Jinasena water purification plants bring hope to CKD-affected regions | Sunday Observer

Jinasena water purification plants bring hope to CKD-affected regions

A Reverse Osmosis (RO) plant provided  by Jinasena (Pvt) Ltd.
A Reverse Osmosis (RO) plant provided by Jinasena (Pvt) Ltd.

Jinasena (Pvt) Limited, a water management systems and solutions provider, including Reverse Osmosis (RO) plants, in Sri Lanka, has witnessed a surge in the demand for water purification plants in the Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) affected areas of the island.

Jinasena has extensive experience in deploying large water purification plants in Sri Lanka having ventured into this specialised field in 2005.

Over the past three years, the company has carried out over 200 water purification plant projects for a variety of organisations in CKD affected areas in North Central, Eastern, Northern, North Western and Central Provinces.

At present, the company is handling 88 ongoing projects having completed over 100 projects during 2017. With each water purification plant providing water to up to 300 families, to date, the company has successfully provided clean water to over 25,000 families across the island.

Expressing his views, Nalin Ganegoda - Manager Sales and Marketing (Water Purification) of Jinasena (Pvt) Limited said, “We work closely with the Government of Sri Lanka especially with institutions such as the National Water Supply and Drainage Board to implement State projects that have been awarded to us through tender procedures.

“We have also built a reputation with both local and foreign NGOs as a company that provides long-term water purification solutions that are environmentally-friendly, long-lasting and competitively priced.

Large corporates in Sri Lanka have also approached us in recent years to carry out their CSR programmes that are focused on providing clean water to villages and communities in these CKD-affected areas,” he said.

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