Micro Transmission System will lead the development of Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) for Gokul Barrage in Mathura.

Micro Transmission System will lead the development of Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) for Gokul Barrage in Mathura.

Towards propelling healthcare excellence in India, Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya, Union Minister of Health & Family Welfare dedicated new state-of-the-art facilities at AIIMS New Delhi to the nation today. The new facilities inaugurated today are Mother and Child Block, Surgical block, National Centre for Geriatrics, New Paid Ward in Main hospital; Center for Advanced Research in Hospital Infection Control and Forensic DNA Laboratory at JPN Apex Trauma Centre and Centre for Medical Innovation & Entrepreneurship (CMIE) and Private Ward Wing at National Cancer Institute (NCI), Jhajjar to the nation today. He was joined by Prof. S. P. Singh Baghel and Dr. Bharati Pravin Pawar, Union Ministers of State for Health & Family Welfare. Shri Sudhansh Pant, Union Health Secretary and Dr. M Srinivas, Director, AIIMS New Delhi were also present.


In a significant move towards enhancing sewage treatment infrastructure and combating pollution in the Yamuna, the National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG) has entered into a tripartite Concession Agreement with the Uttar Pradesh Jal Nigam and M/s. EIEL Mathura Infra Engineers Pvt. Ltd. This Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), formed through a joint venture between M/s Enviro Infra Engineers Limited and M/s. Micro Transmission Systems, will spearhead the development of a Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) for the Gokul Barrage in Mathura. The Concession Agreement, executed under the Hybrid Annuity PPP mode, involves a contract valued at Rs. 240.01 Crores, marking a transformative moment in river conservation and urban sewage management.




The comprehensive project encompasses the construction of a 60 MLD STP, along with crucial components such as Interception & Diversion structures, I&D network laying, Sewage Pumping Stations, and Operation and Maintenance for 15 years. Aimed at addressing the existing gaps in sewerage management and treatment in Mathura city, the initiative is poised to significantly reduce sewage pollution in the Yamuna. Upon completion, the project will eliminate the discharge of untreated sewage from Mathura City into the River Yamuna, aligning with NMCG's commitment to the rejuvenation of the Ganga and its tributaries.


This groundbreaking initiative not only accelerates STP construction but also rejuvenates private sector interest in NMCG projects, fostering a collaborative model for efficient and sustainable sewage management. The Hybrid Annuity model ensures a balanced and mutually beneficial arrangement for all stakeholders, emphasizing the long-term operation and maintenance of the STPs to meet the desired standards.


During the event, Shri G. Asok Kumar, Director General of NMCG, conveyed his satisfaction at the successful conclusion of the award process, emphasizing its significance as another noteworthy step in the continuous endeavours to purify and rejuvenate the Yamuna and Ganga rivers.



Shri Lokesh Sharma, Superintending Engineer, UP Jal Nigam (Rural), Shri Manish Jain, Authorized Signatory, M/s. EIEL Mathura Infra Engineers Pvt. Ltd., and Shri Binod Kumar, Director (Projects), NMCG, were signatories to the contract. and Shri Brijendra Swaroop, Executive Director (Projects) and Shri Nalin Kumar Srivastava, Deputy Director General – NMCG, along with representatives of state agencies and the concessionaire, were present at the occasion.











Pavita Jones