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Anand Mahindra Tweets Revolutionary Water-Saving Idea

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The Mahindra Group chairman, Anand Mahindra, started a social media discussion about water conservation by posting a video that shows off a clever method for reusing air conditioner water.

Mr. Mahindra, who is well-known for having an active social media presence, emphasized how crucial it is that this strategy be widely used throughout India.

“This needs to become standard equipment throughout India wherever people use A/Cs. Water is wealth. It needs to be stored safely. Spread the word,” he wrote in his post on X.

In the video, a woman demonstrates a creative way to save and reuse the water her air conditioner produces. She installs a tap at the end of a pipe that she connects to the air conditioner so she can use the collected water for various household chores like cleaning, gardening, and flushing. The person in the video emphasizes how important it is to conserve water and exhorts viewers to adopt similar strategies.

Since it was posted on March 16, the video has received a lot of attention online, with over 20,000 likes and over 9 lakh views. Numerous social media users conveyed their gratitude for the method.

“Absolutely! Water conservation is crucial everywhere. Let’s keep spreading awareness for a better future,” a social media user commented.

“Water discharged from air conditioners is not safe to drink, but it can be used for gardening and cleaning purposes. There is no dearth of creativity,” another added.

Another echoed the sentiment, highlighting the ingenuity of the idea: “I have always thought that such a massive amount of water is getting wasted from AC, and it must be used for some purpose. It’s really impressive that someone executed this idea. With small execution, a lot can happen.”

The post also sparked discussions about implementing this technique on a larger scale.

“This is indeed a needed equipment for all households. Nowadays, many societies have pipes in each flat, which connect to a tank. The drained water is stored & used to water plants, wash cars, etc. This should be implemented as compulsory for all!” suggested one user.

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