As a vital corporate partner since 2010, Pentair has provided grant funding and engineering expertise to help Safe Water Network India refine the iJal model and significantly expand the iJal portfolio in Telangana, directly contributing to increased safe water access for nearly 300,000 people and reaching a million more through technology and program support. Pentair has also supported incubation of our Field Service Entity (FSE), since spun off as an independent technical service provider serving multiple clusters around the country. As a result of our decade-long relationship, Safe Water Network India has been able to build systems and processes to improve the sustainability of iJal Stations, with a focus on reducing costs of technical service support through remote monitoring and digital applications, and develop capacity building tools and knowledge sharing mechanisms to enable efficient replication.

Too many people are still without access to affordable safe water. We are honored to support this important work to improve the lives of those living in poverty.
Marybeth Thorsgaard, Vice President, Corporate Communications and The Pentair Foundation


India's newest state, where over three million people lack access to safe water.
The Taj Mahal is located here, yet many in Uttar Pradesh suffer from unsafe water.