Hyderabad, Dec 10: WaterHealth India, a US-based global leader in potable water, on Tuesday announced the installation of India's first IoT (Internet of Things) based purification-cum-bottling technology, unit at India’s leading hotel Park Hyatt here.
Addressing on the occasion, WaterHealth International (USA) CEO, Sanjay Bhatnagar said the state-of-the-art unit will provide purified WHO – IS 10500 standard quality water in recyclable glass bottles to the hotel guests.
This initiative fully automatic and loT enabled glass bottling-cum-punification unit providing water in super flint glass bottles, he said this is the first of its kind in India and is expected to reduce single-use plastic waste at Park Hyatt hotel.
The loT based technology unit that monitor several key parameters – cleanliness of water, pH and TDS (total dissolved solids) of water, batch number, date of filling and this technology also helps to predict plant maintenance frequency, he informed.
Other than monitoring the water chemistry parameters at the plant, the QR code on the glass bottles helps the consumers/users check the pH and TDS values of the purified water.
Company Chief Operating Officer Vikas Shah said the total cost of the unit was between Rs 75 to 80 lakh and the capacity of the plant was 1,000 litres per day.
Park Hyatt Hyderabad general manager and Area Vice-President (south India) Thomas Abraham were also present on the occasion. (UNI)