“The need to create a suitable legislative framework and work in a focussed manner to build a shared water economy is acute. The safe drinking water needs of the nation can only be met in a timely manner by harnessing existing water treatment plants and infrastructure by connecting them to a unified technology platform for remote management and supervision. Water ATMs bear the immense potential to bridge the gap between demand and supply and there should be a high emphasis on their implementation under a services approach that includes the most essential operations and maintenance capability. On the occasion of World Water Day, JanaJal reiterates its commitment to contribute to this cause and deliver unparalleled social impact through protection of the environment, job creation, conservation of water and overall wellness of society”.
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