Because the water profile of each community is unique, our innovation is purification technology agnostic. We generally use 5 step purification machines where you can customize which parts you need in accordance with the local needs. Depending on the local need, we pick up existing, off-the shelf purification technology to address the local water context.

All our purification machines equipped with remote monitoring and information layering.

There are several different types of water contamination. The main two that affect drinking water in India are:

Geogenic Contamination

This refers to elevated concentrations of certain naturally occurring elements in groundwater which have a negative health effect on humans consuming this water.

In northern India, the main geogenic contaminant is flouride, which effects the groundwater at dangerously high levels causing chronic health problems

Pathogenic Contamination

This refers to disease-causing bacteria, viruses and protozoa that contaminate groundwater and infect people with water-borne diseases such as cholera, typhoid fever and bacillary dysentery.

In developing countries like India, the pathogenic contaminant Escherichia coli, the main bacteria present in human and animal feces, has a crippling effect on public health.