A major event happened recently when the Ravi Urban Development Authority (RUDA) held a ground-breaking ceremony for Punjab's first modern wastewater treatment plant. This wastewater treatment plant will be a key part of the Ravi Riverfront Urban Development Project (RRUDP), reported in a newspaper on May 19.
During a visit to the RUDA office, Barrister Syed Ali Azfar Nasir, the Minister for Housing, Urban Development, and Public Health, and Ibrahim Murad, the Minister for Local Government, received a full description of the innovative development projects that are about to change the urban landscape.
The new wastewater treatment plant is one of the top priorities of RUDA. CEO RUDA, Imran Amin, said that its construction will start soon. He said that high-tech facilities would be used to bring about a new age of environmental sustainability in this region.
With its advanced systems, the plant will address environmental issues and ensure that wastewater is handled responsibly. The modern landfill site will cover 350 acres and will be scientifically planned. The first phase will cover 50 acres.
During the meeting, the CEO stressed how much RUDA wanted to turn Lakho Dair into an environmentally friendly park. Plans are being made to make the area look aesthetically better and provide people with more recreational spaces.
Both ministers praised RUDA's proactive work to turn the city of Lahore into a lively, modern urban hub. The event to start setting up the wastewater treatment plant shows that RUDA is committed to sustainable development and is working to make the area greener and easier to live.
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