Honeywell India, SWN launch water station

Honeywell India and Safe Water Network on Tuesday launched their 75th safe water station, providing safe water access to more than 200,000 people in Telangana districts affected by groundwater contamination, including from fluorides.
This treated water complies with the Bureau of Indian Standards’ and World Health Organization’s water quality standards.
Unique technology interventions such as solar power, water ATMs, and remote monitoring system ensure uninterrupted and sustainable supply of clean drinking water.
Additionally, pressurised and automated can washer improves can washing leading to water safety.
Kurt Soderlund, CEO, Safe Water Network, said, “We are committed to ensure that communities have access to safe water, especially the poor.
This is an important step towards scaling-up safe water stations in Telangana.” Bharathi Hollikeri, IAS, District Collector, Medak District, Telangana, said, “Safe water stations in Medak district is empowering local community by providing safe drinking water access to over 50,000 people for their good health.
The price is affordable and the program is sustainable.
I appreciate Safe Water Network and Honeywell India for their commitment towards Medak community.” A series of activation events, including door-to-door consumer awareness, village-level meetings, live demonstrations of water quality, and the use of audio visuals, help raise awareness and drive safe water adoption.
Engagement at all levels of the targeted community for social, financial, and environmental sustainability ensure the continued success of the program.
It allows children to go to school every day, parents to work and improve living standards – it can transform lives.” Over the last two years, Safe Water Network and Honeywell India have set up safe water stations across Karimnagar, Adilabad, Warangal Rural, Warangal Urban, Jayashankar, Mahabubabad, Jagtiyal, Peddapalli, Badradri, Mancherial, Suryapet, Khammam, Medak, and Nalgonda districts.

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