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  • Information Technology Services
  • Eco-Sustainability Services
  • Technology Infrastructure Services
  • Business Process Services
  • Engineering & Industrial Services
  • Outsourcing Services
  • Agricultural Services
  • Environmental Services

Information Technology Services


Water Industry has $20 billion market potential. As demand for unpolluted drinking water rises, information technology can play an integral part in managing resources and offers huge potential for Water Industry. Because of a lack of awareness about what IT can do, the water industry is not leveraging it to its full potential.


The economic survival of regions struggling with water management depends on utilizing the expertise of app developers and systems administrators in mapping, modeling and management of water. The use of IT hardware, software, telecom, networking and services for water control could become a $20-billion market.


AquaLife’s portfolio of smart water technologies uses advanced analytics as well as the company's information management, technology services and business consulting capabilities for water management. The world will avert crisis by cultivating water as a durable asset rather than throwing it away as a consumable, creating growth opportunities in everything from oxidizing new contaminants to rehabilitating creaking infrastructure

Eco-Sustainability Services


  • Solar Panels
    • Inverters
    • Roof Top Water Heaters
  • Automatic Water Level Controller (AWLC)
  • Commercial Water Treatment Plants (CWTP)

Technology Infrastructure Services


FACILITY MANAGEMENT SERVICES


  • WTP/ STP Services
    • Annual Maintenance Contract (AMC)
    • Operation and Maintenance (O&M)
    • Water Treatment Chemicals and Resins
  • Swimming Pools
    • TCCA for Swimming Pools
    • AMC/O&M of Pools
  • Consultancy For Terrace Garden and Organic Manures

Business Process Services


AquaLife™ provides you a complete range of equipment’s for starting up a Mineral water bottling plant with minimum timeline for supply.


Mineral Water Plants (Bottled water plant) - Mineral water plant we supply consists of:


  • Pressure sand Filters
  • Activated carbon Filters
  • RO SKID (SS) with Micron Cartridge Filter & HPP
  • Dosing Pumps for Anti scaling, pH correction,
  • Ozonation and Disinfection
  • SS Storage Tanks
  • Piping for Automatic Bottling plant,
  • Supply of Physical and Bio chemical Lab Instrument etc.

Our Value Added service includes:


  • ISI Certification, Guidelines and procedures.
  • Branding and Trademark Registration
  • Automated Bottling plant Supply and Installation
  • Automation and RO Remote Monitoring Service
  • Providing AMC service for Break free Operations
  • Supply of Spares and Consumables

Engineering & Industrial Services


Institutional Services


  • Residential Green field Projects
  • Government Buildings
  • Apartments
  • IT Parks/SEZ
  • Hotels
  • Individual Institutions/Houses
  • Schools/Colleges
  • Amusement Parks/Water World Theme park
  • Hospitals

Outsourcing Services


AquaLife’s - Soil and Water Lab Testing Services


Soil testing is often performed by commercial labs that offer a variety of tests, targeting groups of compounds and minerals. The advantages associated with the local lab are that they are familiar with the chemistry of the soil in the area where the sample was taken. This enables technicians to recommend the tests that are most likely to reveal useful information.


With all the available data about the soil conditions and water characteristics we could design and install effective treatment solutions in the preliminary stages itself for the efficient and effective long life irrigation products.


Laboratory tests often check for plant nutrients in three categories:


  • Major nutrients: nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K)
  • Secondary nutrients: sulfur, calcium, magnesium
  • Minor nutrients: iron, manganese, copper, zinc, boron, molybdenum, chlorine

Laboratory tests are more accurate than tests with do-it-yourself kits and electrical meters. Soil testing is used to facilitate fertilizer composition and dosage selection for land employed in both agricultural and horticultural industries.


AquaLife’s Lab tests are more accurate, though both types are useful. In addition, lab tests frequently include professional interpretation of results and recommendations. Always refer to all proviso statements included in a lab report as they may outline any anomalies, exceptions, and shortcomings in the sampling and/or analytical process/results.


AquaLife lab analyze for all 13 mineral nutrients and a dozen non-essential nutrients which will provide complete data on the farming practices to be carried out in different areas and with recommendation on manure and pesticide uses.

Agricultural Services


AquaLife’s Integrated Farming (or integrated agriculture) is a commonly and broadly used word to explain a more integrated approach to farming as compared to existing monoculture approaches. It refers to agricultural systems that integrate livestock and crop production.As the world continues to grow, commercial agriculture consumes more and more water. And, as this water is consumed, both wastewater streams and regulatory requirements increase. Effective wastewater management has become one of the challenges of running a successful agriculture business.


The largest use of fresh water in the world is for irrigation purposes. A large amount of this water is obtained from groundwater, which only has a limited supply. Each year, aquifers are exhausted of water or contaminated, making sources of fresh water for irrigation increasingly scarce. Farms around the world have started to utilize alternative methods for water conservation and protection of this precious natural resource.


Irrigation Membranes & Ultrafiltration


The water purification requirements for irrigation purposes are much more lax than for drinking water (because of the natural filtration mechanisms in fruits and vegetables as plants). This gives irrigation a larger pool of resources to draw from than our precious groundwater sources. A rapidly growing practice is the re-use of grey water and treated sewage effluent (TSE) for use in irrigation. This waste water, after going through a Membrane Bio Reactor and Ultrafiltration, may not be suitable for drinking water, but is perfect for use in farming and irrigation. There are even farms that rely solely on TSE for their water, taking no water from underground aquifers.


Irrigation Solutions


AquaLife’s advantage of providing turnkey solutions for your field. From pumping systems to soil moisture sensors, advanced controls to GPS positioning, there’s a product for every grower and every field. With so many choices and options, AquaLife is able to look into minor problems that an Indian Farmer faces and integrates the innovative Technologies in every point of Agribusiness.


Plan to Profit


Aqualife have in-depth knowledge on the wise use of available water for raising crops with minimum water requirement and in consulting with agricultural scientist and take the latest innovations to the farmers .


From our knowledge base and available statics collected from various research agencies we could provide you with all available crop rotation cycles, manure usage, controlled use of herbicides, organic manures and pesticides, holistic and integrated way.


The value of Aqualife's products and services in one simple yet powerful turnkey package for large-scale agribusiness services is all in one stop solution provider. From pumping systems to sensors, advanced controls to GPS positioning, there's a product for every grower and every field.


How Plan to Profit works


From feasibility studies and engineering design to installation and testing, seamlessly integrates all of these elements into a customized turnkey solution to save valuable resources and maximize your profits.


When you need a comprehensive irrigation approach for your operation, Aqualife Technologies can create custom turnkey system from a single source. The Plan to Profit Portfolio helps agribusiness entities worldwide achieve their vision for higher value crops, lower risk, better yields and more efficient use of resources. This versatile method allows you to use any or all of these products and services to form the right system for your needs.


  • Plan & Design
  • Remote Control
  • Custom Pumping Solutions.
  • Drip and Sprinkler Irrigation.
  • Fertigation

Environmental Services


Environmental Consultancy Services (ECS)


We will be able to provide you a Feasibility Report/Detailed Project Report on how you can utilize the available water based on the needs. It covers broadly, background of the project under consideration, available sources of water, alternative sources available if any, cost involved in acquiring that water, seasonal conditions impact on available water, proposed bore well cost, conditions of water available from the bore well, treatment scheme required, cost involved for the treatment process, cost incurred for the operation of the plant, distribution pipes required, storage facilities , land acquisition, electricity connections, Government cost payable if any based on per m3 basis, waste water discharge norms and cost involved, limiting parameters imposed, proposing viable alternative etc.


Water Efficiency Management Plan (WEMP)


Methodologically understand the breakdown of water usage in their premises and develop a Water Balance Chart (WBC) to identify areas to further reduce consumption and raise efficiency and establish an action plan which identifies measures in water savings, priorities and implementation timelines.


  • Environmental/Social Impact Assessment and Permitting
  • EHS Management Consulting and Compliance
  • Management Information Systems — EHS, Sustainability, Quality
  • Air Quality Consulting and Engineering
  • Water, Waste and Natural Resources Management
  • Engineering, Procurement, Construction/Management (EPC, EPCM)
  • Climate Adaptation and Sustainability
  • Remediation, Restoration and Redevelopment of Lakes