JanaJal begins installation of Water ATMs in Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam Area


Organisation:  JanaJal

JanaJal is already operating nearly 100 water ATMs in Mumbai region spreading across Maharashtra and Gujarat at various railway stations in association with IRCTC and Indian Railways.

Posted On:  09 Mar . 2018
JanaJal begins installation of Water ATMs in Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam Area
 

  • Project part of a plan to install largest decentralized footprint of water ATMs under PPP model in Delhi NCR
  • Installations to provide safe and purified drinking water to underserved communities at an affordable price
  • Project plan includes operating fixed and JanaJal WOW – Water on Wheels mobile water ATM for delivery of safe water and dispensing at various public places
  • Chilled water will now be available for Re. 1 per glass of 250ml and Rs.5 for 1 litre.
  • A special price of Rs.5 for 20 litres will also be extended to people residing in urban slums and large residential colonies.

New Delhi, March 2018: JanaJal, India’s first dedicated water services company have recently commenced the installation of a massive project to install, commission and operate 200 Water ATMs in association with Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam in a combination of fixed and mobile water ATMs. The project is expected to be the largest cluster of water ATMs in any urban area in India and will serve at least 100,000 citizens daily. Phase 1 of this project will see 20 water ATMs commissioned by April 2018 at Bhopura Chowk, Power House - Shalimar Garden, Tulsi Niketan near Mother Dairy and Indra colony. The JanaJal WOW mobile water ATMs shall also be operated within the same vicinity. The plan is to focus on building dense clusters of water ATMs that can make safe water available, accessible and affordable to communities.

JanaJal is already operating nearly 100 water ATMs in Mumbai region spreading across Maharashtra and Gujarat at various railway stations in association with IRCTC and Indian Railways. The company will also be installing 50 water ATMs at various locations in NDMC area in New Delhi that will be operationalised by April 2018.

Remotely supervised and monitored, every JanaJal water ATM delivers the highest standards in quality and services with the promise to provide the much desired relief to people in Delhi NCR during the upcoming summer season. The company has already provided access to safe drinking water to more than 80 million beneficiaries till date and aims to serve one billion people by 2020.

Parag Agarwal, Founder & CMD JanaJal said, “Our aim is to leverage technology and provide safe drinking water through innovation and use of cutting edge technologies that will bring qualitative and quantitative efficiency in the operations. This joint initiative between JanaJal and Ghaziabad Nagar Nigam is an important step towards achieving that objective and highlights how it is critical to forge a joint effort between the local government bodies and the private sector to deliver social impact that is unparalleled.

About JanaJal

In 2013, Parag decided to focus on the gap in demand and supply of safe drinking water and founded JanaJal, a mission to deliver safe drinking water to communities in a sustainable and affordable manner.  JanaJal is India’s leading water services company that aims to make safe drinking water a reality in the lives of every Indian. The concept of water ATM was developed 5 years ago with the objective of providing sustainability to the activity. The company installs, operates and maintains water ATMs that provide safe drinking water on 24X7 basis to consumers under a unique AAA philosophy which is Availability, Accessibility and Affordability. In addition to safe water, providing

Social entrepreneurship and gainful employment opportunities to members of the community that are upskilled and trained to conduct themselves as Operators of the water ATMs is an integral part of the JanaJal operating model. In 2017 alone, the company has created over 250 jobs and aims to touch 1000 by the end of 2018. Since inception, the company has worked relentlessly to advocate and demonstrate the benefit of water ATMs. It has succeeded in establishing the fact that water ATMs are the first step towards a developed nation and has secured universal acceptance for this concept. The Government of India’s thrust on WASH facilities in India through its Swachh Bharat initiative is now being implemented by all local administrative bodies pan India who recognize the benefit of providing this invaluable resource to people. It is distinctly established that the common man is willing to bear a nominal cost for safe drinking water as long as it is compliant with global quality standards.

 

 

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