Mahindra Water Utilities is a 50-50 Joint Venture between Mahindra Infrastructure Developers & United Utilities International Inc
Its Operations are spread over 100 square kilometers and from over 30 operating stations.
It has the distinction of maintaining 100% compliance to Water Quality and Zero accidents since operations commenced in 2005.
Mahindra Water Utilities expertise lies in Operation and Maintenance of Water Supply & Sewerage Projects. This involves extracting river water, treating it and further distributing it for use by industries and individuals. Currently it manages the 'Tirupur Water Supply & Sewerage Project' with distribution pipeline network of over 300 Kms. The project has a capacity to produce 185 Million Litres of High Quality Potable Water to the consumers every day and a potential to generate revenue of upto Rs. 150 Crores per annum from the sale of water.
Along with this, they also manage domestic waste water collection and treatment. Each day, collection and treatment of about 15 million liters of domestic sewage is carried out by Mahindra Water Utilities.
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In 2002, Mahindra Water Utilities (MWUL) stepped forward to become the first utility Company in India to enter into a public-private partnership to provide water utility solutions to Tirupur, India's leading cotton knitwear export region. It has the distinction of maintaining 100% compliance to Water Quality and Zero accidents since operations commenced in 2005.
Mahindra Water Utilities is a young team of 100 Engineers and professionals (Electro-Mechanical, Instrumentation, Civil, Hydraulics and Chemistry) managing 150 outsourced personnel to operate and maintain services for one of India's largest Water Distribution Schemes, the Tirupur Water Supply and Sewerage project. As this is India's first venture into commercializing the supply of water both for domestic and industrial use, they are highly cognizant, and proud of their work.