- The RO plant at Government Boys Senior Secondary School No. 1 at Shakti Nagar was inaugurated by Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister of Delhi, Shri Manish Sisodia
- The RO plant to provide purified drinking water to over 5000 students, teachers and non-teaching staff daily
- Tata Power-DDL has also installed RO Plants at JJ Clusters (Slums), Delhi Metro stations which benefit 2.5 Lakh people every day
Tata Power Delhi Distribution Limited (Tata Power-DDL) has installed its 36th RO Water plant at Government Boys Senior Secondary School No. 1 at Shakti Nagar as part of its initiative to provide clean drinking water in Delhi Government Schools across its area of operation in North Delhi. The plant was inaugurated on the occasion of the school’s Alumni Meet by Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister of Delhi, Shri Manish Sisodia and Mr Sanjay Banga, CEO, TATA Power-DDL, in the presence of Shri Akhilesh Pati Tipathi, Hon’ble MLA (Model Town), Delhi and other dignitaries, along with the officials of TATA Power DDL, Principals, Teachers, students and hundreds of alumni members of the School.
The RO plant has a capacity to purify and dispense 500 litres of water every hour and would provide potable water to around 5000 students, teachers and non-teaching staff every day. The students are encouraged to carry drinking water of RO Plant for their family / house hold use also.
Speaking at the inauguration, Mr Sanjay Banga, CEO, Tata Power-DDL said, “We are happy to contribute towards providing clean and safe drinking water to lakhs of people through our RO plants. The initiative is in line with our philosophy of reaching out to the communities we operate in, by transforming lives in all possible ways. Tata Power-DDL has installed a total of 36 RO plants to provide safe and clean drinking water to the students, teachers and non- teaching staff at Delhi Government run schools.”
Tata Power-DDL has also installed 11 RO Plants at JJ Clusters (Slums), 5 Delhi Metro stations, which provides clean drinking water to over 2.5 Lakh people every day.