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Eastern Railway to set up water reservoirs on both sides of tracks

Monday, 08 Jul 2019
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The Asansol Division of Eastern Railway will undertake setting up over 100 water reservoirs on both the sides of the railway tracks, collect rainwater and start pisciculture. In FY20, the Eastern Railway will set up 100 reservoirs of 200 to 400 ft in length and about 15 ft depth. These will be installed around 20 ft away from the track on both sides.

Apart from storing the water, the groundwater will also be recharged and fish will be cultivated. In this way, all the unauthorised encroachments on both sides of the tracks can be stopped.

Twenty such water reservoirs will be set up between Durgapur and Khana in West Bengal and even in small stations of Jharkhand like Kalubathan and Chota Ambana, where there is severe water scarcity.

Passengers and railway employees will get drinking water in these 20 small stations from these reservoirs. Funds have been released and tenders have also been floated.

Eastern Railway has already prepared Asansol Water Plan 2050, which includes increase in discharge of water by 20 percent, reduction in energy consumption by 15 percent and reduction in transit pipeline by 15 percent. Rooftop rainwater harvesting has also been undertaken on a big scale. In Asansol and Josidih, two affluent treatment plants will be set up.

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