Every year 42 crores 40 lacs liters of mineral
water is being produced in the world by mineral
water industry. The yearly per capita figure of
mineral water consumption in India is 0.5
liters, which is very less in comparison to
other countries like USA, which has the rate
140 liters per capita yearly. Looking at these
figures, there are tremendous growth prospects
for the mineral water industry in India. As per
our market research, the demand for pure
drinking water will go on increasing.
From March 2002, the Ministry of Health, Govt. of
India has announced new bottled water standards.
Almost all bottled water plants shall be based on
reverse osmosis technology.
Studies conducted by health authorities’ show that
10 percent of urban water source in India is
contaminated and 80 percent of human diseases are
water borne. Rising population, along with unplanned
industrial growth has led to natural resources being
Previously, DM plants were installed to provide feed
water for kidney
dialysis plants in hospitals all over India.
Recently, The Journal of Indian Medical Association
recommends the use of RO water for all kidney
When RO water is used in poultry farms for the
raising of chickens, it is found that growth time
was reduced by 15% and the life span and survival
rate was increased significantly.
When RO water is used for laundry purposes, less
detergent is required to wash clothes. RO water
helped to preserve color fastness, brightness, and
softness of the material.
Restaurants can install RO plants and serve
complimentary mineral water to their customers. This
will help in the growth of their business to a great
If RO water is used in green houses to feed plants,
it will reduce the growth time, less fertilizer is
required. The fertility of the ground will be
improved and the soil quality is preserved and does
not deteriorate over a period of time.In Metal
plating industries, RO water improves the quality of
plating, saving precious energy