Hyderabad: 20 STPs to be established for dealing with medical facility waste
Hyderabad: As component of secure disposal of fluid organic waste in government healthcare facilities, the State government is mosting likely to establish Sewerage Treatment Plants (STPs) at 20 government healthcare facilities throughout the State.
The STPs will certainly turn up at Gandhi Hospital, Osmania General Hospital, Niloufer Hospital, Telangana Institute of Medical Sciences (TIMS) and also various other State- run healthcare facilities. The job is being used up at the expense of Rs 68.31 crore. Health Minister T Harish Rao performed a conference with the Telangana State Pollution Control Board chairman Rajiv Sharma, PCB participant assistant Neetu Kumari Prasad and also Medical Health Secretary Rizvi and also reviewed the therapy plants to be established at the healthcare facilities.
The government has actually provided management orders approving Rs 68.31 crore for establishing STPs in 20 government healthcare facilities. Of these, Rs 15.72 crore for the upkeep of these plants over a duration of 3 years will certainly be paid to the PCB.