New Delhi, July 27 : New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) Vice Chairman Karan Singh Tanwar on Friday announced that the civic body will install 75 water ATMs in the city, as part of an ongoing project.
"We've collaborated with JanaJal to undertake an increase in the number of Water ATMs inside and outside of strategic areas including tourist places, hospitals, parks and slums," he said.
"We aim to provide clean drinking water to our citizens at very affordable prices and also reduce the wastage. In addition, this initiative will also cut down plastic usage and waste", he added.
Water in these ATMs will be available for Rs 2 per glass.
Paper glasses will be available at every ATM and if someone wants to fill their bottle, they will have to pay Rs 5 per litre.