RO Plant in the drought prone village of Mohi, Maharashtra

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PUNE: Sparsh, the CSR wing of Infosys Pune Development Center (DC), today inaugurated the Reverse Osmosis (RO) Plant in the drought prone village of Mohi, Maharashtra. The RO plant is expected to benefit over 5000 people from the village as well its neighboring areas which are declared as drought prone by the Government of Maharashtra.

The plant was inaugurated by the Infosys Pune DC Heads Pravin Kulkarni & Rajneesh Malviya.

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