Rail Neer
Introduction

To enhance passenger amenities, the IRCTC launched Rail Neer, a branded packaged drinking water for the rail commuters. Rail Neer is processed, purified and bottled at state-of-art plants. Completely automatic plant and no manual handling of product water at any stage. IRCTC stands for quality and has a key role in ensuring service and product of the highest quality for the rail passenger as well as visitor to any railway premises. High quality product can only be ensured when production is in-house under full control and supervision of IRCTC.

Rail Neer Plants
Nangloi (Delhi):

This is the first plant set up by IRCTC in 2003. This is located in West delhi . The purpose was to supply safe drinking water to important Rajdhani and Shatabdi trains originating from New delhi and Nizammudin. Plant is provided with solar evaporation pits. This is to avoid RO reject to surrounding land and hence comply with state Pollution control norms

Nangloi

Establishment May 2003
Project cost Rs. 10 crores
Factory area 7000 sq mtr
Production Capacity 102000 bottles/day
Source of Water Ground Water
Address Northern Railway's Wireless Station Area Opp. Nangloi Bus Depot, Nangoli, Delhi-110041, Tel : 25949772, 74, 75 Fax : 25949773

 
Danapur (Patna):

This is the second plant set up by IRCTC in 2004. This is located near Patna in Bihar . The purpose was to supply safe drinking water to trains and stations in state of Bihar and Howrah and Sealdah stations in West Bengal.

Danapur

Establishment March 2004
Project cost Rs. 10 crores
Factory area 10000 sq mtr
Production Capacity 102000 bottles/day
Source of Water Ground Water
Address Rail Neer Plant, Loco Colony,South of RPF Barracks Khagaul,Danapur, Patna – 801105 ,Ph- 06115-232557, Fax- 06115-232557

 
Palur (Chennai):

This is the latest (third) plant set up by IRCTC in 2010. This is located near Chennai in Tamil Nadu . The purpose is to supply safe drinking water to trains and stations in state of Tamil nadu and Banglore in Karnatka.

 

The plant is being setup on area of 4500 sq mtrs. The building is constructed in such a manner that there is no need of artificial lighting during day time.

 

The waste water discharge from Water treatment plant has been reduced to 10%. This is achieved by incorporating concepts of Secondary RO in the Water treatment scheme.

Palur

Establishment Operational
Project cost Rs. 20 crores (Approx)
Factory area 9000 sq mtr
Production Capacity 180000 bottles/day
Source of Water Ground Water
Address Rail Neer Plant, Palur Railway Station, Chengalpattu – Kanchipuram Main Road, Palur Village, Chengalpattu Taluk, Kanchipuram District, Pin - 603 101, Ph-044-28363725