Own report: In a country like India with a population of 150 crores, lakhs of crores of people travel by train every day. Most of the passengers choose train for traveling in all cases of urgent work, travel. This rail service has become the backbone of public transport due to its low cost and short travel time.
As rail services are the backbone of public transport, Indian Railways is constantly trying to streamline its services. This time, among the various steps, Indian Railways has taken a step which is revolutionary and may surprise you.
Indian Railways plans to install drinking water machines at railway stations that can generate water from air. This technology is recognized by the United Nations. Atmospheric Water Generation Machine, named Meghdut. This machine uses the science of condensation to create water.
In June this year, it was recognized as a leader in the Global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations Global Compact for using this technology machine. Currently, such machines have been installed in six railway stations of the Mumbai division of the Central Railway. Indian Railways is planning to install this machine across the country very soon.
According to the sources, the railway has already entered into an agreement with several companies to implement this plan. Indian Railways is spending crores of rupees for this project. As a result, the passengers coming to the station will get purified water easily.