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India: SPML Infra Limited today received the “Best Water Management Practices” for the outstanding contributions in development of sustainable water infrastructure in India at an event organized by ASSOCHAM at Hotel Le-Meridien, New Delhi.

The award was presented by Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, Cabinet Minister for Water (Jal Shakti) of India during the “National Conference & Awards on Innovative Water Solutions” held in New Delhi on 28 June 2019. On behalf of SPML Infra Ltd, the award was received by Sushil Sethi Jain, Managing Director, SPML.

According to ASSOCHAM, “Water Management Excellence Awards” acknowledged the excellence in water sector. The criteria of awards are innovativeness, applicability, relevance, impact, contribution, benefits and potential in the respective areas of excellence.

The objective of this conference was to create knowledge sharing and networking platform for R&D, demonstration and development of solutions in the context of Water Conservation, Water Treatment and Water Use Efficiency. The focus is on workable business models, Investment, research and development and bridging the gap between government and industry to design and innovate generic solutions for optimal water management for wider adoption.

SPML Infra is a leading infrastructure development company of India. With over three decades of experience, it has executed more than 600 projects and created significant value for the country that has touched the lives of millions of people; be it provision of drinking water, improved sewerage facilities, better municipal waste management, and lighting up homes.

Currently, SPML Infra is developing infrastructure projects worth about USD 1 billion and provides drinking water facilities to more than 40 million Indian populations through various projects. It is also featured amongst World’s Top 50 Private Water Companies as per the global research by Global Water Intelligence, London. SPML Infra also features among the 1000 High Growth Companies in Asia-Pacific region, as per Financial Times, London.

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