In a first, Indian named SDG Pioneer for Water Stewardship by UNGC

Meghdoot has already been successful in generating over 100 million liters of fresh water from air, and saved an estimated 200 million liters of crucial groundwater resources from exploitation.

In a first, Indian named SDG Pioneer for Water Stewardship by UNGC
Source- Maithri Aquatech.

For the first time,  the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) has selected an Indian as a Global Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Pioneer for Water Stewardship. Ramkrishna Mukkavilli, founder and managing director of Maithri Aquatech has earned his place among ten SDG pioneers announced by the UNGC for 2022.

Meghdoot Classic model which can produce up to 60 liters of water per day. Source- Maithri Aquatech

Mukkavilli was recognized for his company’s innovative unique solution – MEGHDOOT, which is based on an alternative water concept known as Atmospheric Water Generation (AWG) that generates water from Air, because is known that air contains six times as much freshwater as all the rivers on the planet combined.