Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran (MJP) has issued a tender for the Sillod grid water supply scheme at an estimated cost of Rs. 549.60 crore. This scheme will cater to 107 villages in the Sillod taluka in Aurangabad, Maharashtra.
Scope of work in this scheme entails survey and subsequent construction at Talni and Golegaon. The infrastructure to be developed includes approach channels, jackwells and pump houses.
Construction of associated infrastructure such as approach bridges and approach bunds is also included in this scheme’s scope. Additionally, Regional Water Reuse decision-support Model (RWRM) will be deployed, which essentially re-uses wastewater for irrigation purposes.
As for pure water supply, this scheme involves the development of Water Treatment Plants, pure water transmission mains and pump houses at Talni and Golegaon villages. Sump and pump houses at Ghatambri, Bodwad, Andhari and Sonappawadi will also be constructed under this scheme.
The last date for submission of bids for this tender is 18th August 2022.