According to Mada’s chief, the STP had left the party at some point. He added: “Then we can use the land to build more expensive buildings.”
MUMBAI: Landfill (STP) and Candidly (E) housing project. The plant has spread over more than 37,000 square feet of the Samata Nagar Mhada section, with a small budget, middle class, and high-income family.
The house, which has about 3,000 families, was renovated in 2007, and by law, each house has its own STP, so all renovated houses are currently working to demolish and relocate it. In 2015-16, when drafting the new development policy, the Maharashtra Residential Development Authority (Mhada) requested that the STP system be converted into a residential building. The BMC’s Ministry of Urban Development approved the reforms and improvements last month.
According to Mada’s chief, STP has been around for a long time. He added: “Then we can use the land to build more expensive buildings.”
Group D director Sudhir Wake, who has built 175 homes on 52 acres of land, said this was the first time the partnership had taken place. He said 99 houses had been rebuilt and 1,750 inhabitants rebuilt.
Walker says 80% of the clean network is recycled and reused, while 20% is dumped in BMC’s waste management facilities. “The sewer system will be connected to a new city installed on the city’s coast.”
However, climate expert Debi Goenka argued that because it is a large building, the government should focus on one STP, not just one building. “People who live there don’t know much about these plants and refuse to use them in water. This event can be used on the second and upper floors, “he said. Goenka says that if all new and refurbished buildings in Mumbai have their own STPs, BMC should complete its plans to set up large STPs and mangrove forests and mud platforms. He added:” One From STP rises in the middle of the beautiful trees of Malad. “