Sheetal, one of the leading brands of India in water storage/ chemical tanks, pipes and solid waste management related products is an industry leader and the quality of the products speaks for itself.

"The best quality any time, every time" is the guiding mantra we have been consistently following from day one. Progressively, the reputation of our quality grew and in due course, we had the honour of becoming India's First ISO 9001:2000 Accredited Company in water storage tank industry. Certification from BIS (ISI Mark) reconfirmed our credibility for supplying quality products any time, every time.

Known for quality, durability and innovation, Sheetal has many unique distinctions:

The Sheetal story - making every day better for everyone

It was the year 1989, when a young scion of a business house that had made a name for itself in the sanitary and hardware sector for over six decades, decided to establish the Sheetal brand with Aquaplast Industries Pvt. Ltd.

The first product that Aquaplast launched in the market was a water storage tank which marked the beginning of the meteoric rise of Sheetal water tanks. What followed was a period of furious growth and expansion, with the increasing number of group companies, products portfolio, recognitions and appreciations.

Making its presence felt in various ways

As the Sheetal Group began to spread its wings, the commitment to quality and the efforts to make lives of people more convenient also became stronger. Soon after the BIS certification, Sheetal set up its own quality control department to further ensure that each and every product is delivered beyond the expectations of customers. A whole slew of quality and manufacturing advances including the quality control department went into achieving the standards set for the ISI:12701:96 (as per BIS requirements) certification.

In North India, Sheetal was a clear market leader, and with its continuous growth, it became one of the favourite brand of the country. Sheetal's flagship range of products, the water storage tanks have earned customer's trust with their toughness and hassle free maintenance quality. Sheetal has introduced garbage tricycles, mobile bins, dumper placers, refuse collectors/compactors, metal containers, plastic pipes, traffic barriers/cones and a slew of other products in its commitment to excellence and continuous improvement. Sheetal has also delivered Bio-Medical Waste segregation systems and implemented preparation of Land Fill Sites.

Sheetal's recently introduced range the Sheetal King water tanks are today's one of the most innovative high density, trendy, rough textured polyethylene tanks. These unique tanks have been manufactured with advanced machines and developed through a unique flow differentiation design to achieve even thickness. Innovative and trusted new products like this and many more are in the pipeline, to take forward the legacy of the Sheetal brand and make every day better for the people.

A commitment to quality that has won Government recognition.

Amongst many accolades and recognitions, a few that stands out are - being India's first company to be awarded the ISO 9001:2000 certification in water storage tanks, earning the ISI Mark certification from the Bureau of India Standards and becoming a trusted partner of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi. Another arena where Sheetal has received recognition and adulation is the innovations in their waste disposal and management products range. Sheetal continues in its quest to make every day better and earn the trust and loyalty of its wide customer base across the nation.

The leadership team and every member of the Sheetal Group, however considers the patronage of every Indian as their greatest recognition and that is why, Sheetal has established itself across
the country.

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'Delhi Master Plan should make waste disposal area mandatory in each zone'
The Delhi Master Plan 2021 should make it mandatory for each zone to have a designated area for waste disposal, said Sunita Narain, Director-General of the Centre for Science and Environment on Monday Ms. Narain said: "The new Master Plan needs to have an environment service zone so that no zonal plan can be passed on disposal of liquid or solid waste without its approval."

Expressing concern over city dwellers' reluctance to have waste disposal plants near their houses, she said: "As cities are fast expanding, we would be confronted with a situation where there would be no outskirts where waste material can be dumped. People living in downmarket areas will start complaining about why people living in rich localities cannot take care of their waste material. Why can't we have well managed waste management plants, which can collect, store and dispose waste? In the new Master Plan, all zonal plans need to be revised."

Ms. Narain's comments came during a daylong conference on "Waste to Resource: Addressing Construction and Demolition Waste in Cities" at India Habitat Centre here. Illustrating the advantages of rainwater harvesting , Ms. Narain said the Indore Municipal Corporation charges less property tax from houses which have provision for rainwater harvesting.

"Houses which have rainwater harvesting save the cost for municipalities. Similarly, we need to have a methodology for identifying a green building. The green certificate should be given after people have started residing in these building. The certificate would point how much electricity and water is being used in the building."

Pointing out that natural resources are limited, Environment Pollution (Prevention and Control) Authority chairman Bhure Lal said builders need to realise that land cannot be created and they need to ponder from where they would "procure resources for building residential complexes".

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