Swajal Water ATMs A Big Hit At Transport & Logistics Summit in Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi
At the recently concluded India Integrated Transport and Logistics Summit 2017 held at Vigyan Bhawan New Delhi, Swajal Water ATMs stole the attention of all the visitors. Union Transport Minister Mr Nitin Gadkari praised the swajal’s water ATM for its utility to the end user and talked about the clean drinking water need being addressed by this new technology advancement.
Swajal water is a Gurgaon based company working in water purification technology and it new Avtar – Water ATM is the next-Gen company working on technology solutions for Today’s developmental needs , Dr Vibha Tripathi Managing Director of Swajal Water and formerly an IIT Alumni and researcher at IIT Kanpur along with Dr Satyendra Kumar , Director of Swajal water and formerly professor at IIT Kanpur for 2 decades were having knowledge exchange and interactions with the delegates, Senior officers from government of India and Railways also praised the Swajal water ATM and looked forward for excellent service of clean drinking water to the masses.
Swajal Water works on Purification units for high TDS quality affected villages, and works extensively through corporate CSR partnerships in more than 100 habitations impacting 150 thousand people daily, Dr Vibha told the correspondent that their vision for the coming year is ‘1000 villages Impacting A million lives’ making SWAJAL WATER, the flag bearers of clean water domain.
The irony of resource utilization lies in the fact that’ Water’ a very scarce nectar is to be made available for masses at most affordable prices, In the pursuit of finding a symbiosis, SWAJAL WATER along with IRCTC have found a way to deliver high impact on water scarcity challenges in the country.
SWAJAL WATER will be installing their Water ATMs on the Railways stations on very affordable price; this project has sharp focus on clean drinking water provision for masses who can take care of the health of their families by taking Swajal from Water ATMs on railways stations. Together they have agreed to work on the various challenges related to technology gaps, resource gaps, and service gaps. Some of them are identified based on the previous experience of both worthy partners, and a strong will has been committed to address many other big and small issues which show up during the development of the project.