According to a Times of India report, Pandesara GIDC has the highest presence of textile dyeing and printing mills, which number to around 100 and need fresh water round the clock.
Since the existing TTP is not able to supply the required amount of water to these units, the civic body on a request from these companies, is upgrading the TTP to meet the water requirement. (AR)
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