Water technology that transcends barriers and connects to those who need it most.
2008 was an interesting year. Facebook, iPhone and many other technologies were coming into focus. Our goal was to make application of solar energy for water available to all. Water ATM ® was born from this.
Over the years, we have taken Water ATM ® as a concept for economically viable and energy independent distributed system of drinking water. Today, thousands of Water ATM ® are installed with the concept itself taking root deeply and firmly.
hand crafted by technology
Each Water ATM ® is made by our team locally in India. We have a DSIR (Department of Science and Industrial Research, Government of India) accredited R&D lab with multiple patents.
We stress on importance of building and designing locally. This helps us get one of industry’s best service records. We have service network present in over 17 states of India.
technology of tomorrow, today for all
From the beginning we work to bring cutting edge technology for making water accessible. From online remote monitoring to data analytics led machine learning algorithms. The question we ask is how do we take latest breakthrough and take it to the masses.
Swajal was created from the UNDP (United Nations Development Program) ACE (Access To Clean Energy). This was a challenge to bring clean energy to masses. One of our first project was to install solar powered Water ATM in rural Uttar Pradesh.
Integrated payment solutions that make sense for today’s landscape. Pay using mobile wallet or recharge through our app. We want to make water equitable by removing barriers for interaction.
Water ATM ® impact
Villages: A decentralized model could function incredibly well. In Villages, typically a committee is formed that looks after the Water ATM.
Hospitals: Rural and public hospitals are some of the most important areas for safe and hygienic drinking water. The water is not only important for patients but also a respite for many families.
Railway Stations: India’s railway network is one of the best in the world. A WaterATM in the railway network can help passengers save upto 70% of cost in comparison to buying plastic water. It also helps in reducing tons of plastic waste generated by passengers which is typically thrown away on tracks.
Metro Stations: People with daily commute can refill their bottles instead of opting to buy new bottles.
Urban Slums: are sometimes caught up without legal status. This means that drinking water supply from local municipality never reaches here.
Smart Cities: A program with the Government of India. Swajal has worked with multiple municipalities and local governments.
Schools: Children are most vulnerable to water borne diseases. In India, an easily curable disease like diarrhea is one of leading causes of infant mortality. Drinking water at schools. Water can improve health of children drastically and encourage higher attendance.
Colleges: Typically public colleges have students that are staying far from home on a constrained budget. Drinking water is one of the most important commodity for colleges.
Access To Clean Energy Grant
Champion Of Change
“Meet Swajal, the startup that’s quenching the thirst of the needy” – Forbes
“Swajal wants to solve the drinking water problem with innovation-driven vending machines” – YourStory
“Startup Swajal Water is helping people access clean water at affordable rates” – Economic Times
“How Swajal’s solar powered Water ATMs are solving India’s water problem” – India Today
Do the math.
Every 1$ invested in drinking water infrastructure, yields 4$ of economic returns. – WHO
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patents on water technology