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JanaJal brings surprise like no other through its unique ‘Water on Wheels’ concept driven on back of a battery operated e-rickshaw. Today, it launched their initiative under Daan Utsav – Joy of giving Week and also to commemorate the anniversary of Swachh Bharat which will complete three years on October 02, 2017.
Parag Agarwal, CMD & Founder, JanaJal said “It was a successful event today that we did at AIIMS. With our WOW (Water On Wheels) stationed at the site we were able to provide 2000 glasses of free water to the needy. Our company collaborated with Gurgaon based Rasoi On Wheels who provided meals under CSR of various donors during the event. We hope to further build and extend this association in the future.”
JanaJal is one of India’s premier community drinking water service provider and is working closely with IRCTC to install and operate Water ATMs across various railway stations in India. They are also the first company to have erected 30 water ATMs within 30 days in the Mumbai region across stations in Central Railways and Western Railways.
In the coming days, the country will commemorate Gandhi Jayanti. An Inspiration to billions across generations and borders, Mahatma Gandhi recognized that the attitude towards cleanliness also reflects ones attitude towards the society.
About WOW – Water On Wheels
The WOW – Water on Wheels is a mobile water ATM built on back of a battery operated e-rickshaw that has a secure tank with capacity of 500 litres. This concept has recently been showcased as the symbol of innovation in India by the Oxford University Press and won several awards for innovation in concept and operating model.
While JanaJal water ATMs are considered as “last mile connectivity” in delivery of safe water, WOW will provide the much needed “last meter connectivity” by reaching out to smaller pockets of residential and commercial areas in an extremely efficient manner. The company is planning to introduce 60 WOWs in Ghaziabad by December 2017 besides commissioning 30 water ATMs in NDMC during the same period.