Purified Water popularly called Pure Water is a very lucrative and profitable business in Nigeria due to the fact that man cannot do without clean water.
According to statistics in 2012, Nigeria was generating N7 billion daily from pure water.
Presently, the figure has tripled and tripled beyond imagination as the common commodity (Pure Water) is sought at home, offices, markets and in the streets.
For those who wish to invest in the business, the machine price in Nigeria goes between N400,000 – N1,500,000 depending on the specifications and brand.
Pure Water Machine Price in Lagos
In Lagos, the price of Pure Water Machine goes between N400,000 to N1,150,000 depending on the make, specification, and brand.
How to Start Pure Water Business in Nigeria
If you are willing to go into pure water business in Nigeria here are list of basic steps you need to know.
- Having a Business Plan
- Registering your business with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), and NAFDAC.
- Location (Factory Site).
- Sink a borehole and install Tanks overheard.
- Install Distillation system for water purification
- Get a sealing Machine
- Get Electricity
- Recruit staff
- Acquire a truck for distribution.
How Much is Pure Water Machine in Nigeria
Pure water machines in Nigeria vary in price depending on the specifications and make, but generally, it goes between N400,000 – N1,500,000.
Koyo Sachet Water Machine price in Nigeria
The price of Koyo Sachet Water Machine price in Nigeria is between 612,000 – 12000
Price of Sachet Water in Nigeria
The following are price tags for Pure Water Bag and Sachet in Nigeria by state.
- In Abia State, a bag of Pure Water goes for N120, N10 per sachet.
- In Adamawa, it is N70 a bag/ N5 a sachet.
- In Akwa Ibom, a bag goes for N120 a bag / N10 a sachet
- In Anambra, it goes for N120 a bag / N10 a sachet.
- In Bauchi, it goes for N70 a bag / N5 a sachet.
- In Bayelsa, it goes for N150 a bag / N20 a sachet.
- In Benue, it is N100 a bag/ N10 a sachet.
- In Borno, it is N80 a bag /N10 a sachet.
- In Cross River, it goes for N120 a bag / N10 a sachet.
- In Delta, it goes for N100 a bag/ N10 a sachet.
- In Ebonyi, it goes for N100 a bag / N10 a sachet.
- In Edo, it goes for N120 a bag/ N10 a sachet.
- In Enugu, it goes for N100 a bag/ N10 a sachet.
- In FCT, Abuja it goes for N120 a bag/ N10 a sachet.
- In Gombe, it goes for N70 a bag/ N5 a sachet.
- In Imo, it goes for N150 a bag / N15 a sachet.
- In Jigawa, it goes for N70 a bag/ N5 a sachet.
- In Kaduna, it goes for N70 a bag / N5 a sachet.
- In Kano, it goes for N70 a bag / N5 a sachet.
- In Katsina, it goes for N70 a bag / N5 a sachet.
- In Kebbi, it goes for N70 a bag / N5 a sachet.
- In Kwara, it goes for N100 a bag / N10 a sachet.
- In Lagos, it goes for N120 a bag/ N10 a sachet.
- In Niger, it goes for N80 a bag/ N5 a sachet.
- In Ogun, it goes for N100 a bag / N10 sachet.
- In Osun, it goes for N100 a bag/ N10 a sachet.
- In Oyo, it goes for N100 a bag/N10 a sachet.
- In Plateau, it goes for N100 a bag/ N10 a sachet.
- In Rivers, it goes for N120 a bag/ N10 a sachet.
- In Sokoto, it goes for N70 a bag/ N5 a sachet.
- In Taraba, it goes for N70 a bag/ N5 a sachet.
- In Yobe, it goes for N100 a bag/ N10 a sachet.
- Finally, in Zamfara, it goes for N70 a bag/ N5 a sachet.
NAFDAC Requirements for Pure Water Production
NAFDAC requirements for pure water production for corporate organizations and individuals who wish to engage in the production of packaged potable water for public consumption are:
- Building Location
According to NAFDAC, the factory must not be sited (located) near a cemetery, abattoir, quarry, sewage treatment plant, sawmill, oil depot (Petroleum and Vegetable) or any such establishment that could be a source of contamination for processing, production, and packaging of potable water.
- Production Room
The following must be met in the production room.
- The floor should be covered with easy to clean durable materials.
- The drainage system should be adequate to prevent flooding.
- Walls should be made of easily cleaned and disinfected non-shedding durable material and should have a smooth surface.
- Windows should be screened with insect-proof nets and be constructed in such a way as not to trap dust.
- An air conditioner should be provided.
- Source of Water
NAFDAC specified that the source of water could either be from a borehole of minimum depths of 100ft or 150ft depending on the topography of the location or water board.
- Tanks and Reservoir
All your tanks should be made of PVC or stainless steel. Underground reservoir (where available) should be made of concrete and fully tiled.
All pipes should be made of stainless steel or PVC. The use of galvanized iron pipes is not allowed.
Taps should be made of stainless steel or PVC mounted on a stainless steel sink.
The building used in the manufacture, processing, and packaging of potable water should be maintained in a hygienic condition.
- Water Treatment
According to NAFDAC, UV sterilizer, Microfilters, treated tanks made of PVC or Stainless Steel should be used. Etc.
- Application for Inspection
After fulfilling the above requirements, the next step is an application for inspection which you will draft as a letter and sent to NAFDAC.
- Payment of Fees for Inspection
To obtain your NAFDAC number after your application for inspection, and inspection, there are some specified amount you are expected to pay depending on your production capacity
Note: All payments attract a 5% VAT charge.
Laboratory analysis for the purpose of renewal is 50% of the original tariff.
Water Sealing Machine
Most Water Sealing Machines are made up of stainless steel. The machine is automatically controlled by photocells and microprocessors. It can fill, cut the nylon, count the sealed quantity, with the ability to print the product name.
This includes ultraviolet sterilization and Bag–forming, dosing sealing and date printing, all accomplished and controlled automatically.