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Hussain Sagar Lake and Catchment Area Improvement Project (HCIP):

HMDA is implementing the Hussain Sagar Lake and Catchment Area Improvement Project with ODA loan from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to improve water quality of the Hussain Sagar Lake.


  • To maintain the round the year water balance in the lake.
  • To improve the lake water quality by preventing pollutants entering into the lake both point source & non-point sources of pollution.
  • Removal of nutrient rich sediments at lake bed.
  • Interception & Diversion of dry weather flows, improvement of Nalas.
  • To improve the overall lake environment and its surroundings for enriched biodiversity.
  • Increasing the potentiality of eco-tourism.


2.1 Construction and Rehabilitation of Sewerage Facilities through:
  • Construction of a new 30 MLD Sewerage Treatment Plant at Picket Nala
  • Upgradation of Existing 20 MLD Hussain Sagar Sewerage Treatment Plant
  • Construction of Ring Sewers around the Hussain Sagar Lake
  • Construction of Small Sewerage Treatment Plant – 5 MLD at Ranghadhamini Cheruvu
  • Construction of Trunk Sewers in Secunderabad Cantonment Board area and in GHMC Zone-VI.
  • Capacity Enhancement of Interception and Diversion (I&D) Works
  • Recycled Water Supply Facilities
2.2 Lake and Nala Improvement works involving:
  • Dredging and Disposal of Sediments
  • Installation of Aeration Equipment
  • Shoreline Improvement
  • Nala Improvement, its restoration, fencing and Greenery development.
2.3 Slum Development
2.4 Public Awareness & Community Participation
2.5 Capacity Building

3. Period of Implementation of full scope of works under the Project : 2006 – 2016

4. Source of funding : JICA ODA Loan comprising 7729 million Japanese Yen      (equivalent ` 310 Crores) and ` 60 Crores from Government of A.P.

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