The whole plant has 11 filtration units. After passing through these eleven units, the water is then dispensed through the ATM. Around 1,500 litres of water take one hour to be processed in the plant.
The ATM also offers home delivery service at rupees 10 per delivery.
The team involved with the above invention plans to take this concept to rural areas as well, but since regular flow of electricity is a problem in many rural areas, they are planning for setting up solar systems to run the plant.
Let’s hope the above technique of providing water to the common man proves to be a success in many parts of the India.
Hoping the above favours consideration at the right quarters.
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