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CONCEPTUAL PLAN

For Hospital Building Project

At
Khasra No. 89/1/1, 89/1/2, 90/1, 91/3, 97/2, 91/2, 89/1/3,
92/2/1 Village Chitawad & Plot No. 2, ring Road, Yojna No. 94,
Sector-1, Tehsil Indore, District Indore, M.P.

Registered address
Vishesh Diagnostics Pvt. Ltd.
A.B. Road, Geeta Bhavan Chouraha,
Indore (MP)-452 001

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List of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................. 02
2. SITE LOCATION AND SURROUNDING ................................................................................. 02
3. CONNECTIVITY .................................................................................................................... 02
4. AREA STATEMENT............................................................................................................... 02
5. POPULATION DENSITY ........................................................................................................ 03
6. WATER REQUIREMENT ....................................................................................................... 03
7. SEWAGE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY ................................................................................. 04
8. RAIN WATER HARVESTING ................................................................................................. 07
9. VEHICLE PARKING FACILITIES ............................................................................................. 10
10. POWER REQUIREMENT.................................................................................................... 10
11. SOLID WASTE GENERATION ............................................................................................. 11
12. GREEN AREA ..................................................................................................................... 12

List of Tables
Table 1: Area Statement ............................................................................................................ 02
Table 2: Population Break up ..................................................................................................... 02
Table 3: Calculations for Daily Water Demand .......................................................................... 03
Table 4: Waste Water Calculations ............................................................................................ 03
Table 5: Calculation of Solid Waste Generation ...................................................................... 03

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CONCEPTUAL PLAN

1.0 INTRODUCTION
The Vishesh Diagnostics Pvt. Is going to establish a 200 beds hospital in the Indore city, or which
the Land has been procured and all approvals has been obtained. Totall area for the project is
18070.09 sqm, and total builtt-up area will be 42207.76 sqm. The constructed area is more then
mes under the preview of EIA Notification 14thh Sept. 2006 in category
20,000 sqm therefore its com
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2.0 SITE LOCATION AND SURROUNDING


The Hospital Building Project at khasra no. Khasra No. 89/1/1, 89/1/2,
9/1/2, 90/1, 91/3, 97/2, 91/2,
89/1/3, 92/2/1 Village Chitawad & Plot No. 2, ring Road, Yojna No. 94, Sector-1,
Sector Tehsil - Indore
District Indore, of the project site are 2241'04.17"N 7552'56.55"E. Location map is given below
in Figure 1. Google image showing
showing project site &surroundings within 500 m& 10 km areenclosed
as Annexure I.

3.0 CONNECTIVITY
The project site has good conne
connectivity. Nearest Railway Station Indore is 7.0 km in NE direction
from the project site. Nearest airport is Indore Airport, at 20 km (SW) from the project site.

4.0 AREA STATEMENT


Total area of project is Total Land Area = 18071.09 sqm.
sqm. The detailed area statement is provided
below in Table 1.

Table 1: Area Statement


S.No. Land Use Area In Sqm
Total Land Area 18071.09 sqm
1 Total Scheme Area 18071.09 sqm
2 Open Area 8681.54
3 Road 5595.00 sqm
4 Parking Area 8540.00 sqm (BASEMENT)
5 Service Area 7213.87
6 Ground Coverage 3794.08
7 Play Field included in
open area
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5.0 POPULATION DENSITY
The total population for the project is 2916 persons.The detailed population breakup is given
below in the following Table 2.
Description Population
Actual Population 3,276,697
Male 1,699,627
Female 1,577,070
Population Growth 32.88%
Area Sq. Km 3,898
Density/km2 841
Proportion to Madhya Pradesh Population 4.51%
Sex Ratio (Per 1000) 928
Child Sex Ratio (0-6 Age) 901
Average Literacy 80.87
Male Literacy 87.25
Female Literacy 74.02
Total Child Population (0-6 Age) 421,380
Male Population (0-6 Age) 221,612
Female Population (0-6 Age) 199,768

6.0 WATER REQUIREMENT


 During the construction stage, arrangement has been made from tanker water supply local level.
It is estimated that water demand during the construction phase may vary from 12-15 kld.

 During the project operational stage, the total water demand of the Hospital and nursing home
will be around 140 kld.

Details of water requirement:


200 bed x 450 liters 90,000 liters (90 kld)
Staff 300 Nos. x 150 liters = 45,000 liters ( 45kld)
Visitors 200Nos. x 15 liters = 3000 (kld)
Total - - 138 kld say 140 kld

Waste Water generation: 126 kld

It may be seen that total waste water generation will be 126 KLD and treated water will be
available as 114 KLD per day (after 10% process loss) . The utilization of treated waste water is
given below :
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Total Treated water = 114 KLD
Recycled water requirement
Flushing = 25 KLD
HAVC system = 35 KLD
Horticulture = 66 KLD
Total = 126 KLD
Hence we haveve not proposed the discharge of treated water from the campus. It is submitted
that we are having enough land measuring with open area of 8681.54,, therefore we have not
proposed any discharge out side of the premises.

Wastewater:

 During the operationall stage, wastewater generation from Hospital and Nursing home project
will be approx. 126 kld.
 The treated wastewater generated will be reused for flushing, and horticulture purposes.

7.0 Wastewater Generation & Treatment

It is expected that the project will generate approx.


approx.126 KLD of wastewater. The wastewater will
be treated in the STP of 15
50KLD capacity. Treated effluent from STP which will be recycled
within the project but in premises.

7.1 SEWAGEE TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY


FAB TECHNOLOGY
Sewerage System
 An external sewage network shall collect the sewage from all units, and flow by gravity
to the proposed sewage treatment plant.
 Following are the benefits of providing the Sewage Treatment Plant in th
the present
circumstances:
 Reduced net daily water requirements, source for Horticultural purposes by utilization
of the treated waste water.
 There will be reduced dependence on the public utilities for water supply and

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sewerage systems.
 Sludge generated from the Sewage Treatment Plant shall be rich in organic content and
used as manure for horticultural purposes.

 Wastewater Details

(a) Daily load 150 KLD


(b) Duration of flow to STP 24 hours
(c) Temperature Maximum 32oC
(d) pH 7 to 9.5
(e) Colour Mild
(f) T.S.S. (mg/l) 100-400 mg/l
(g) BOD (mg/l) 200-300 mg/l
(h) COD (mg/l) 500-700 mg/l

 Final discharge characteristics


(a) pH 6.5 to 7.5
(b) Oil & Grease <10 mg/l
(c) B.O.D. <10 mg/l
(d) C.O.D. <250 mg/l
(e) Total Suspended Solids <10 mg/l

 Treatment Technology
The technology is based on attached growth aerobic treatment followed by clarification by a
tube settler. Lime will be dosed in for suppression of foaming tendencies. The clarified water will
be filtered in a pressure sand filter after dosing of coagulant (alum) for removal of unsettled
suspended impurities. This water will be passed through an activated carbon filter for removal of
organics. The filtered water from ACF is then chlorinated & stored in the flushing tank.
The attached growth fluidized aerobic bed reactor (FAB) process combines the biological
processes of attached & suspended growth. It combines submerged fixed film with extended
aeration for treatment of the waste water.
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The waste water after screening is collected in an equalization tank. The equalization tank is
required for preventing surges in flow & facilitating equalization of characteristics over the entire
quantity of effluent in a given time. A provision for pre-aeration is made in the equalization tank
in order to ensure mixing & to prevent the sewage from going septic.
The equalized sewage is then pumped into the FAB reactor for biological processing. The water
enters the bottom of the reactor & flows up through the fixed film media which grossly enhances
the hydraulic retention time & provides a large surface area for growth of biological micro
organisms. The FAB reactor is aerated by fine pore sub surface diffusers which provide the
oxygen for organic removal. The synthetic media floats on the water & the air agitation ensures
good water to micro-organism contact.
The FAB treatment is an attached growth type biological treatment process where in, the
majority of biological activity takes place on the surface of the PVC media. Continuous aeration
ensures aerobic activity on the surface of the media. Micro organisms attach themselves on the
media & grow into dense films of a viscous jelly like nature.
Waste water passes over this film with dissolved organics passing into the bio-film due to
concentration gradients within the film. Suspended particles & colloid may get retained on this
sticky surface where they are decomposed into soluble products. Oxygen from the aeration
process in the waste water provides oxygen for the aerobic reactions at the bio-film surface.
Waste products from the metabolic processes diffuse outward & get carried away by the waste
water or air currents through the voids of the media.

Stages of Treatment: The treatment process consists of the following stages:


Equalization
Bio- Degradation
Clarification & Settling
Filtration

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Figure 3: Schematic Diagram of STP

8.0 RAIN WATER HARVESTING

Rain Harvesting System:

Keeping in mind the importance of water and it scarcity it is proposed to conserve rainwater by
harvesting which will improve the subsoil water condition / moisture content maintained /
improved to a great extent.

It is proposed to collect
ect rainwater from roof area, Ground surface area and harvest the same for
charging the under Ground water table. For this, all rain water pipes from ducts are connected to
the storm water drain at ground level. The collected rainwater with battery / netwo
network of catch
basin is finally connected to rainwater harvest pit located at various points.

The rain water harvesting pits will contain circular RCC retention tanks of 2.5 m radius. It will be
fitted with RCC lids and will be provided with separate inlet and outlets (Overflow) pipes. The
base of the retention tank will be fitted with course sand of 1.5 2 mm dia, gravel of 5 10 mm
dia and finally by boulder of 5 15 mm dia laid one layer on another. This provides a natural
filtration to the incoming rain
in water. A 153 dia PVC pipe with1.55mm slots at the bottom is
provided for percolation. The total retention capacity of the tank and pipe is about 80 m3

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It has been estimated that the annual rain water harvesting capacity of the entire complex is
around 58664 m3. Considering a maximum intensity of 50 mm rainfall per hour, and run of
coefficient from rooftop, paved road/ parking area and open area to be 0.7, 0.85 and 0.2
respectively the rain water available for harvesting shall be as shown in the table below:

Details Of Storm Water Harvesting

S. Type of surface Catchments Run of Intensity of Discharge (run Total


No. area/ sq m coeff. rainfall off) (Q=cia)m /hr (m3/hr)
2

(m/hr) in
(Q)
mm

1. Building (roof top 3794 0.7 50 3794*0.7*.05 133.0


area)

2. Paved surface area 600 .85 50 600*0.85*0.05 26.0

3. Open area of plot 8681 0.2 50 8681*0.2*0.05 87.0


area

Grand Total 246.0

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9.0 VEHICLE PARKING FACILITIES
 For the project, ample parking space has been provided. During operational phase, parking space
of 8540 sqm will be provided.

10.0 POWER REQUIREMENT


 For the proposed project, power will be supplied by State Electricity Board. The total power
required for the project is estimated to be as around 2267.00 KW.
 For emergency purposes backup is proposed by using 2 DG set of 1500 and 1250 KVA capacity.
Energy consumption assumed per sq ft of built up area:

Energy consumption per sqft of builtup is assumed as apprx. 3.12 watt/sqft for th

proposed medical institute complex.
Power Consumption during operation phase for facility

Estimated load requirement during construction for Vishesh Hospital

S. No. Item description Connected load (KW)

1. construction area lightening 10

2 medical dump area 03


lightening

3 security lightening 05

4 bore wells 12

5 electrically operated 60
equipment

6 welding m/cs 12

7 Misc. load 15

total connected load 117

Demand load 134.55 say 135

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Details of D.G Sets

To serve as a back-up power supply, 1500 and 1250 KVA of power is to be supplied through DG
set, having a 02 stack, with estimated operation duration of 2 hours per day. As a worst-case
scenario, emissions were predicted assuming an operation time of 24 hours. These generators
would be located in the Services area of the site.

Diesel Generator Set Specifications

S.No. Particulars Values

1 No of DG sets 2

2 No of Stacks 2

3 Oil Consumption 40 lit per hr

4 Sulphur Content 0.4 %

5 Density of Oil 880 kg/m3

6 Height of Stack As per provisions of CPCB

7 Diameter of Stack 0.20m

11.0 SOLID WASTE GENERATION


Solid waste would be generated both during the construction as well as during the operation
phase. The solid waste expected to be generated during the construction phase will comprise of
excavated materials, used bags, bricks, concrete, MS rods, tiles, wood etc. The following steps
are proposed to be followed for the management solid waste:
Construction yards are proposed for storage of construction materials.

The excavated material such as topsoil and stones will be stacked for reuse during later
stages of construction

Excavated top soil will be stored in temporary constructed soil bank and will be reused
for landscaping of the project.

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Remaining soil shall be utilized for refilling / road work / rising of site level at locations/
selling to local vendor.

Solid Waste

Construction Waste

Construction waste Broken Empty Cement Bags Excavated Soil


Bricks Waste Plaster

Sold to Buyers Land filling


Sold to local venders

12.0 GREEN AREA


8540.00 sqm area will be for parking of vehicles

Calculation of Green Area

S.N. Type Of Greenery Area

1. G-1 203.06 sqm

2. G-2 3556.42 sqm

Percentage Of Green Open With Respect To Plot Area= =20.8 %

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