5 Indian Startups Determined to Make Clean Water Accessible to All

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5 Indian Startups Determined to Make Clean Water Accessible to All

Access to clean water presents a life-long challenge to most Indians. This is why so many young companies are focused on finding new, innovative ways to provide drinking water to a growing number of consumers. 

Here are 5 of the most exciting:

OCEO Water - An IoT enabled Smart Water Purifier designed based on a decentralized, proactively managed
system most suited for households, offices & shared accommodation. The company also provides the backbone for smart city solutions.

Piramal Sarvajal - Social Enterprise that sets up community-level solutions that are locally operated but centrally managed on a market-based pay per use system. They leverage cloud-based technology for greater operational oversight which makes their initiatives low cost for high impact.

Swajal - Manufacturer of innovative, industry leading and technology-driven water ATM water vending machines that are connected to the IoT platform and stored in a cloud.

Indra - The company has developed SMART turnkey solutions enabling to recycle the toughest wastewater and effluents in the industry. This includes sewage treatment plants (STP) for residential/commercial establishments and industrial effluent treatment plants (ETP) in the textile/dye industries and chemical industries.

Uravu - A on-governmental organisation that strives for rural empowerment through sustainable solutions. They hold the biggest bamboo nursery in the country.