Water Watch: Mumbai Lakes

Last Modified: Sat Aug 06 2016 00:30:44 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)
  • 100%
    of Mumbai's annual water requirement is now available in all the 7 lakes combined. [Current stock: 16,52,000 million litres, Annual requirement for 12 months supply: 14,00,000 million litres, Total capacity: 17,78,000 million litres].
  • 139.67 metres
    Batsa - 93.54% [Maximum capacity: 142.07, Lowest drawable level: 104.90]
  • 602.48 metres
    Upper Vaitarna - 87.23% [Maximum capacity: 603.51, Lowest drawable level: 595.44]
  • 284.54 metres
    Middle Vaitarna - 99.29% [Maximum capacity: 285.00, Lowest drawable level: 220.00]
  • 163.17 metres
    Modak Sagar - 100.1% [Maximum capacity: 163.15, Lowest drawable level: 143.26]
  • 128.60 metres
    Tansa - 99.60% [Maximum capacity: 128.63, Lowest drawable level: 118.87]
  • 80.30 metres
    Vihar - 100.20% [Maximum capacity: 80.12, Lowest drawable level: 73.92]
  • 139.25 metres
    Tulsi - 100.9%, water has started to overflow since the morning of 19 Jul. [Maximum capacity: 139.17, Lowest drawable level: 131.07]