Nazava focuses on marketing of the best affordable household water treatment options in Indonesai. We import the ceramic Tulip Filter from Basic Water Needs in India. After 7000 liters this filters still has 99.99 percent bacterial removal. The ceramic is mixed with silver and filled with activated carbon. Locally we assemble this filter into 17 different filter housings, addressing different consumer preferences in color, size and type of water filter.
WaterHealth provides a sustainable, decentralized, scalable and sustainable solution that provides clean drinking water to underserved communities around the world.
WaterHealth International aims to provide safe drinking water to 100 Million people in 10 years. The company has developed an innovative, scalable and sustainable business model to increase access to safe drinking water to thousands of underserved communities around the world. WaterHealth is working to bring its innovative approach and solution to help more people to have access to safe, great-tasting and affordable drinking water. Through decentralized and locally constructed and operated water purification centers, and using existing water and human resources, WaterHealth Centers provide a sustainable source of clean water, jobs and hygiene education to the communities in which it operates.
Kerala is a state of south-western India with 38863 Km2 land mass. It has a population of 31.8 million. The population density is 819 persons per Km2 and accordingly the state is thrice as densely populated as the rest of India. Kerala’s temperature averages from a minimum and maximum of 19.80 C and 36.70 C respectively. The state has rainfall averaging to 300 cm
The dependence on wells is higher in rural areas of the state. Ground water is likely to be contaminated by various causes such as unsafe latrines, domestic waste dumps, and proximity of wells to latrines, waste dumps or cattle sheds. Elevation of water table during rainy season further aggravates the chances of well water contamination. The state authorities have certain action programmes in tackling water contamination and water shortage, but are only partially successful. Therefore, it necessitated evaluation and improvements.
Keeping in view the high TDS/Salinity in Churu district the project undertook to install Reverse Osmosis (RO)/UltraViolet (UV) plants based on PepsiCo water business model in five project villages on pilot basis. RO/UV plants of 500 litres per hour capacity have been installed in three villages viz Gulpura, Shyopura and Sutpura by SC.
This community-managed water purification and supply plant has proven a successful way to provide affordable safe water to poor urban communities in two Indian cities, Indore and Jabalpur. It builds on both local women groups’ training in financial management and support from local authorities to deliver an affordable demand-driven water service.
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