We at JanaJal are proud to have touched millions of lives by establishing ourselves as the premier “dedicated water services” company in India. The company aims to deliver one billion litres of safe drinking water annually by 2020.
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We are expanding our footprint in New Delhi shortly through commissioning of the first 27 water ATMs in NDMC area. The project will see a total of 74 water ATMs installed in the city through the smart city initiative of New Delhi Municipal Corporation.
Our Ghaziabad project promises to be the largest water ATM network in urban India. The project will see nearly 200 water ATMs in a combination of fixed and mobile water ATMs.
JanaJal has commissioned almost 100 water ATMs in association with IRCTC and Indian Railways at various stations in Mumbai such as Borivali, Panvel, Kalyan, Chembur, Lokmanya Tilak Terminus, Mankhurd, Wadala, Dockyard Road extending upto Khopoli, Lonavala and even Igatpuri.
The operational clusters stretch across Western Railways, Central Railways and the Harbour Line in Mumbai. Every water ATM is gradually witnessing consumption by citizens residing and working in areas adjacent to the railway stations. The significance of these installations has risen drastically since the recent ban effected by the Government of Maharashtra on all plastic containers and bottles in the State. JanaJal water ATMs are now emerging as the most reliable source of safe chilled water to nearly 7 Million daily commuters besides thousands of citizens residing in adjacent neighbourhoods.
The company is presently installing water ATMs at 100 police stations in Mumbai in association with a leading charitable foundation that are expected to serve thousands of police personnel 24x7x365.
In association with the Essar group, we installed water ATMs within the corporate premises of the company in Hazira.
Due to high traffic of heavy vehicles and associated personnel, these systems are contributing significantly to the demand not only within the premises but also as the respective heavy vehicles exit to leave for their respective destinations.
JanaJal WOWs have also been deployed within the premises to enable delivery around the campus of nearly 500 acres.