505,883,462 Litres served and counting...

India's Water Scenario

Safe Drinking Water 25 Million People

25 Million People Lack Access to Safe Drinking Water

Deaths Daily 1600 Deaths Daily

1600 Deaths Daily due to acute diarrhea

Loss Economy ₹360,000,000 ($5,400,000)
annual loss

₹360,000,000 ($5,400,000) annual loss to the economy due to health burden

Budget Plan 700 Hours Wasted Annually

Indian rural women waste 700 hours annually collecting water

Our Impact

In this context, Piramal Sarvajal, a mission-driven social enterprise, is committed to leveraging technology to bring community-level safe drinking water to the underserved. We do so by Innovating, Demonstrating, Enabling and Promoting market-based drinking water solutions.

3.00 Lacs people served daily 300,000 People Served Daily

Across 12 Indian States (Rajasthan, Gujarat, Haryana, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi NCR, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, Jammu & Kashmir)

 390+ Purification Units 390+ Purification Units

A technology agnostic model that leverages remote monitoring for greater oversight

180+ Water ATMs 180+ Water ATMs

Our solar powered, cloud connected water kiosks enable us to reach even the most disenfranchised

Spread across 12 states $4 MIL. Economy Rise

Sarvajal generates a total local economy worth US$4,346,000 annually

Stories From The Ground

  • Multilateral Organization Partnered Projects

    Heena is a 11 year old girl living in the Chaksu Block in Jaipur, Rajasthan. Thanks to Piramal Sarvajal and the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation she and 100 other students at the Goner Girls School drink safe water everyday!

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    Multilateral Organization Partnered Projects
  • Govt. Partnered (PPP) Projects

    Kavita ji is a housewife who in Delhi’s Sawda Ghevra JJ Colony. Just prior to Sarvajal’s arrival in Sawda, Kavita ji’s newest family member Bharti (7 months old) survived a severe case of diarrhea after Kavita ji started buying Sarvajal for her family.

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    Govt. Partnered (PPP) Projects
  • Rural Franchise Project

    Thanks to Piramal Sarvajal’s franchisee program, Sandeep went from being unemployed to running a local water business for the past 5 years which employees 12 other young people and served over 3000 people daily.

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    Rural Franchise Project
  • Serving Underserved Construction Labourers with our CSR Partners

    In just 2 months, L&T Realty increased the health and productivity for their 1700 construction workers after installing a Sarvajal water system on their site.

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    Serving Underserved Construction Labourers with our CSR Partners

Our Solutions

  • Problem

    The village of Ekal lies near the Indo-Pakistan border where residents received access to electricity only 4 years ago. They were unaware of the need for safe drinking water and found themselves frequently spending on doctor's bills.

  • Solution

    Partner with Sarvajal to implement a customized decentralized drinking water solution to deliver reliable, affordable and sustainable solutions for our growing cities.

Adopt a Village
  • Problem

    Residents of the Savda Ghevra resettlement colony sometimes wait up to four days for water tankers, which are currently their only source of water.

  • Solution

    Partner with Sarvajal to implement a customized decentralized drinking water solution to deliver reliable, affordable and sustainable solutions for our growing cities.

Adopt a Slum
  • Problem

    Girls at the Goner girls school outside of Jaipur did not have a single source of water on campus. This meant the children used to carry water from home to last them the entire day.

  • Solution

    Partner with Sarvajal to implement a customized decentralized drinking water solution to deliver reliable, affordable and sustainable solutions for our growing cities.

Adopt a School
  • Problem

    The only sources of water for travelers across socio-economic backgrounds are either a 20 rupee bottles, adding to the plastic littering, or unreliable, dirty, local water sources.

  • Solution

    Partner with Sarvajal to implement a customized decentralized drinking water solution to deliver reliable, affordable and sustainable solutions for our growing cities.

Adopt a Public Place