are the first Company in India to have carried out Cured-in-place-pipe
(CIPP) Lining of such large sewer lines under most difficult
and arduous working conditions and have successfully completed
the project. Even though installation process is highly challenging
because of the infrastructure involved, we decided that this
would be the best suited for Indian conditions, primarily
on account of the total absence of joints and the possibility
of stringent quality control and production and installation
phases resulting in flawless and joint less sewers
specific job involved a 3.4 km long, badly damaged sewer of
1.6 meter diameter, at a depth of around 30 feet below the
surface in unstable strata with a ground-water head of almost
25 feet. The sewer crossed thickly populated and constructed
areas as well as arterial roads such as the Ring road in Delhi.
The sewers were 80 to 100% full of silt, and that there was
a very severe water infiltration problem. The unstable soil
conditions coupled with the displaced joints, sinking
manholes and sewer settlements compounded the rehabilitation
challenges. The critical sewer situation was because of the
non-functioning and deficient levels of the sewerage infrastructure.
We located and exported the necessary technology for Sewer
Rehabilitation to India that would provide Rehabilitation
and trouble free service and ensure a trouble free performance
for the sewers for decades.
there were no or very little out flow (2MGD) now the out flow
has been achieved to 9 to 12 MGD.
had 5 trolleys (pumps) in different part of the sewer line
to help the line to flow. All 5 Trolleys are now removed,
giving the public their freedom and cleaner environmental.
pride ourselves for taking all necessary safety precautions
towards ensuring a safe and hassle free working condition.
have a deep commitment to making all necessary efforts towards
improving the condition and asset-performance scenario, specially
of the underground Utility assets in India which are often
neglected, or out of reach due to construction of new habitations,
but are critically important to the quality of life of the
citizens. We are confident that our commitment to this purpose
shall bear fruit in the near and long term scenarios along
with the change-initiatives towards efficient performance
and international class services.