Chamoli District

Dear Sir,

My village is situated in Uttarakhand in the Himalayan region on a hill in Chamoli district . I want to setup a bottled drinking water plant. It will be give employment to local people and everyone knows that all water comes from the Himalaya. Many young boys in our area are unemployed and have no way to earn money to make their life happy.

The TDS of drinking water in my village is 25 ppm. Can i setup bottling plant on it? If yes, what is procedure to setup botting plant ? Does our government provide us with any help in this?

Please guide me

Thanks

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