Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) has set the deadline of December 31 for the installation of STPs in apartment complexes with more than 50 units. Most of the apartments with less than 50 are discharging the sewage directly into communal sewers, which is not treated properly. There are an innumerable number of illegal … Continue reading 31-12-2017-dead line for installation of STP units-50 or more apartments in Bangalore
The BWSSB has relented and bowed to the pressures of the apartment owners and relented not to compel them to commission STP units for the buildings constructed upto January,2016, which has less than 20 apartments within the residential complex. The amounts collected as fine or penalty might be refunded.
BWSSB IS TAKING ACTION ON APARTMENTS WHICH HAVE MORE THAN 20 UNITS AND DOES NOT HAVE SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS and THE BESCOM MUST TAKE APPROPRIATE ACTION AGAINST THE ILLEGAL AND UNAUTHORISED BUILDINGS AND ITS OWNERS Over 3, 800 apartments, which have more than 20 dwelling units, have been penalized by BWSSB for not having … Continue reading BWSSB IS TAKING ACTION ON APARTMENTS WHICH HAVE MORE THAN 20 UNITS
The BWSSB has stated in a press publication that STP units are mandatory only for the sites or plots measuring 21,500 Square Feet approximately and above, even for the existing residential complexes. There is relief among the smaller housing complexes from thethe recent notification regarding the installation of STP units, but details are awaited.
Finally, the KSPCB, has woken up to the woes of the BELLANDUR LAKE FROTH and inspected some of the apartment complexes and industries, which were draining their untreated toxic effluents and discharge into the raja kaluve and to the lake and instituted 14 Criminal cases and have issued few (selected few) show cause notices to … Continue reading CRIMINAL CASES AGAINST NON FUNCTIONAL SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS ACROSS BELLANDUR LAKE AREA