Chennai Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewage Board known as CMWSSB to provide Water supply and sewage treatment to the city of Chennai and around areas of Chennai. Chennai is one of the metros in India which is dependent mostly on ground water supply. Ground water in Chennai is replenished by rain water and average rainfall in Chennai is 1276 mm. Chennai receives about 985 million liters per day (mld) from various sources against the required amount of 1200 mld and the demand is expected to rise to 2100 mld by 2031. The newly constructed Minjur desalination plant adds another 100 mlds to the city's growing demand.

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  • Chennai Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewage Board known as CMWSSB to provide Water supply and sewage treatment to the city of Chennai and around areas of Chennai. Chennai is one of the metros in India which is dependent mostly on ground water supply. Ground water in Chennai is replenished by rain water and average rainfall in Chennai is 1276 mm. Chennai receives about 985 million liters per day (mld) from various sources against the required amount of 1200 mld and the demand is expected to rise to 2100 mld by 2031. The newly constructed Minjur desalination plant adds another 100 mlds to the city's growing demand. As of 2012, Chennai Metrowater supplies about 830 million litres of water every day to residents and commercial establishments. (en)
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  • 1978-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • K.ASHOK VARDHAN SHETTY, I.A.S. Chairman C.M.W.S.S Board (Chairman)
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  • Public Sector Undertaking
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  • Chennai Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewage Board known as CMWSSB to provide Water supply and sewage treatment to the city of Chennai and around areas of Chennai. Chennai is one of the metros in India which is dependent mostly on ground water supply. Ground water in Chennai is replenished by rain water and average rainfall in Chennai is 1276 mm. Chennai receives about 985 million liters per day (mld) from various sources against the required amount of 1200 mld and the demand is expected to rise to 2100 mld by 2031. The newly constructed Minjur desalination plant adds another 100 mlds to the city's growing demand. (en)
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  • Chennai MetroWater Supply and Sewage Board (en)
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  • Chennai Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewage Board (en)
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