Daiki Axis to set up second plant in India at Rs 200 cr investment
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Daiki Axis to set up second plant in India at Rs 200 cr investment

Water treatment solutions provider Daiki Axis Japan is developing its second plant in India at Haryana with an investment of Rs 200 crore.

Daiki Axis India, a subsidiary of Daiki Axis Japan, CEO, Kamal Tiwari, told the media that the plant with a capacity to create 1,000 sewage treatment units with Japanese Johkasou technology is arriving in Palwal.

The facility will be functional by September 2023, he said, adding a unit that is already operating in Vapi, Gujarat.

Tiwari said the Gujarat facility, which can produce over 800 sewage treatment plants, was installed in 2019.

The company is eyeing an expansion in its customer base with the setting up of the new plant.

The product can be utilised in both commercial, industrial, and residential segments. The firm has a team to help customers in the installation of the units, he said adding the technology is already in service in different states, including Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, and Delhi.

The CEO said India and Japan recently inked a Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC) for wastewater management via Johkasou technology.

He said clean water and sanitation are the keys to the survival of people and the building up of a healthy country. The government is taking various initiatives to reach this goal. The MoC will be a game-changer in the Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM), Swachh Bharat Mission, and Sustainable Development Goals execution and deliver wastewater treatment to remote locations.

He said its system is controlled by the Johkasou Act of Japan, in which technical standards for manufacturing, installation, operation, and maintenance, including desludging are stipulated.

Tiwari said the Act also defines a qualification system for Johkasou-related technicians. In short, Johkasou is to treat domestic wastewater locally and reuse it, which is very suitable for India in existing circumstances.

The industry expert said it's a matter of worry that 600 million people in India face high to severe water stress. About 3/4th of the households in the nation do not have drinking water on their premises. India is placed 120th amongst 122 countries in the Water Quality Index (WQI) with almost 70% of water being contaminated.

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Also read: Austria's OeEB lends 13 mn euros for Namami Gange's STP in Bengal

Water treatment solutions provider Daiki Axis Japan is developing its second plant in India at Haryana with an investment of Rs 200 crore. Daiki Axis India, a subsidiary of Daiki Axis Japan, CEO, Kamal Tiwari, told the media that the plant with a capacity to create 1,000 sewage treatment units with Japanese Johkasou technology is arriving in Palwal. The facility will be functional by September 2023, he said, adding a unit that is already operating in Vapi, Gujarat. Tiwari said the Gujarat facility, which can produce over 800 sewage treatment plants, was installed in 2019. The company is eyeing an expansion in its customer base with the setting up of the new plant. The product can be utilised in both commercial, industrial, and residential segments. The firm has a team to help customers in the installation of the units, he said adding the technology is already in service in different states, including Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, and Delhi. The CEO said India and Japan recently inked a Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC) for wastewater management via Johkasou technology. He said clean water and sanitation are the keys to the survival of people and the building up of a healthy country. The government is taking various initiatives to reach this goal. The MoC will be a game-changer in the Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM), Swachh Bharat Mission, and Sustainable Development Goals execution and deliver wastewater treatment to remote locations. He said its system is controlled by the Johkasou Act of Japan, in which technical standards for manufacturing, installation, operation, and maintenance, including desludging are stipulated. Tiwari said the Act also defines a qualification system for Johkasou-related technicians. In short, Johkasou is to treat domestic wastewater locally and reuse it, which is very suitable for India in existing circumstances. The industry expert said it's a matter of worry that 600 million people in India face high to severe water stress. About 3/4th of the households in the nation do not have drinking water on their premises. India is placed 120th amongst 122 countries in the Water Quality Index (WQI) with almost 70% of water being contaminated. Image Source Also read: Austria's OeEB lends 13 mn euros for Namami Gange's STP in Bengal

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