Watertech startup Swajal raised $1.6M from RVCF, others
Swajal recently raised its Pre-Series A funding of $1.6 mn from Rajasthan Asset Management Company Pvt Ltd (RAMC) through RVCF III - India Growth Fund and a group of investors led by Pramod Agarwal (former CFO P&G, global haircare division). The startup aims to accelerate the adoption of AI-powered sustainable water solutions in India while minimising plastic usage across segments and would use the recent influx for the same.
Swajal presents a new generation of drinking water solutions for everyone including communities, hospitality players, corporates, and others. Its cutting-edge deployments range from rural areas such as India’s largest direct solar-powered water purification system in Faridpur (Haryana) to premium hotels including JW Marriott with AI-enabled dedicated glass water bottling facility for premium water.
Its watertech platform “Clairvoyant” allows Swajal to manage all of its purification systems effectively and use AI-enabled analytics to maintain them without downtimes. Clairvoyant was developed by Swajal’s in-house DSIR accredited R&D facility in Gurugram.