Making India self-reliant in Water

The growing water scarcity is catalysing new opportunities in the areas of recycle, reuse and Zero Liquid discharge. Cognisant of the severity of the water crisis, the Government of India is funding schemes like AMRUT, JJM, Namami Gange programme, Swachh Bharat Mission, etc.

Since the Water sector is traditionally underfunded, more Private Public Partnership (PPP)/ Hybrid Annuity Model (HAM) opportunities are emerging from Water Boards and ULBs

The Delhi Jal Board is currently planning to structure projects on PPP/HAM formats.

Further, there has been a surge in competitive landscape in Namami Gange HAM bidders and more than a dozen firms have shown interest. Further, Exim Bank of India is providing significant funding in Asia and Africa, which will lead to increased opportunities

Opportunities are also becoming visible in South Asia, East Asia and Eastern Europe in Water & Wastewater management

With the new concept of District Metered Areas (DMAs) gaining popularity, it is expected that new business will flow over the next few years


Innovative solutions designed to meet the specialised needs of industrial, municipal and specialised projects across sectors, including desalination and utility management for water and sewerage network

End- to-end turnkey / EPC solutions to deliver optimal lifecycle cost across all the sectors

We also offer PPP projects on ‘Build-Own-Operate-Transfer’ (BOOT) and other models for Municipal and Industrial sectors


Strong project management skills

In-house design and engineering capabilities

Hi-tech innovation

Expertise in pre-treatment

Tie-ups with world’s leading tech providers

We are the preferred partner for an increasing number of customers looking for optimised and reliable solutions.


Successfully operational installations across segments pan India

10,000+ MLD

Water & Wastewater treated


Process equipment supplied & commissioned


Full-time employees

270.2 Crore

Consolidated Gross Revenue*

31.0 Crore

Consolidated PBIT*

333.4 Crore

Order booking (Order booking pertains to EPC and does not include O&M)*

1,512.8 Crore

Outstanding order book#

939.9 Crore

O&M Contracts in outstanding Order Book

*During FY 22
#as at end of FY 22


Initiated discussions with several municipal corporations and water boards to harness the burgeoning PPP and HAM opportunity. We are ideally positioned to invest in PPP/ HAM concession projects and scale up the EPC opportunities for our business at the back of our strong financials and expertise

Successfully completed various components of the Mathura project, and after completing the ongoing trials for demonstrating mandated KPIs (Key Process Indicators), MWMPL will undertake 15 years of comprehensive operation & maintenance (O&M) of the facilities

Engaged in work of water treatment in an industrial cluster of Rajasthan, through our wholly owned subsidiary, which has also been entrusted with comprehensive operation & maintenance (O&M) for 15 years after the project’s physical completion

Mathura Wastewater Management Private Limited (MWMPL)

A 100% subsidiary of Triveni


Integrated Sewerage Management project for Mathura city in Uttar Pradesh under a one-city-one-operator framework in PPP/HAM mode

Part of the Namami Gange programme of the Ministry of Jal Shakti, the Government of India


To make the Yamuna river flowing through Mathura city pollution-free, Sewage from the designed areas has been intercepted from the drains and diverted through pumping to various Sewage Treatment Plants (STPs) before letting into the river

Recycling of treated sewage is being done with membrane-based (Ultrafiltration followed by Reverse Osmosis – UF/RO) advanced treatment process to a crude oil refinery of IOCL (Indian Oil Corporation Limited) near Mathura city for their process water needs


Provide assured quality and quantity of treated water consistently to the Mathura refinery

Relieve pressure on fresh water sources so as to better address other critical needs like municipal water supply and agriculture

Pali ZLD Private Limited (PZPL)

A 100% subsidiary of Triveni


12,000 M3 per day (12 MLD) capacity textile wastewater treatment plant for effluent generated by over 500 industrial units, an industrial cluster of Pali district in Rajasthan

Project awarded by the industry association through their CETP Foundation, a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) created for the purpose

Being executed under PPP/HAM mode, with part capital funding as Capital grant being provided by the CETP Foundation and also by Rajasthan Government through their designed agencies/departments

PZPL to carry out O&M for 15 years after plant completion


The project includes upgradation of existing Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP) in a major way

This will be followed by state-of the-art advanced Tertiary-level Treatment Plant (TTP) to make the treated water fit for use by the same industries, thus making the plant truly a Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) system

Sludge generated from the plant will be minimised by extensive dewatering, drying, heating & incineration processes within the plant facilities and post treatment, the sludge will be disposed-off in secured landfill site


Pali industries are sourcing water for their process needs from distant groundwater sources through water tankers and the proposed plant will ensure metered water supply consistently through elaborate piping network in the entire industrial complex

Pali is water-stressed region and proposed plant will ensure reduced groundwater extraction for overall ecological benefits

Recycled water will be of much better quality compared to available groundwater in terms of TDS/hardness and thus overall lower O&M cost within industries

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