The facility caters to drinking water needs at Voluntary Health Services (VHS) hospital.
India: VA Tech WABAG Limited, a leading Pure Play Water Technology Indian Multinational Company under its CSR program has designed and built a drinking water treatment plant in Chennai for Voluntary Health Services (VHS), a multi-specialty hospital & research institute in Chennai, which has been serving the needs of the underprivileged for over 60 years as a non-profit healthcare service provider.
The 600 liters per hour RO plant is developed to cater to drinking water needs of various divisions of the hospital like Operation Theatre, Senior Citizen Centre, Eye Department, Diabetic Department, and Admin Block. More than 1000 patients, doctors, and staff members are benefited from this project on a daily basis.
Commenting on this project, Dr. S. Suresh, Honorary Secretary, Voluntary Health Services said, “At VHS, availability of ready access to drinking water has always been a critical challenge. Also, considering the hospital arena, access to consistent and clean drinking water becomes a foremost necessity for our day-to-day operations. Understanding our dire need of drinking water, VA Tech WABAG took the initiative to build a water treatment plant for which we are extremely thankful to the company. With this initiative, VA Tech WABAG has significantly contributed through its efforts to ensure the well-being of thousands of people.”
The easy to maintain facility has enabled a continuous supply of purified drinking water in all floors across different departments at VHS Hospital. Besides, elderly and aged residents of the senior citizens’ center at VHS have also been benefited by this initiative.
The WABAG Group represents a leading multinational player with a workforce of over 1,600 and has companies and offices in more than 20 countries. Since 1995, WABAG has completed over 900 water and wastewater plants worldwide. It acts as a systems specialist and full-service provider with a focus on the planning, installation, and operation of drinking and wastewater plants for local government and industry in the growth markets of Asia, North Africa, Middle East, the Central and Eastern Europe states.
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