Daiki Axis to Deploy Johkasou Technology in Namami Gange Project

The system will be deployed in nine projects in Uttarakhand
Daiki Axis, a provider of decentralized wastewater treatment solutions, is set to contribute its state-of-the-art Johkasou technology to the Namami Gange project. The project, which is a flagship initiative of the Government of India aimed at rejuvenating the holy River Ganga, will see Johkasou technology deployed in nine projects at four different locations in Uttarakhand.
Johkasou is a unique and highly efficient wastewater treatment system developed by Daiki Axis. It is designed to meet the highest standards of water quality while minimizing environmental impact. The system is also compact and easy to install, making it ideal for use in hilly areas where sewer networks are unavailable.
The deployment of Johkasou technology in the Namami Gange project is a significant step forward in the government’s efforts to clean up the river. The system is expected to help reduce pollution levels in the river and improve water quality for downstream communities.
Here are some key details about the project:
• The project will be implemented in four different locations in Uttarakhand: Joshimath, Devprayag, Rishikesh, and Haridwar.
• The nine projects will treat a total of 12 million liters of wastewater per day.
• The treated water will meet CPCB standards and the latest NGT guidelines for the discharge of sewage-treated water to rivers.
• The projects are scheduled for commissioning in 2023-24.
The deployment of Johkasou technology in the Namami Gange project is a welcome development. The system is a proven technology that has been successfully used in other countries. It is also a cost-effective and sustainable solution for wastewater treatment. The project is expected to have a significant positive impact on the environment and the health of downstream communities.