Rite Water Solutions: Transforming India's Water and Energy Landscape

Rite Water pioneers innovative projects in India's water and energy sectors, transforming rural communities' well-being. From deploying electro-chlorination plants to tackling sewage pollution in Varanasi, their initiatives impact millions. Read on!

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Rite Water Solutions, a pioneering social enterprise, is reshaping India's water and energy sectors with its innovative projects aimed at enhancing rural communities' well-being. Their recent endeavor involves deploying electro-chlorination plants across 15,000 villages as part of the Jal Jeevan Mission, marking a significant step in combating waterborne diseases. By producing chlorine through electrolysis of brine, Rite Water is offering a sustainable and cost-effective solution for water purification, set to impact the lives of 30 million people by disinfecting 1.5 billion liters of water daily.

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Scaling for Impact

With an eye on the future, Rite Water plans to scale this project to encompass 50,000 villages, extending the benefits of clean water to even more rural inhabitants. This ambitious scaling demonstrates the company's commitment to addressing the pressing issue of water scarcity and contamination head-on.

Tackling Sewage Pollution in Varanasi

In Varanasi, Rite Water is confronting sewage pollution in the Ganges through India's first large-scale drain interception and treatment project. Leveraging Advanced Oxidation technology, the company integrates geo-tubes for filtration and ozonation for oxidation, setting a new standard in wastewater management. This initiative not only preserves the sanctity of the Ganges but also serves as a replicable model for cleaning rivers nationwide.

Harnessing IoT for Water Quality Monitoring

Rite Water's foray into the Internet of Things (IoT) involves monitoring water quality and supply in over 2000 villages. Through an extensive network of sensors, the company ensures adherence to Jal Jeevan Mission standards, providing real-time data crucial for accountability and sustainability.

Venturing into Energy Sector

Expanding its portfolio, Rite Water secures a project for IoT-based substation monitoring for Maharashtra's MSEDCL, the world's largest DISCOM in terms of consumers. Monitoring over 3500 substations, this initiative enhances the efficiency and reliability of power distribution in Maharashtra, showcasing the company's versatility in handling large-scale tech-driven projects.


Aligned with National and Global Agendas

Rite Water's projects align closely with the Government of India's flagship programs, focusing on rural upliftment and sustainable development. Furthermore, the company's commitment to Sustainable Development Goals underscores its broader impact on global sustainability benchmarks.

The global significance of Rite Water's work has attracted significant attention, with the World's first drinking water-focused PE fund, W2AF, selecting Rite Water as its inaugural investment. Supported by renowned investors, this backing validates Rite Water's model of achieving societal impact while ensuring financial viability.

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A Story of Hope and Inspiration

Rite Water Solutions' journey exemplifies the transformative power of social enterprises in driving positive change. Their narrative of innovation, dedication, and strategic partnerships serves as a beacon of hope, inspiring similar endeavors worldwide and demonstrating the potential for a more equitable and sustainable future.

As Rite Water continues to pioneer solutions at the intersection of innovation, sustainability, and societal impact, its story stands as a testament to the possibilities of leveraging technology for the greater good.

Disclaimer: TICE News did not create this content. It is derived from a press release issued by the respective company.

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