Bangalore, India January 2009, Nukote Coating Systems undertakes key infrastructure project.
A World Bank funded project designed to increase domestic potable water supply by 50% and make significant improvement to existing potable water and waste water distribution networks is underway in India. The project will double existing capacities of waste water treatment facilities and upgrade sanitary conditions for the population in central-southern India.
Nukote XT is the approved liner after undergoing a two-year scrutiny and approval process for use in sewage distribution with RCC and GRP pipes (90 km), pumping mains (24 km), rehabilitation of trunk sewers (52 km), sewage treatment plants (11), and sewage pumping stations. The multi-package contract is being executed by a number of renowned contracting firms including Larsen & Toubro, JPL/KBR joint venture, India Hume Pipe and Ramky Infrastructure.