, MoEF&CC vide its above mentioned notification
has given a chance to proponent to accept the violation, admit it and apply for environment
clearance within 6 month time from the day of issue of the notification. Other acts & rules
applicable to the project includes following

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 Environment protection Act, 1986


 EIA Notification, 2006 as amended
 MSW Rules, 2016
 Construction & Demolition Waste Management Rules, 2016
 Plastic waste Management Rules, 2016
 Hazardous & Other waste Management Rules, 2016
 E-Waste Rules, 2011 as amended in 2016
 Air Act, 1981
 Water Act, 1974
 Noise Rules, 2000
 Water Cess Act, 1977
 Building Bye Laws of HUDA
 Forest Act 1927 & 1980

M/s Raheja Developers Ltd has attempted to comply with the environmental legislations
applicable to the project and details of the permits obtained by Raheja group for the project are
listed in Table 3.

Table 3: Status of Compliance to Other Environmental Legislations:

Permit/NOC Legislation Remarks


Environment Clearance in EIA Notification, 2006 Letter No. DEH/09/SEIAA/66 dated
2009 1/04/2009-Annexure I
Consent to Establish Water Act, 1974 & Air Act Letter No. HSPCB/TAC/2011/355 dated
1981 09.02.2011-Annexure III a
Consent to Establish Water Act, 1974 & Air Act Letter No. HSPCB/ Consent/ :
Renewal 1981 2821215GUNOCTE1801186 dated
18.03.2015-Annexure III b
Consent to Operate Under Water Act, 1974 Letter No. HSPCB/Consent/ :
Water Act, 1974 2821216GUNOCTO2521460
dated:18/03/2016- Annexure IV a
Consent to Operate Under Air Act, 1981 Letter No. HSPCB/Consent/ :
Air Act, 1981 2821216GUNOCTOHWM2521460
dated:18/03/2016- Annexure IV b
Authorization for Hazardous Hazardous Waste Letter No. HSPCB/Consent/ :
Waste Storage and Disposal (Management, handling and 2821216GUNOCTOHWM2521460
Trans-boundary Movement) dated:18/03/2016- Annexure IV c
Rules, 2008 (Now Hazardous
and Other Rules, 2016)
Occupancy Certificates Under HUDA Bye Laws Annexure V

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Compliance to Conditions of EIA Notification, 2006 Annexure VII


EC Letter
NOC from Dy. Conservator Under Forest Act, 1928 & Annexure VIII
of Forest 1980, PLPA, 1900
NOC from Tehsildar Under Arravali Notification, Annexure IX
1992
NOC from AAI Order No. GSR751 (E) dated Annexure X
30.09.2016
NOC from Fire Department Letter No. Annexure XI
MCG/FS/SFSO/2016/2424
dated 23.07.2016
License for carrying out the Under HUDA Bye Laws Annexure XII a & b
planned development

1.2 Location and Land Use of Project Site


Project site is located at Sector 109, Village Pawala Khusrupur, Gurugram, Haryana. Location
map of the project site is given in Figure 1 below. Site is spread over the area of 15.612 acres
(63,179.4 m2). Entire land is in possession of the Raheja group. Details of the Killa Nos. and
areas is given in Table 4 below. Land use of the project site is residential as per the Master Plan
of Gurgaon, 2031. Master plan with the location of the project site is given in Figure 2. The
project had received license from Directorate of Town and Country Planning Chandigarh vide
memo of 257 dated 07.11.2007 and license no. 14 dated 13.02.2011 and copy of license are
attached as Annexure XII a & b. A 24 m wide road (as per Master Plan, 2031 of Gurgaon)
traverses through the plot. This road will be developed as per Master plan and handed over to
HUDA. Geographical coordinates of the centre of project site are 28°30'30.94"N &
77° 0'24.76"E. Geographical coordinates of all the corners of the project site are given in Table 5
& Figure 3. Photographs of the site are attached as Annexure XIII.

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Figure 1: Location Map of the Project Site

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Figure 2: Gurgaon Manesar Urban Complex Master Plan, 2031 and Project Site Location
Table 4: Details of Killa Nos. and Areas
S. No. Rect No. Killa No. Area (K-M) Area (Acres)
1. 5 8 8-0 --
9 8-0 --
12 8-0 --
13 7-3 --
18 8-0 --
19 8-0 --
22 8-0 --
26 0-17 --
S. Total 56-0 7
2 5 7 8-0
S. Total 8-0 1
3 5 11/2 3-13
20 8-0
21/1 1-7
6 14 7-14

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15 6-15
16 7-12
26 1-5
S. Total 36-6 4.537
4 5 10 7-11
5 11/1 4-7
6 6/2 6-6
S. Total 18-4 2.275
5 5 14/1 6-8
S. Total 6-8 0.8
Total 124-18 15.612
Table 5: Geographical Coordinates of the Project Site
Point as in Map (Figure 3) Latitude Longitude
A 28°30'31.86"N 77° 0'16.68"E
B 28°30'34.66"N 77° 0'21.04"E
C 28°30'34.63"N 77° 0'31.57"E
D 28°30'32.79"N 77° 0'31.56"E
E 28°30'32.77"N 77° 0'31.03"E
F 28°30'30.97"N 77° 0'30.94"E
G 28°30'31.03"N 77° 0'29.10"E
H 28°30'28.99"N 77° 0'28.97"E
I 28°30'28.87"N 77° 0'26.60"E
J 28°30'26.96"N 77° 0'26.60"E
K 28°30'26.99"N 77° 0'24.19"E
L 28°30'28.64"N 77° 0'24.15"E
M 28°30'28.72"N 77° 0'20.92"E
N 28°30'29.07"N 77° 0'20.84"E
O 28°30'29.11"N 77° 0'19.30"E
P 28°30'30.97"N 77° 0'19.34"E
Q 28°30'30.90"N 77° 0'16.80"E

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Figure 3: Geographical Coordinates of the Project Site

1.3 Surroundings and Connectivity of Project Site


Project site is located in Gurgaon city. Gurgaon city is headquarters of Gurgaon district. Gurgaon
has experienced immense and rapid development in past 2 decade. Project site is surrounded by
residential colonies and villages majorly. Google map depicting the site and its surroundings
within 500 m, 2 km and 10 km is attached as Annexure XIII a, b & c. There are no drains,
forest area or environmentally sensitive area within 2 km of the project site. Nazafgarh drain is at
app. 2.3 km from the site in North direction. Details of the surroundings of the project site are
given in Table 6.
Site is well connected with the roads. A 24 m wide road as per the master plan, 2031 of Gurgaon
traverses through the site. This road will be developed and will be handed over to HUDA. This
road connects the site to other sector roads and ultimately connects to the Dwarka Expressway
which is app. 640 m from the site in South direction. Dwarka expressway connects the site to the
IGI airport and then to Delhi. A sector road abuts the site in North direction. Bajghera road is at
app. 1.7 km from site in East direction which connects the site to rest of the Gurgaon. Gurgaon
Railway station is at app. 2 km from the site in South direction and Delhi Cantt. Railway station
is at app. 16 km from site in East direction. Dwarka sec-21 metro station is at 7 km from site in
East direction and IFFCO Chowk metro station is at app. 8 km from site in South direction. IGI
airport is at app. 7 km from site in East direction. Connectivity map of the project site is given in
Figure 4. Details of the connectivity of the project site are given in Table 6.

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Table 6: Surroundings and Connectivity of the Project Site


S. No. Feature Distance and Direction
1. Residential
 International City Abuts site, NE
 Vill. Panwala Khusropur 450 m, W
 Sector 110 500 SE
 Sector 105 1.1 km, S
 Vill. Babupur 600 m, NW
 New Palam Vihar 300 m, E
2. Commercial
 Sector Markets within sectors
 space by India Bulls, Neo Developers 200-250 m, S
and Conscient One
3. Industrial
 Sec 18, 19 & 20 5-6 km, SE
 Sec-37, 36, 24, 33 & 35 6-7 km, SW
4. Nearest City Site is located within Gurgaon City.
 Gurgaon Delhi is app. 8 km from site in East direction
 Delhi
5. Nearest Highway
 Dwarka Expressway 640 m, S
6. Nearest Railway Station
 Gurgaon railway Station 2 km, S
 Delhi Cantt Railway Station 16 km, E
7. Nearest Airport
 Indira Gandhi international Airport 7 km, E
8. Near-by Water body
 Nazafgarh Drain 2.3 km, N
9. Near-by Eco-Sensitive Zone
 Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary 11.5 km, W
10. Near-by School
 Planned schools (2 nos) within site Within site
 Eureka Pre-school 1.7 km, SSE
 MMI 2 km, E
 Chiranjivi Bharti School 3 km, E
 Blue bells model school, Jiwan Jyoti 3.5-4 km, S
school & CCA school
 Skylark school of business & 2.3 km, S
technology
6 km, E
 Amity
5.0 km, S
 Dronacharya Govt. college
11. Near-by Hospitals
 Manipal Hospital 11.4 km, NW

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 Max Vision Super Speciality Hospital 15 km, NW

Figure 4: Connectivity Map of the Project Site

1.4 Land Requirement and Area Summary


As discussed in section 1.1 as per modification, total area of the project site is 15.612 acres
(63,179.4 m2). Built-up area of the project after the modification and expansion will be
1,99,616.3 m2 Area detail and summary is given in Table 1 & 2 above.

1.5 Dwelling Units


As per the modified planning of the project, total nos. of dwelling units planned are 703 apart
from this there are 2 nos. of villas, 72 nos. servant units and 125 nos. of EWS units. Details of
dwelling units are given in Table 6.
Table 6: Details of Dwelling Unit
S. No. Block/Tower Units Servant Units
1. A 51 44
2. B 51 0
3. C 51 0
4. D 51 0
5. E 118 0
6. F 118 0
7. Block-I 51 0

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8. Block-II 51 0
9. Block-III 51 0
10. IF-I** 6 2
11. IF-II** 8 2
12. IF-III to VI** 40 16
13. IF-VII to X** 40 8
14. Tower IV* 16 0
Total 703 72
15. EWS 125 0
16. Villas* 2 0

*Not constructed yet


** Under construction

1.6 Estimated Population


Population at the site comprise of residents, staff & visitors. Details of existing (constructed
units) as well as estimated population at the site are given in Table 7.

Table 7: Existing (Constructed) & Estimated Population at Site


Nos. of Populati Nos. of
Units- on Units Populatio
S. Occupied/Co (Nos.)- Propos n- Total
NO Category Standard nstructed Existing ed Proposed Population
A Residents
Residents-
Towers & 5 person per
1 IFs unit 687 3435 16 80 3515
Residents- 5 person per
2 Villas unit 0 0 2 10 10
Residents- 5 person per
3 EWS unit 125 625 0 0 625
10% of total
4 Staff population -- 406 -- 9 415
10% of total
5 Visitors population -- 406 -- 9 415
Total Residential Population 4872 -- 108 4980
Communit 1.5 sq
B y Hall m/person 295.6 sq m 198 0 0 198
1 Staff 10% -- 20 0 0 20
2 Visitors 90% -- 178 0 0 178
Convenien 3 m2 / 262.7
C t person 0 0 m2 88 88

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Shopping
1 Staff 10% 0 0 -- 9 9
2 Visitors 90% 0 0 -- 79 79
School 1 4 m2 / 1515.8
D &2 person 0 0 sq m 379 379
1 Staff 15% 0 0 -- 57 57
2 Students 85% 0 0 -- 322 322

1.7 Water Requirement


Water requirement during construction phase is app. 50-60 KLD. Source of water during
construction is treated water from nearby CSTP of HUDA (at Manesar). Source of water during
operation phase is HUDA supply supplemented by private water tankers. Total water
requirement for the project is 732.68 KLD out of which 610 KLD is domestic water requirement,
122.68 KLD is horticulture water requirement and 44 KLD is used for road and car washing
during non rainy season. Fresh water requirement is 427 KLD and recycled water requirement is
349.68 KLD. Detailed water calculations are given in Table 8. Water balance diagram are given
in Figure 5 & 6.

1.8 Sewage Generation


Sewage generation from the project site is expected to be 525 KLD which should be treated in
STP of capacity 630 KLD. STP of 550 KLD is already constructed at the site and is operational.
Remaining 80 KLD of STP will be constructed as second module. Treated water from the STP is
being used for flushing, horticulture and road &car washing. Remaining treated water is used for
construction at the site or can be given to nearby construction sites or can be disposed off in
sewer. STP with the SAF (Submerged Aerated filter) technology is constructed at the site and
same technology will be adopted for expansion. STP is open to air. Water is treated upto tertiary
level in the STP. Details of sewage treatment methodology and process are given in section 1.9.
Detail of sewage generation and STP capacity is mentioned in Table 8. Characteristics of the
sewage are given in Table 9.

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Table 8: Detail of Water Requirement


Existing (Constructed) Expansion (Non-Constructed) Total
Populatio Total Total
n/Area Water Recycl Water Recycl Water Fresh Total
Standar (sq m)- Require Fresh ed Populatio Requir Fresh ed Require Wate Recycled
ds Construc ment Water Water- n/Area ement Water Water- ment r- Water-
Category (LPCD) ted Units (KLD) -KLD KLD (sq m) (sq m) -KLD KLD (KLD) KLD KLD
Residents 135 4060 548 384 164 90 13 9 4 561 393 168
Staff/Students 45 426 20 14 6 397 18 13 5 38 27 11
Visitors 15 584 9 6 3 88 2 1 1 11 7 4
Total -- -- 577 404 173 -- 33 23 10 610 427 183
Domestic
Population
Green Area 6 liters/sq 17385.1 104.31 0 104.31 3061.9 18.37 0 18.37 122.68 0 122.68
2
(m ) m
Road and Car 44
Washing
Total Water -- -- 681.31 404 277.31 -- 51.37 23 28.37 732.68 427 349.68
Requirement
Sewage Generation 496 29 525
STP Capacity 550 80 630
Treated Water 397 23 420
Re-usage of Treated 349.68
Water
 Flushing 183
 Horticulture 122.68
 Road and Car washing 44
Usage for construction at 70.32
site/Disposal in Sewer
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Total Water Requirement


732.68 KLD

Fresh Water Requirement Recycled Water


427 KLD Requirement
349.68 KLD

Consumption
427 KLD

Flushing Horticulture Road and Car


80% 122.68 KLD washing 44 KLD
183 KLD
100%

Sewage
525 KLD

349.6 KLD
80% STP
630 KLD
420 KLD

Sewer Figure 5: Water Balance Diagram-Dry Season


70.32 KLD

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Total Water Requirement


732.68 KLD

Fresh Water Requirement Recycled Water


427 KLD Requirement
183 KLD

Consumption
427 KLD

Flushing Horticulture Road & Car


80% 0 KLD Washing 0KLD
183 KLD
100%

Sewage
525 KLD

183 KLD
80% STP
630 KLD
420 KLD

Figure 6: Water Balance Diagram-Monsoon Season

Sewer
237 KLD

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Table 9: Characteristics of Sewage


Parameters Characteristics
Temperature Maximum 32oC
pH 6-9.5
Colour Black
TSS (mg/l) 100-400 mg/l
BOD (mg/l) 200-300 mg/l
COD (mg/l) 500-700 mg/l

1.9 Sewage Treatment Process (SAF)


SAF is an extremely efficient and well-proven biological treatment process which is used
to biodegrade organic matter. It can also reduce nitrogen in the wastewater to deliver a treated
wastewater that exhibits a very high level of BOD, COD and Nitrogen reduction along with high
levels of reduction in suspended solids. The SAF could be described as a “box of media”. It
utilizes a rigid, corrugated, structured polypropylene media to give a high surface area for
biomass attachment. The media is arranged into cells-in-series where effluent is contacted with
the fully submerged media in the presence of co-current aeration. Air is supplied by two low-
maintenance regenerative blowers. Air enters the process below the media via fine bubble
membrane diffusers. A secondary clarifier tank follows the SAF for removal of any biomass that
sloughs off the media during operation. Biological phosphorus and nitrogen removal can be
achieved with the SAF since the design incorporates sequential staged operations as required for
BNR flow schemes. Phosphorus removal utilizes the anaerobic, balance tank (septic tank) used
prior to the SAF. Recycled sludge from the final clarifier is mixed with the influent in this stage.
Nitrogen removal is then achieved via denitrification in the first cell of the SAF where, with no
air injected, and the introduction of recycled nitrified effluent from the end of the process, the
process becomes anoxic. The latter SAF cells are fully aerated and BOD removal and
nitrification are achieved in these. Full BNR requires a fourcell SAF, minimum. Typically
effluent from a full BNR scheme will be:
 BOD less than 10 mg/l
 Total nitrogen less than 5 mg/l
 Ammonia nitrogen less than 1 mg/l
 Total phosphorus less than 0.5 mg/l
Process:
Raw sewage from the sewage pump station is pumped through the inlet works of the WWTP
where it undergoes screening for removal of inorganics prior to entering the balance tank. The
balance tank provides a buffer against peak inflows and provides a steady inflow to the
downstream process. Prior to entering the treated effluent storage tank the effluent may be
filtered (to achieve Class A quality). The treated effluent is stored in the irrigation tank prior to
discharge to the irrigation field or re-use, whichever is applicable.

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Inlet Works
All raw sewage is pumped to the inlet works of the waste water treatment plant. A mechanical
screen is installed to remove all the inorganic material from the sewage and dispose it to the
waste bin below.
Balance Tank
The Balance Tank is designed to handle peak flows and allow a pre-determined and controlled
flow for subsequent treatment. The waste water is temporarily stored in the Balance Tank before
being pumped by a submersible Balance Pump to Primary Tank 1. The flow rate is set using the
flow control valves located in the Balance Tank. Excess flow is returned to the same tank.
The Balance Tank level is regulated by 3 float-type level switches. A coagulant is dosed into the
discharge of the Balance Pump by the Coagulant Dosing Pump whenever the Balance Pump
runs. The coagulant assists both in aiding the settlement of settleable solids in the plant and in
reducing the phosphorous level in the treated effluent. The Coagulant Dosing pump draws from a
bunded carboy of coagulant.]
Primary Tanks
Primary Tank 1 provides additional buffer capacity of inlet flow whilst Primary Tank 2 creates a
steady inflow for the Anoxic and the Aerobic Tanks. After the waste water is delivered to
Primary Tank 1, the top water level of the influent waste water is allowed to overflow into
Primary Tank 2. Both tanks encourage sedimentation of between 30 and 50% of the influent
suspended solids and allow anaerobic digestion to take place.
In anaerobic waste water treatment, bacteria digest organic material in the absence of oxygen and
transform part of the sludge to gases such as methane and carbon dioxide. In this design, the
anaerobic treatment occurs in Primary Tank 1 and Primary Tank 2.
Anoxic Tank
The top water level of the influent waste water is allowed to overflow from Primary Tank 2 to
the Anoxic Tank. The Anoxic Tank allows nitrate-specific bacteria to use nitrate (NO3) as an
oxygen source and a nutrient in a process called denitrification. This activity helps to remove
nitrogen based pollutants such as urea and ammonia by converting them into nitrate and nitrite
before releasing them as nitrogen gas into the atmosphere. The tank is enriched with returned
activated sludge (RAS) from the Clarifier to provide a plentiful supply of food for the bacteria.
The partially treated effluent from the Anoxic Tank contains approximately 65% of the pollution
load of the original sewage influent entering the waste water plant.
Aerobic Tank
The top water level of the influent waste water is allowed to overflow from the Anoxic Tank to
the Aerobic Tank where it is aerated. Air is introduced into the Aerobic Tank by the Biological
Air Blower through air diffusers located beneath a submerged media. Coarse air bubbles provide
favourable conditions for the growth of aerobic bacteria.
The Aerobic Tank which contains the submerged media has a large surface area, allowing
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utilise the dissolved oxygen in the air bubbles in the waste water to consume dissolved matter
and by so doing remove a majority of the colloidal contaminants present in the waste water by
converting them into carbon dioxide and biological floc.
Floc is then allowed to settle in the Clarifier from where it is removed, thereby reducing the
accumulation of sludge. Friction from the coarse air bubbles further serves to scour and release
dead biomass from the media. This Aerobic Tank is partially divided by a baffle so as to prevent
under-aerated waste water from prematurely moving to the next stage in the treatment process.
This baffle also serves to alter the flow direction such that the partially treated waste water will
make intimate contact with the submerged media before entering the Clarifier.
Clarifier
The Clarifier removes heavier solids by means of settlement and separation from the liquid
phase. It is designed to have a large surface area with adequate retention time. The hopper
bottom channels the sediment to the centre of the Clarifier tank before the sediment is returned to
Primary Tank 1.
Clear liquor from the top of the Clarifier is decanted into the Chlorine Contact Tank. In this
process, clarification and thickening happen at the same time. Separation of solids from the
liquid stream occurs to produce a clarified effluent with low suspended solid levels. From
thickening, the conveyance of sludge particles to the bottom of the tank results in a
slightly concentrated underflow, known as return activated sludge (RAS).
Chlorine Contact
The top water level of the influent waste water is allowed to overflow from the Clarifier to the
Chlorine Contact Tank. The Chlorine Contact Tank contains chlorine in tablet form and it is
designed to provide 30 minutes minimum contact time for effective disinfection of the influent
with chlorine, a powerful disinfectant.
This is a process whereby chlorine compounds are added to the treated waste water for the
purpose of pathogen reduction. Calcium hypochlorite tablets are in constant contact with the
effluent to ensure that the effluent is safe for disposal.
Media Filter
A media filter is required to meet the quality to re-use it again. Before reaching the Irrigation
Tanks the effluent is filtered using a Media Filter which will remove particles above 10 microns
in size. When the pressure drop across the Media Filter reaches a pre-determined set point the
Media Filter is automatically backwashed by the Media Filter Backwash Pump which draws
water from the Irrigation Tank with the dirty backwash wash water going back to the Balance
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Figure 7: Typical flow Diagram of SAF Process Cycle

1.10 Storm Water Management


Storm water drainage system is provided at project site for channelizing storm water and
prevents local flooding. Covered storm water drains are provided at the site. Run-off from the
site is collected and recharged into the ground through 6 nos. of RWH pits existing at the site.
Recharge of the rainfall run-off to ground not only prevents the local flooding during rains but
als helps in augmenting the ground water level of the aquifers. CGWB has declared entire
Gurgaon district as notified zone in 2011. Ground water level in project area is app. 50 m bgl.
Stage of ground water development in project area is app. 308%. Run-off available from the site
annually is calculated and is presented in the Table 11. Calculations for rain water harvesting
pits are given below in Table 12. Layout plan showing location of RWH pits is attached as
Annexure XIV. Schematic diagram of RWH pit is given on Figure 8

Table 11: Available Run-off from Site


S. No. Catchment Area (sq m) Run-off Average Available
Coefficient Annual Annual
Rainfall Run-off
(mm) (cum)
1. Roof top 12,981.5 0.9 596 15958.4
2. Hard green 10,966.3 0.6 596 3921.5
3. Soft green 9,480.7 0.2 596 1130.1
4. Paved Areas 29750.9 0.7 596 12412.1
Total Run-off 33,422.1

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Table 12: Calculation for RWH Pits


S. No. Catchment Area (m2) Run-off Peak Available
Coefficient Hourly Annual
Rainfall Run-off
(m) (cum)
1. Roof top 12,981.5 0.9 0.055 642.6
2. Hard green 10,966.3 0.6 0.055 361.9
3. Soft green 9,480.7 0.2 0.055 104.3
4. Paved Areas 29750.9 0.7 0.055 1145.4
Total Run-off 2254.2
Retention Time 10 min
Available Run-off in 10 min 225.4
Size of RWH Pit 36
Nos. of RWH Pit 6.3
Nos. of Pits proposed 7
No. of Pits Existing 6
No. of Pits to be Constructed 1

Figure 8: Schematic Diagram of RWH Pits

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1.11 Vehicle Parking Facilities

Adequate parking is provided to accommodate the expected vehicles during operation phase of
the project. Parking is provided in accordance to HUDA Bye Laws. Parking required and
proposed parking is described below;

Parking Required:
As per MoEF norms:
For Residential facilities = 1 ECS/ 100 m2 FAR area
= 1,10000.7548/100 = 1100 ECS
For Commercial & Community = 1 ECS/ 50 m2 FAR area
= 262.709/50 = 6 ECS
For Nursery school = 1 ECS/ 50 m2 FAR area
= 1515.868/50 = 30 ECS

Total parking required as per MoEF Norms = 1100+6+30 = 1,136 ECS


As per Haryana Bye laws:
For Main DU: 1.5 ECS per DU’s (705 DU’s) = 1057 ECS

Parking Proposed:
Area provided for parking in Basement = 37,380 m2

Area required for 1 ECS of Basement parking = 35 m²

Parking provided in Basement = 1,068 ECS

Area provided for parking on Surface = 5600 m²

Area required for 1 ECS of Surface parking = 25 m²

Parking provided on surface = 224 ECS

Total Parking Provided

(Residential, Commercial, EWS, Community, School) = 1068+224=1,292 ECS

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Car parking of 1,292 ECS will be provided within project site to accommodate expected
vehicles. Car Parking & Traffic circulation for surface and basement are attached as Annexure
XV a, b & c.

1.12 Power Requirement


Maximum power demand for the project is estimated to be 4158.26 KW. Source of power will be
DHBVNL.

Details of D.G Sets


During power failure the sauce of supply is through DFG sets which are acoustic in nature. The
total 750 kVA (500*1+250*1) DG sets are installed at site. 2 DG sets of total capacity 1000 kVA
(500*2) is proposed to be installed as per raise in demand. Layout showing electrical HT & LT
room and DG sets are given in Annexure XVI and electrical SLD is attached as Annexure
XVII.

1.13 Solid Waste Generation And Management

Solid waste is generated both during construction as well as during operation phase. Solid waste
generated during construction phase is majorly excavated materials, cement bags, bricks,
concrete, MS rods, tiles, wood etc. Table 13 details the solid waste management plan during
construction phase
Table 13: Solid Waste Management during Construction Phase
S. No. Solid waste Solid waste Management
1. Waste materials like MS Construction waste should be segregated into
Rods, bricks, concrete, recyclable/reusable and discarded material. Recyclable
broken tiles, wood pieces, material should be sold to authorize dealers. Re-usable
cement bags etc. material should be stored under covered conditions at
site and reject should be disposed off at the designated
locations by HUDA. Waste should be transported in
covered vehicles only.
2. Excavated Soil Top soil should be stripped and stored in covered
condition. Top soil should be used for landscaping
within the project site. Remaining excavated soil should
be re-used within the site for filling and leveling and
construction of roads. Excess muck should be disposed
off at the designated locations.
3. Domestic Waste Waste generated from labour hutment should be

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segregated into recyclable and rejected fraction.


Recyclable waste should be sld to authorized vendor and
emaining should be disposed off through local agencies
in the area responsible for waste management
During operation phase, waste comprise of municipal waste. It is estimated that approx. 2436 kg
per day (@0.5 kg per capita per day for the guests, 0.15 kg per capita per day for the visitor, 0.25
kg per capita per day for the staff members, whereas 0.2 kg/acres/day is considered for landscape
wastes) is estimated to be generated from project site after expansion and modification.
Estimations for solid waste generation during operation phase are given in Table 14. Waste
management plan is given below.

Table 14: Calculation of Solid Waste Generation


Expansion/ Expansion/M
Existing Modificatio odification Total
Existing Waste n Waste Waste Recyclabl
Standard Population/ Generatio Population/ Generation Genera e/Re-
Category (kg/day) Area (sq m) n (kg/day) Area (sq m) (kg/day) tion usable Rejects
4060 2075 1452
0.5 2030 90 45 623
Residents
0.25 426 107 397 99 206 62 144
Staff/Students
0.15 584 88 88 13 101 30 71
Visitors
0.2
Green Area kg/acre/ 4.3 1 0.76 0.1 1 1 0
(acre) day
STP Sludge -- -- 50 -- 3 53 53 0
Total Waste 2276 160 2436 769 1667
-- -- --
Generation
(Source: For Waste Collection, Chapter 3, Table 3.6, Page no. 49, & Bio-Medical waste
Chapter 7, page 148 of Central Public Health & Environment Engineering Organization,
Ministry of Urban Development, (Government of India, May 2000))

 Collection and Segregation of waste


a. A door to door collection system is provided for collection of domestic waste
b. Local vendors are hired for waste collection and management
c. Separate colored bins for dry recyclables and rejected waste are provided to residents as
well as in common and open areas

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 Treatment of waste
a. Sludge from STP is stabilized and is used as manure
b. Landscape waste is composted in pit and is used as manure

 Disposal
a. Rejected fraction of the waste is collected and disposed by local agencies on daily basis.
b. Recyclable waste and E-waste is sold to authorized vendors
c. Used oil from DG sets is sold to authorized vendors

1.14 Green Area

Total green area measures 20,447 m2 i.e. 35.7 % of the net plot area is planned to be kept under
green cover. At present, 17,385.1 sq m of area is already under green cover at site. Evergreen
and native species are preferably planted at the project site. Native species are adapted to natural
conditions and also requires less aftercare and maintenance. Trees with large & round canopy are
planted. Plantation act as noise buffer and also provide surface for dust settlement. Green belt
development plan for the area is given below

Green Belt development Plan

All the developments are associated with the pollution of one or more environmental component.
Plants are the natural sink of that pollution. Plants help in abatement of the pollution and restore
the degraded environment. Green belt lowers down the air pollution by providing a surface to
settle down or by absorbing the pollutants, attenuate noise level and uses the waste water. Phyto-
remediation is one of the most successful available technologies of restoring the degraded
environment. For this project area of 20,447 m2 is proposed to be put under green cover. Green
cover will comprise of:

 A peripheral green belt


 Avenue plantation (along road)
 Lawns/parks & grass cretes/pavers
 Planters

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Selection of Plant Species for Green Belt Development

Selection of plant species for the development depends on various factors such as climate,
elevation and soil. The plants would exhibit the following desirable characteristics in order to be
selected for plantation

1. Species should be fast growing and providing optimum penetrability with minimal
maintenance. Perennial, evergreen & fast growing trees
2. Species should be wind-firm and deep rooted
3. Indigenous and locally available species will be planted
4. Trees with high foliage density, leaves with larger leaf area and hairy on both the surfaces.
Round, thick & spreading canopy is preferred for peripheral green belt and oblong canopy
for road side plantation
5. Ability to withstand conditions like inundation and drought
6. Soil improving plants (Nitrogen fixing rapidly decomposable leaf litter)
7. Bird and insect attracting tree species
8. Tolerant to climatic conditions of the area and with less water requirement & after care will
preferable be planted. Species tolerance to air pollutants like SO2 and NO2 should be
preferred
9. Plantation trees with ornamental foliage & shrubs with fragrant flowers will enhance scenic
beauty of the area. Attractive appearance with good flowering and fruit bearing
10. Plantation should be such that it maintains ecological & hydrological balance of the region.
Trees and shrubs to be planted at project site as per CPCB guidelines for green belt development
are given below in Table 15 below

Table 15: List of Trees

S. No. Botanical Name Common Name


Trees
1 Albizzia lebbek Woman’s tongue tree
2 Anthocephalus cadamba Cadamba
3 Bauhinia blakeana Hong Kong Orchid
4 Bismarckia nobilis Bismarckia Palm
5 Cassia fistula Amaltas
6 Cassia javanica Apple blossom

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7 Crataeva adansonii Caper tree


8 Delonix regia Gulmohar
9 Ficus Alii Carrion Plant
10 Ficus Benjamina Weeping fig
11 Ficus lyrata Fiddle leaf
12 Ficus reginald Fig tree
13 Pterospermum acerifolium Kanak Champa
14 Plumeria obtusa/Rubra Frangipani
15 Wodiatia bifurcate Fox tail palm
16 Azadirachta indica Neem
Shrubs
1 Dypsis lutescens Arcea palm
2 Cestrum nocturnum Raatrani
3 Cycus revolute Japanese sago palm
4 Jatropha integerrima Peregrina
5 Rhapis palms Broad leaf lady palm
6 Duranta goldeana Golden dewdrop
7 Ficus panda Golden ficus
8 Tecoma gaudichaudi Yellow bells
9 Pittosporum tobira Japanese Mock Orange
10 Tecoma capensis Cape honeysuckle
11 Cyperus alternifolius Umberella palm
12 Anthrostylidium urbanii Dry yellow bamboo
Grass/herbs
1 Alternethera ficoidea Red fine leaf
2 Ophiopogon japonicas Monkey grass
3 Lantana sellowiana Lantana
4 Wedelia calendulacea Creeping oxeyes
5 Phalaris arundinacea Ribbon grass
6 Zephyranthes rosea Pink rain lily
7 Asparagus plumosa Asparagus
Creepers
1 Clerodendron splendens Glory tree
2 Bignonia venusta Flame vine
3 Bougainvillea bonsai Bougainvillea
(Source: Guidelines for developing Green Belts by CPCB, 2000)

After Care and Monitoring


Plants grown are monitored for first three years. Nutrients are supplemented and the juveniles are
provided protection. Following measures are taken:

1. Adequate nutrient supply is maintained by providing manure timely


2. Absence of water stress

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3. Construction of the protection wall all around to protect from animals and outsiders from
damage
Regular inspection of the site is done to check the survival. Record keeping of number of
saplings planted and surviving is kept. Regular pruning of road side trees is done as per
requirement. Weeding is carried out along with regular manuring & watering. Treated water
from STP is used for watering plant which is rich in nutrients. Landscape Plane for the project
site is attached as Annexure XVIII.

1.15 Construction Material


Material for the construction can be sourced from Rewari, Alwar and Delhi. Detail of different
type of construction material with their U values is given in Table 16. List of machinery which
may be used for construction is given below.

Table 16: List of Construction Materials

Type of Construction U values (in W/m2deg C)


Walls:
Brick:
Plastered both sides 3.24
Solid Unplastered 2.67
Plastered both sides 2.24
Concrete, Ordinary, Dense:
-152mm 3.58
-203mm 3.18
Concrete block:
CLC Fly ash block 1.19
Hollow Concrete block, 220mm, single skin, outside rendered, inside plastered:
CLC Fly ash block 1.70
Roofs Flat
Reinforced concrete slab, 100mm, scered 63- 3.35
12 mm, 3 layers bituminous felt
Floors:
Concrete on ground or hardcore fill 1.13
+ Grano, Terrazze or tile finish 1.13
+ Wood block finish 0.85
Exposure South Shelterd:
Single glazing 3.97
Double glazing 6 mm space 2.67

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LIST OF MACHINERY USED DURING CONSTRUCTION

 Dumper
 Concrete mixer with hopper
 Excavator
 Concrete Batching Plant
 Cranes
 Road roller
 Bulldozer
 Tower Cranes
 Hoist
 Labor Lifts
 Concrete pressure pumps
 Mobile transit mixer

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