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Uttarakhand: Atmospheric water generator units installed in 15 schools

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Atmospheric water generator – Dehradun: To address the issue of water supply, a team of scientists from the Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT) in Hyderabad has built atmospheric water generator (AMG) units in 15 government schools in Uttarakhand.

A team of eight personnel from IICT led by principal scientist S Sridhar installed four AMG units in Dehradun government schools and 11 in Tehri Garhwal district schools as part of the programme. Tehri Hydro Development Corporation India Limited sponsored the project as part of its corporate social responsibility programme. 
 
They intend to expand it throughout Uttarakhand by putting similar units in other schools and colleges. They further stated that in the next months, these units will be installed in desert and water-scarce areas of Maharashtra and Rajasthan.