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RO drinking water plant set up at Central Metro station
With agni natchathiram, the hottest period of summer setting in on Saturday, the Chennai Metro Rail Ltd has set up a RO water treatment plant at Central Metro station to supply drinking water free of cost to quench the thirst of the public.
“As part of providing world-class infrastructure facilities to the people of Chennai, CMRL has installed 500-litres capacity RO drinking water plant in Central Metro Station for public use at free of cost,” an official statement read.
The plant has been installed near one of the entrances to Central Metro Rail station, which is the main junction where passengers of all the three different modes of train meet. It is located at the junction of the suburban Park railway station entrance, Puratchi Thalaivar Dr. M.G. Ramachandran Central Railway Station subway and Metro Rail entrance and the bus stop on the main road for the convenience of the public.
CMRL said that it has installed the RO plant at the location so that a maximum number of people can utilise the purified drinking water to quench their thirst, especially during summer season. “CMRL has planned to install a similar kind of water plant in more Metro Rail Stations in the near future for public free service,” it said.