Pune’s Abhijit Sathe started JalSevak Solutions to provide an affordable alternative to greywater recycling to Indian households. He has helped install this compact system in residential complexes, individual homes, schools, public toilets, and more, across 12 Indian cities.
One of the most effective ways to conserve this water in everyday life is greywater recycling — a method of recycling wastewater from kitchen sinks, showers, and washing machines. This can help conserve up to 40% of freshwater, which would otherwise have been consumed in activities such as toilet flushing — which wastes at least six litres of fresh water per flush.
Installing a suitable system to recycle greywater can prove to be expensive, which means that Indian households require a more affordable alternative. It was with this motive — and an aim to address an important and often overlooked problem faced by Indian cities and towns — that Pune’s Abhijit Sathe started JalSevak Solutions.
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