Jaldhara Technologies has the solution to deal with water scarcity
Incorporated in October 2010, Jaldhara Technologies, a subsidiary of Mauritius-based Greywater Technologies, is a new player in the waste water management and effluent treatment sector. The company's range of products, which go by the name of Grewa, are suitable for residential, commercial and industrial purposes.
Conceptualised by Harshad Bastikar (53), Director and CEO of Jaldhara, these products have an edge over conventional counterparts as they use clean technology. This means that no hazardous chemicals are used or emitted in the entire process of treatment.
The sludge content, which is bio degradable, can be discharged without any fear of toxic contents. "We are here to change the way the world treats its waste water," says Bastikar. read more →
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