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The project is on the lines of the water ATMs installed at various railway stations across Mumbai.(HT File Photo)

Water ATMs to give 1 litre water for Rs1 at Marine Drive, Girgaum

Hindustan Times, Mumbai | By Mehul R Thakkar, Mumbai
UPDATED ON SEP 04, 2019 03:25 AM IST
According to civic officials, if the project gets a good response, the BMC will install several of these machines, especially in areas which witness a high footfall.
Residents can obtain 20 litres of water for Rs 10, 1 litre for Rs 3, and 250 millilitres for Rs 2 from the water ATMs.(HT image)
Residents can obtain 20 litres of water for Rs 10, 1 litre for Rs 3, and 250 millilitres for Rs 2 from the water ATMs.(HT image)

Municipal Corporation of Gurugram to build 15 water ATMs in city

Gurugram | By Kartik Kumar
UPDATED ON AUG 20, 2019 02:28 AM IST
The water ATMs were planned to provide chilled distilled water to the city residents at affordable prices.
The BMC chief has asked officials to identify five spots where the water vending machines can be set up.(HT File)
The BMC chief has asked officials to identify five spots where the water vending machines can be set up.(HT File)

Mumbai to have ‘water ATMs’ in areas with high footfall

Hindustan Times, Mumbai | By Sagar Pillai
PUBLISHED ON JUL 19, 2019 02:34 PM IST
This is the first time that the BMC is mulling the idea of water vending machines in public places. Officials of the civic body said citizens will have to pay a minimal cost for getting water from the ATMs.
A water ATM opposite Medanta — The Medicity. Following complaints from residents and activists alleging encroachment of public spaces, the MCG has decided to remove 15 such structures installed across the city.(Yogendra Kumar/HT PHOTO)
A water ATM opposite Medanta — The Medicity. Following complaints from residents and activists alleging encroachment of public spaces, the MCG has decided to remove 15 such structures installed across the city.(Yogendra Kumar/HT PHOTO)

MCG will remove water ATMs from footpaths

Gurugram | By Dhananjay Jha
PUBLISHED ON JUN 19, 2019 01:22 AM IST
Vikas Malik, executive engineer, MCG, said, “We have asked our vendors to remove all the water ATMs from footpaths as soon as possible. We will allocate suitable spaces for them.”
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