Water Filtration Plant: Pakistan
With over 3.4 million people dying from water-related illnesses each year [WHO], unsafe water is the single biggest obstacle to the progression and health of communities in the developing world. In Pakistan, despite big improvements in the provision of safe water and sanitation, an estimated 70% of households still drink contaminated water.
- UF (ultra-filtration) technology is used for the removal of particulates and macromolecules from raw water, to produce potable (drinkable) water.
- The purpose of the filtration plants is to clean the currently unusable water and make it safe to drink. UF technology kills and removes bacteria and viruses from the water and
- These plants will be installed in areas where they are struggling with access to clean water.
- A room will be constructed which will house the plant and its machinery.
- The project includes the digging of a borehole, construction of the room, installation of UF plant and setting up of water collection points.
- There are thousands of people across the country who do not have access to clean water. Stomach ailments are unfortunately common amongst children due to the contaminated water.
- The clean water which is produced will assist in reducing waterborne diseases amongst the children, women and men in that location.
- We have needy locations in Punjab, KPK, Sindh, Balochistan and Kashmir.
- Cost: £7,000