Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust
►Main road is of 45 metres width and the internal roads are of 45 and 30 metres width Length of Internal Roads – 11.73 km
►All the roads are of Pavement Quality Concrete (PQC)
►Storm water drain and street lights will be erected in either side of the road Design standards – IRC and MoRTH
►Design Speed – 50 Kmph
►Pavement design – Rigid – IRC 58-2011 (Design life - 30 yr.)
►1 MVA for construction activities to be available at site within 3-4 months
►45 MVA power capacity planned
►Distribution license and power purchase agreement procurement is in progress
►Power connection will be given up to the site layout entrance.
►Incoming power by MSEDCL up to 220/23KV SS
►Supply power through three 33/11 kV switching stations – 2 in processing area and 1 in non-processing area
►Solar powered street lighting with facility to change over to MSEDCL power in case of inadequate solar energy
►1 MLD: To be available at site within 3-4 months
►13 MLD of total water capacity planned
►Three OHTs (Two for processing & one -Non processing area)
Rain Water Harvesting
►Along road side to cater water from the road surface and adjoining land area.
►Grid type arrangement based on the site grading plan.
►Discharged into natural steam located west-north.
►Maximum level at south-east side near SH-54 is 6.8m.
►Designed as per IRC SP: 42 and 50.
►A minimum longitudinal gradient is maintained to attain the minimum self-cleaning velocity.
Longitudinal pipe with inlet chamber at selected interval of storm water drain is proposed for ease and eco-friendly construction at site.
Sewage Treatment Plants
►STP proposed for a capacity of 6.5 MLD with SBR technology.
►Treated water to be recycled through a dedicated distribution system for all the plots for various purposes such as gardening and other industrial uses after tertiary treatment
►The Greenery ratio is at 20 % of the total land area
Access to the site
►The SEZ site has 1 gate and 1 emergency exit.
►The SEZ site is 5 Kms away from the Container landing area
►Railway connectivity to other industrial areas
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