Every year, freshwater supply on our planet is decreasing, leading to a scarcity in different parts of the world. With India dealing with the same problem, Smita Singhal and her father came up with a life-changing innovation at ‘Absolute Water’, where they converted sewage water into drinkable water and the residue is used for horticulture purposes. Dealing with the traditional perception of sewage water becoming potable, Smita faced the challenge head-on and emerged victorious when her plant was installed at the premises of the Delhi government which has the capacity to convert 1 Lakh liters of sewage water per day.
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