SRCC Students Helped A Slum Get Free From Its Water Woes

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Students of Delhi University’s Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC) have set up a community reverse osmosis filtration plant at Lal Bagh slum area in Azadpur near Model Town.Lal Bagh has over three lakh residents living there.

The slum was suffering from various issues which included poor access to drinking water, water tankers from the Delhi Jal Board never seemed to arrive in the area and the water that dripped form the domestic taps had a bad taste and smell.

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The system installed by the students provide clean water for a nominal amount and is helping more than 500 families.

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The students also conducted door to door awareness campaign and street plays were organised to make the public aware of this initiative.

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Simran Malik
Simran is an Economics student who believes, if you have a great playlist you have nothing to fear.

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