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A two-chamber point-of-use (POU) water filtration device the uses a proprietary blend of porous ceramic particles and a mixture of biocide materials to filter and deactivate microogranisms that cause diarrhea, cholera and other life-threatening illnesses

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ProCleanse is a subsidiary of a technology-driven company that has been an industry leader for more than 40 years in the business of soil modification, erosion & sediment control and water management.  The ProCleanse water filtration process is a revolutionary, patent-pending technology and the first to combine the proven technologies of granular media filtration and biocidal ion exchange into a single filtration/deactivation process. 

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Dispensers for Safe Water

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The Chlorine Dispenser System is comprised of three key components: 1) Dispenser hardware installed next to communal water sources; 2) Community education, including a local promoter to encourage dispenser use; 3) A bulk supply of chlorine consistently and sustainably delivered.

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Water Caravan: Safe Water Campaign

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Government of Nepal and various non-governmental institutions have been trying to prevent from waterborne epidemics. Guthi carried out Water Caravan; Safe Water Campaign in the communities of the Kathmandu Valley and disseminated the Point of Use drinking water in the communities.

 Guthi organized a public awareness event on Safe Drinking Water through Youth mobilization in the Kathmandu Valley. Guthi exhibited household level water treatment technologies; Chlorination (Piyush and Water guard), SODIS (solar disinfection) Bio- sand Filter and Colloidal Silver Filter; stalls for disseminate the PoU drinking water in the community public places and school premises.

 

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Solar water desalination for renewing access to saline boreholes in rural impoverished coastal communities.

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