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Water plastic Bottle filter REUSABLE

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Use at home & Outdoor:
 -Can replace plastic water bottles
-The bottle is 2 times less space and provides a higher volume of water filtered carafe
-Can be stored horizontally in the fridge ( for small fridge)
-Logistics and storage cost 2 times less compare to carafe

and especially: Filtration demand for better protection against microbes

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Use a collaborative interactive map to mobilize the public to map pollution and protect water

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Based on the experiences of Green Map System and China Water Pollution Map, Green Zhejiang started a collaborative interactive map development especially for the Qiantang River based on a well-known crisis platform – Ushahidi. This map provides an exchange platform for water pollution information to the general public. It could clearly show the locations of the pollutions. Users could easily use the platform online or on their cell phones to interactively obtain water pollution information and report new pollutions instantly by the online map or its iPhone or Android applications. The information includes violations, water quality monitoring results and industrial pollution sources.

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Prevention of Ground and Surface water pollution due to open landfilling practice.

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Natural Regeneration is a low-cost, people and environment-friendly model which can be replicated  in any village with the participation of the village communities. Where ever the natural regeneration model is to be promoted the culture of conservation systems would have to be established in course of time.

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Based-Collaboration and Common Monitoring Networks of Pollution for Aras Transboundary River Basin

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The project of “Reducing Trans-boundary Degradation of the Kura-Aras River” was conducted in the period of 2004-2007. This project supported by GEF, UNDP and SIDA aimed to make cooperation among Iran, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia and Turkey (as an observer) to monitor the water quality in the Aras and Kura basin. Read the rest of this entry →

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