Water ATMs by JanaJal bring relief to Maharashtra

With ATMs becoming an indispensable part of our lives, what can be more thoughtful than an ATM which provides a thirsty person with chilled water. JanaJal, the flagship initiative of Supremus Group has taken up the noble and humanitarian task of changing the perception and thought process towards safe drinking water to ensure a healthy and safe living.

 

Today Launch of JanaJal water ATM was done at Igatpuri station in Mumbai in the presence of Dr. Rajnish Prakash CMS – Igatpuri Station and Mr. S.L. Dikate Assistant Divisional Engineer (ADEN)

 

This time JanaJal is launching 39 water ATMs in association with IRCTC and Indian Railways at various stations in Mumbai such as Kalyan, Chembur, Lokmanya Tilak Terminus, Mankhurd, Wadala, Dockyard Road upto Khopoli, Lonavala and even Igatpuri. 

                    

The aim is not only to make safe drinking water available and accessible at a nominal cost but also to educate people about the conservation and preservation of water by harnessing suitable technologies and implementing them. Good work never goes unnoticed and such is the case with JanaJal too. Recently the company has received FDI of USD 5 million from Tricolor Cleantech Capital, LLC a US based social impact fund.

 

JanaJal aims to deliver one billion liters of safe drinking water annually by 2018. They also create jobs and offer social entrepreneurship opportunities by imparting training and upskilling individuals as a part of their unique value proposition. The company aspires to create technology savvy agents of change who will serve communities and bring good health and joy to everyone’s life.

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