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Disposal of domestic sewage from cities and towns is the biggest source of pollution of water bodies in India. Existing wastewater systems are expensive to build and operate, requiring power, skilled operators, and maintenance. 70% of urban India's sewage is untreated (Indiaspend). India’s sewage treatment plants treat only a third of the sewage generated daily (CPCB). There is a lot of effort put into bringing out better and simpler solutions, but none seem to work out well.
This is where Indra Water tries to solve the toughest water & process challenges wherever they occur. They have developed affordable sources, and decentralized wastewater management, treatment, and re-cycling packaged solutions. Their system can handle a wide range of pollutants with built-in automation and always guarantees desired treated water output quality.
Cities can create wastewater treatment infrastructure in a decentralized manner with the help of such solutions because when you think about it wouldn't we want our cities to have the best wastewater systems?