CETPS

AcronymDefinition
CETPSCooperative Engagement Transmission Processing Set
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From here, the partially processed waste is sent for further treatment to a large common effluent treatment plant (CETP).
There are five industrial estates in Karachi, but not a single combined effluent treatment plant (CETP) is in place to treat the industrial waste which is being mixed with the city's sewage and falls into the sea untreated causing not only a substantial ecological disaster, but also human inconvenience and health risk, said the report of a judicial body.
Replying to a question about Combined Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP), he said that establishment of five CETP are in the process of approval for Rs 11390 million.
He says individual technologies from various private players were sourced to put together a turnkey solution for CETPs, 18 of which were set up at a cumulative cost of Rs 1,070 crore.
KATI had requested the government for help because individual industrialists did not have enough funds or space for treatment plants as CETPs need huge sums.
1.274 billion to 15 common effluent treatment plants (CETPs) in Tirupur.
The additional attorney general AAG also directed the Sindh government to expedite funding for setting up of four CETPs planned for industrial estates in Karachi and Hyderabad at a cost of Rs7 billion in line with the decision of PDWP.
The Sindh government is likely to face problems in setting up of four Combined Effluent Treatment Plants (CETPs) including laying of interceptor sewers at the industrial areas as the federal government has suddenly stopped funding for it.
Saleem Siddiqui, while replying to questions said that the entire cost of four CETPs will cost around Rs 7.366 billion while Rs 500 million have since been allocated.
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The Association estimates it will take five or six Common Effluent Treatment Plants (CETPs) to service the rest of the estate, most of whose tenants are small- and medium-sized enterprises.