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Water Sector - Scope
India

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Tagore Apartment E-8, Suman Apartments, Opp Aggarwal Residency, Shankar Lane,Tagore Road Rajkot Kandiwali West, Mumbai-64

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Mr. Raghuram AVG 102 A, Sri Dattasai Commercial Complex, Opp. Saptagiri Theatre, RTC X Roads, Hyd - 500020

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5E Cons ulting, india, ahmedabad, s ourabh agarwal, reades ign, architecture, project management, s us tainabilityl es tate, Project Feas ibility, Res earch, Technology and s ys tem, Economic commercial, Legal, green building, leed, griha, s us tainability, Swapnil anil, real es tate demand as s es s ment, Ahmedabad, ranchi, cept, nicmar, energy s tar rating, interior des ign, earned value management, pert, cpm, Micros oft project, primavera, material management, multiplex, truck terminal, amus ement park, bridge, building, park, garden, bus s top, viability s tudy, planning, infras tructure, environment, us gbc, igbc, teri, leed ap, hous ing, cons truction, contractor, s bs t, s chool of building s cience and technology, flyover, indus trial s head, s hed, water harves ting, heat is land effect, third party ins pection, telecom towers , eoi, rfp, s torm water management, energy modeling, renewable energy, carbon credits , 5e, five elements , five e, 5, e, cons ultants , cons ultancy, cons ulting, rainwater harves ting, s olar energy, wind energy, green power, green e, cons truction activity pollution prevention, fs i, s aleable area, gicea, carpet area, builtup built-up, area s uper builtup mckins ey plants reus e recycling res ource reduction Rajkot s olid was te management ocean villa res ort cottage touris m touris ts s urvey opinion s urvey cvc clas s ified volume count mdf agrifibre board rfp eoi tender es timation quantity s urvey hvac air conditioning power albedo aquifer architectural architect performance index performance monitoring das hboard bas is of des ign commis s ioning report agent biofuel vermin-compos ting vermin compos ting was te to energy blackwater brownfield vc pe funding venture capital private equity bankable feas ibility reports document power point excel ms project leed rating platinum certified 1s o 9000 14001 automation dens ity carbon dioxide climate change rainfall flood commis s ioning authority Inddor environmental quality air quality controls factor End-to-End Integrated Solution Provider linking the entire value chains from Planning & Architecture to Engineering/ Des ign to Project Management acros s various s ectors : Core Infras tructure, U rban Services , Public H ealth Eng, Trans portation and Value Added/ Themed bas ed/ Integrated Development. premier des ign engineering and cons ultancy organiz ation Budget Bus ines s Proces s ModelingTrans porta tion

Water in India - Overview
Drivers of Water Usage Population ± Expected to increase from 1.13 billion 2005 to 1.66 billion by 2050. Urbanization - Urban population is expected to grow from 29.2% of the total population in 2007 to 55.2% by 2050 Per Capita Income - Expected to increase from $4681in 2007 to $17,3661by 2050 Industrialization - Industrial contribution to the GDP is expected to increase from ~78%2in 2000 to ~92%2by 2015 Agriculture - Production of water-intensive crops is expected to grow by 80% between 2000 and 2050Water Water Consumption Cycle
Annual Precipitation ± 4000 Tr Lts

Domestic 5%

777 387

Industry 6%

689

Agriculture 89%
Usable Water - Ground
Total reserve In Tr lts

Non Usable water Usable Water - urface

Treated Water 5.84 Tr Lt^3

Sectoral Wastewater Generation, 2003 (MM liters/day)

Water in India

Domestic Wastewater Generation in Cities, 2003 (MM liters/day)

 

Waste & Sewerage 10.24 Tr Lt^3

Clean water Demand in India ± 2000 to 2050
Comparison of Per Capita Clean Water Availability1and Demand in India (1997 2050E) Water Consumption Breakdown in India by Sector(2000 2050E)

‡Between 1997 to 2050, India will move toward water scarcity due to growing demand and a drop in the supply of clean water ‡Total water demand is projected to increase by 89% due to rapid increase in population ‡Per capita water availability is projected to decrease by ~44% during the same period ‡Regional disparities in reserves and replenishment are expected to intensify water scarcity

‡Agriculture¶s share of total water consumption is expected to decrease between 2000 and 2050 ‡More efficient methods of irrigation and lower reliance on agriculturally-based products are expected to lead to this reduction ‡Domestic and industrial sectors are projected to constitute a growing share of the total water consumption between 2000 and 2050 ‡The industrial sector demand is expected nearly quadruple due to rapid industrialization and economic growth

Consumption Comparative India, China, and US

Investment trends
Trends
‡World Commission on Water estimates Water Investments would increase from 70 billion $ in 2005 to 140 billion $/ year by 2030 ‡ADB doubling its water investment portfolio from 2006 -10 Investment to increase from 1.4 billion $ / year to 3 billion $ /year by 2010 ‡ADB ± Supporting investments in J URM activities - Investment of 270 Million $ in the next 7 years

‡Private Sector investments in Water in India increasing ‡Two clear trends emerging ± 1. Investors ± Looking at Water sector as a major investment opportunity, 2. A signal to Government, seeking suitable policy framework to facilitate this investments. ‡Total allocation under state and central plan - For irrigation, command area and flood control Increased from Rs.95,700 crores in X plan to Rs. 2,32,311 crores in XI plan ‡Total additional fund requirement during the XI plan Addressing specific issues related to impact of climate change on water resources Rs.28,656 crores

Major Investments in urban water sector under JNNURM
NNURM ± Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission ‡Reform based investment plan by government ‡Government to invest Rs. 50,000 crores (10 billion $) between 2006 ± 12 ‡Matching contribution from Cities and States ‡Expected to create an investment of 50 billion $ (Source ± Planning Commission) ‡Water sector investments ± 30 billion $

Sector wise Status of Projects under JNNURM
Sl o Sector umber of % of Cost of % of cost of Funds % of funds Project Projects projects projects Released released Sanctioned Sanctioned sanctioned sanctioned 59 12.8 706674.8 14.3 92329.06 12.43 75 140 99 9 19 13 40 2 4 1 461 16.27 30.37 21.48 1.95 4.12 2.82 8.68 0.43 0.87 0.22 100.01 338223.5 1832462 1233864 44518.28 477096.6 68602.01 218614.4 4923.08 11670.54 5600 4942249 6.84 37.08 24.97 0.9 9.65 1.39 4.42 0.1 0.24 0.11 100 68884.75 293843 160939 5922.05 78656.14 8623.24 28599.79 3450.48 892.51 700 742840 9.27 39.56 21.67 0.8 10.59 1.16 3.85 0.46 0.12 0.09 100

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Drainage/Storm Water Drainage Roads/Flyovers Water Supply Sewerage Urban Renewal Mass Rapid Transport System Other Urban Transport Solid Waste Management Development of Heritage Areas Preservation of Water Bodies Parking Total

Business Opportunities - Water
Water Saving devices & equipment water treatment systems in building sectorthe XI plan Addressing specific issues related to impact of climate change on water resources Rs.28,656 crores Faucets, low water consuming taps, water less urinals, E- taps  Waste water treatment & recycling systems for buildings Industrial Water treatment Effluent treatment plants Waste water recycling systems to recover chemicals, reduce waste and water consumption (Chemical, Engineering, Automobile, Pulp & Paper sector, etc Eg: Integrated Paper plants ± Inv. Opportunity ± Rs 500 crores for water efficiency improvement) Achieving zero water discharge Industrial effluent ± treatment and reuse in Agriculture Use of municipal waste water in industry after treatment Water audits and studies Municipal Water supply & Waste water treatment  Sewage treatment plants  Urban water management (Leakage detection & reduction, Metering & Automation)  Recycling of treated waste water  Water pumping efficiency improvement  Decentralised waste water treatment  Desalination projects  Water audits and studies for cities Rain water Harvesting Drinking water Agriculture (Drip irrigation project, Industry participation in small and medium irrigation projects, Water shed development and rain water harvesting) Urban and Rural Sanitation

List of Prominent Consultants in water sector
TCE Consulting Engineers Limited DHV India. Environmental Engineers Consortium Associated Environmental Engineers Pvt. LTD WE CO CO SULTA CY (Pvt). LTD Aquachem Consulting Engineers Private Limited Mott MacDonald India Consulting Engineering Services (India) Private Limited (CES) Degremont India Ltd MDP Consultants (Private) limited Tata Consultancy Services Puretech Environmental Engineering Consultants Montgomery Watson Harza (MWH) India CH2MHILL India Haskoning India Private Limited A. B. Consultants Private Limited LVK Enviro Consultants A. B. Consultants Private Limited