AirWater International Corporation’s subsidiary AirWater Corporation, in association with its exclusive licensee WaterMaker Pvt. Ltd. of Mumbai, India, has jointly announced the imminent launch of the world’s first AirWater Village Sustenance Programme, due to be located at the Jalimudi Village in the State of Andhra Pradesh, India.
The village currently has about 600 inhabitants, and the programme will entail the installation of a large AW-1000 air to water machine as well as the provision of water tanks and a dispensing station able to provide on a continuing long-term basis thousands of litres of fresh clean and pure drinking water to the local inhabitants.
Company President Michael Zwebner and Pallan Katgara, President of WaterMaker Pvt. Ltd, confirmed that both companies have entered into an understanding with the Indian Government for this first installation of its kind in the world.
In a statement, Katgara said, “This is truly the most innovative and outstanding accomplishment in the field of provision of fresh drinking water to the village inhabitants. Our joint programme, coupled with the co-operation and commitments made with the Indian Government will provide a steady, clean, clear and pure supply of life sustaining drinking water to a village in India with over 600 inhabitants that have only known suffering in the past in having to search, collect and carry life’s basic need of drinking water.”
“Our new technology, and its most unique application is a groundbreaking and history making programme and we are proud to work with Michael Zwebner and his group in having orchestrated this unique program.”
Air Water International Corporation, through its subsidiaries, designs and manufactures a range of air to water machines and systems. Its products offer consumers approximately 25 litres to 5,000 litres of filtered drinking water.