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Middle Vaitarna Dam

Middle Vaitarna Dam is a dam in Maharashtra, India.
It was built on the Vaitarna river in Thane's Kochale village in 2012. The dam will stand at a height of 102 metres when completed and will hold up 455 million litres of water vital for Mumbai's growing water demand. The city receives only 3400 million litres per day (Mld) compared to the 4000 Mld of demand. The water is expected to be transported to Bhandup treatment plant with a 40 km pipeline and delivered to the city.