Herbalife Nutrition inaugurates water ATM project in Kithiganur, Karnataka


Global nutrition company Herbalife Nutrition has inaugurated a water ATM project in Kithiganur village in the southern Indian state of Karnataka.

The safe drinking water project is a Water ATM and Reverse Osmosis (RO) system based water purifying plant that will help more than 2,500 families and five schools in the region.

The water ATM project in Kithiganur was inaugurated in presence of Mahadevapura MLA Arvind Limbavali.

According to Herbalife Nutrition, each year, contaminated water causes diseases like diarrhoea, dysentery, and others to spread in rural areas.

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The new reverse osmosis water plant in Kithiganur has been designed to purify 1000 litres of water per hour. The water ATM project will distribute water to the families and schools located in nearby villages.

water ATM project in Kithiganur by Herbalife Nutrition

Inauguration of the new water ATM project in Kithiganur by Herbalife Nutrition. Photo courtesy of Herbalife Nutrition.

Arvind Limbavali on the new water ATM project in Kithiganur said: “Availability of potable drinking water is one of the basic needs and critical for overall wellbeing of people. This is an excellent initiative by Herbalife Nutrition and will help provide the water infrastructure to families in the region.”

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Herbalife Nutrition claimed that it distributed 20 litres capacity water dispensers for convenient storage to 500 families living in Kithiganur.

Commenting on the new water ATM project in Kithiganur, Ajay Khanna – Herbalife Nutrition India Vice President and Country Head, said: “We are proud to support the Honorable Prime Minister’s Swachh Bharath campaign with our initiative. Clean drinking water is essential to a healthy life. There is growing demand for potable drinking water in rural areas across the country. This plant is a step towards ensuring families in Kithiganur can access clean drinking water. We plan to install two more RO plants in villages near Hoskote.”

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