A secure water supply is the foundation of a strong economy, but it is grossly undervalued globally.In India, it is estimated that waterborne infections cost the country almost 600 million each year. This is particularly true in drought- and flood-prone areas, which have affected a third of the country in recent years.
In India, less than half of the population has access to properly managed drinking water. Chemical contamination of water is found in 1.96 million homes, primarily due to fluoride and arsenic.
According to the World Health Organization, excess fluoride in India could be impacting tens of millions of people across 19 states, while excess arsenic could be affecting up to 15 million people in West Bengal.Furthermore, serious water scarcity affects two-thirds of India's 718 districts, and the existing lack of planning for water safety and security is a big worry. One of the issues is the rapid depletion of groundwater in India, which is known as the world's greatest user of this resource due to the widespread use of drilling in recent decades.In rural areas, groundwater from over 30 million access points provides 85% of drinking water and 48% of water requirements in urban areas.
According to the Convention on the Rights of the Child, all children have the right to clean water and basic sanitation. The ultimate goal of UNICEF's water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) mission is to ensure that all children have access to this right, with no child being left behind.
Women and children are generally responsible for gathering water when households do not have access to a safe and reliable water supply, particularly one that is close to their home. When youngsters in India are compelled to spend hours collecting water, their attendance at school drops. Drought-affected states have seen a 22 percent spike in school dropout rates.
Following Prime Minister Narendra Modi's re-election in 2019, the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation (MDWS) was reformed into a new ministerial organogram, with the MDWS's mandate becoming one of two pillars under a new ministry called Jal Shakti (which means "power of water").
While sanitation remains a top issue, the demand for a continuous supply of piped water is increasing. UNICEF has been the Government of India's "development partner of choice" and has been instrumental in the restructuring and execution of the country's flagship National Rural Drinking Water Program.
HOW NETSOL IS GIVING CLEAN WATER TO WORLD MARKETS?
NETSOL WATER SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD. (NWSPL) is a fast-growing company in the water and waste water treatment industry, with a reputable customer base in industries such as automobiles, beverages and food, heavy industry, hospitals and restaurants, institutions, schools, textile industry, and domestic households, among others. They are constantly bolstering their capabilities in the fields of water and waste water treatment, as well as recycling technology.Today, NETSOL WATER SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD. (NWSPL) is a company that specializes in water treatment, water handling, waste water treatment, and recycling systems. The company's leadership has extensive experience in the water and waste treatment industries, and the team behind it includes some of India's most well-known names in the industry.
NETSOL WATER SOLUTIONS PVT, LTD, (NWSPL), an ISO 9001:9008 company, focuses on preserving standards and quality in each field, beginning with design, procurement, fabrication, installation, and commissioning.
Industry and Products:
The majority of our products are classified into two categories: clear or ground water and waste water.
Waste Water Treatment:
1.Plant for Sewage Treatment
2.Plant for Effluent Treatment
3. Plant with Zero Liquid Discharge
Clear or groundwater products:
1.Reverse Osmosis System for Process and Drinking Water
2. Water Softener Plants
4.Filtration System with Multiple Grades
5.Filtration using activated carbon
6.Filtration to remove iron
7.Micro Filtration System
8.Ultra Filtration System
We produce disinfection systems using the following methods:
1.Ozonation via Ozonators
3.Dosing System for Chlorine
We also handle the following services:
1. High Side Plumbing Work
2. Fire-fighting Equipment
4. Water Booster System (Hydro-Pneumatic)