Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) is planning to construct a new water treatment plant (WTP) at Parvati in Pune, Maharashtra. The scope of the project includes the construction of a new WTP in the place of an existing 50-year-old WTP with a capacity of 535 mld, the laying of 1,300 km of water pipeline, and installing water meters. The estimated cost of the project is Rs 1.25 billion. It has also proposed the construction of eight STPs in the PMC area. It has prepared a detailed project report for the project. The scope of the project includes the construction of eight STPs, a sewerage line of 204 km, and 15,000 chambers in Manjari, Mhlaunge, Nanded, Holkarwadi, Pisoli, Gujar, Nimbalarwadi and Wagholi at an estimated cost of Rs 14 billion. PMC is likely to get financial aid from the International Finance Corporation for this project.