Continuous availability of pure water to one’s family is essential. Keeping this in mind, it is important to have a good after-sales service back-up, so if in case any problem arises, it can be addressed within the shortest turnaround time.

In this developing world, 80% diseases are water-borne. The World Health Organization states that the provision of safe water alone will reduce diarrheal diseases by up to 50%. Also, as a result of pollution, the water you drink may contain heavy metals and iron rust which boiling cannot remove. These metals can hamper the mental development in children. Boiling is not the answer as it does not remove harmful contaminants that a water purifier can. Only Pureit removes all harmful contaminants making it much safer than boiling.

Boiling has traditionally been recommended by Doctors. Boiling can kill germs like bacteria and virus to make water safe. However, if metal contaminants are dissolved in water, then boiling is of no help.

JeevanDhara water should be stored in a cool and clean place, preferably in steel or glass containers. Avoid matkas/ water pots or storage filters as they tend to breed microorganisms. For hygienic reasons, it is preferable to replace the stored water after two days.

We have strict quality norms at our manufacturing facilities, in fact our products are also tested at 135 reputed Indian and International Labs. Further, we offer water testing at our Water Labs (major cities) where we collect your water sample and test it at a very nominal charge.

Most waterborne diseases are caused by the presence of bacteria and virus in water.Bacteria Causes: gastro-enteritis, typhoid, cholera, paratyphoid, dysentery and diarrhoea. Virus Causes: polio, dysentery, gastro-enteritis, and diarrhoea.In addition, worm infestations are commonly caused through contaminated water.

Our water sources are increasingly getting polluted. As a result the water we get is full of impurities and not fit for drinking.

  • River water, which is our primary source of water, gets contaminated due to various reasons such as direct disposal of sewage by municipalities, excessive discharge of industrial pollutants, use for daily chores like washing, bathing, livestock bathing, garbage disposal, etc.
  • Water sourced from groundwater too has deteriorated due to the excessive use of pesticides & insecticides in agriculture, which seep into the groundwater as well as get washed away into the rivers. Decreasing levels of groundwater also attracts natural contaminants present in the earth such as Arsenic, Fluoride, Lead, Heavy Metals, which make the water hard.
  • Our municipalities are not well equipped to completely purify the water we drink. They are unable to remove harmful dissolved impurities as they use outdated methods of purification such as chlorination and filtration. The pipes in which the water is supplied are rusty which makes the municipal water polluted and the overhead tanks in which water is stored are breeding grounds for bacteria and viruses as they are seldom cleaned.