GREYWATER launches Grewa-R-S, next generation, packaged and fully automatic Sewage Treatment Plant at the price of conventional technology

GREYWATER, a Mumbai based specialized technology company that pioneers the next generation products for sewage and wastewater treatment announced the launch of Grewa-R-S a next generation, packaged and fully automatic sewage treatment plant.

In its efforts to ensure water sustainability for the world, GREYWATER strives to fundamentally change the way the world treats sewage, wastewater and effluent by applying technology to develop revolutionary products such as Grewa-R-S that provide a one point solution to all the problems related to treatment and recycling of sewage and waste water.

“We at GREYWATER understand that price is an important factor in success of a technology. Through our intensive R&D efforts we are now able to provide a revolutionary product Grewa-R-S at the same price as that of conventional technology. Grewa-R-S is built on the same SBR technology platform as our future ready product Grewa-R and has most of its unique features such as capability to handle variable loads (10% to 110% of design capacity), low footprint, low operating and maintenance cost and fully automated and robust operations. Our R ranges of products are the only products in India to offer complete remote monitoring and control.” said Vikrum Kishore –Executive Director
“Most of the conventional technologies available in the market today have inconsistent performance and problematic operations. In that respect Grewa-R-S is an amazing product as it ensures consistent availability of recycle and resuse ready output water at considerably lower cost per liter. Moreover with Grewa-R-S priced at the same level as conventional technology, I am confident that the Grewa-R-S has the potential to become a mainstream go to product for the customers.” said MD of a Leading International MEP consulting company in India.

Funded by Nexus Venture Partners, GREYWATER is a first of its kind company in India to realize the need to invest resources to develop technology that will make water recycling and reuse a mainstream part of all residential and commercial facilities.

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