Solutions to providing clean water for humanity are has many as the challenges leading to clean water inadequacies. Irrespective of how a single solution may appear effective, a combination of other approaches to it would go a long way in providing a more functional and cost effective solution in the overall. Essentially, solving the problem of inadequacies of clean water consumption has to be viewed from the following ...more »
AWG - Atmospheric Water generators generates water from atmospheric water. These machines can generate up to 45000 litres of water per day (Mostly at coastal regions), pending Relative Humidity (RH) and Temperature. Jhb Temperature and RH water generation will be in the vicinity of 20000lt per day per machine. Some of them can also vaporize waste water and recapture the steam for the cleanest drinking water. These machines ...more »
community will partner with stakeholders such as local authorities, non governmental organisations (developers) in service provision through construction of water points/infrastructure, maintainance and safeguard of water sources etc.
This is a sector open to all investors. Investors can build small scale water production companies in main communities which will provide pure drinkable sachet water for the village and other villages around. These production plants are low cost and therefore the retail price of the sachet water would be cheap making it very affordable even for the rural areas. Investors can be encouraged to setup these plants by offering ...more »
The water that people are using in order to clean their clothes and dishes can easily be used in order to clean their toilets.
My idea is that in new houses for example to have a pype that connect their toilets with their basin and clothing washing machines or even their bath (those use a lot of water but it can be used to clean toilets easily). It can also be applied in already builded houses!
I am not a water scientist, but am interested in learning whether anyone has experimented with a low cost ozonator and/or ionizer for Africa as means of water purification at a relatively low cost and without expensive infrastructure? Think of this as the “cooking stove” of water purification. What can be designed for a household or extended family use scale? Here is what I found on Wikipedia and other online sources ...more »
The decision problems regarding water resources - such as water use allocation – are complex and difficult. This is due to the diverse set of stakeholders pursuing multiple and conflicting objectives, and the constraints regarding public health, environment and socio-economic objectives. So, there is a need for a proper water allocation system that will consider water as an environmental as well as a social and economic ...more »
This a simple but complex App installed in any smart phone or ordinary phone for the monitoring of crimes especially by the police. How will it work? using a smart phone u just need to open click on the alert icon and using the GPS/MAPS sys it will send an alert to the police central monitoring unit informing them of where exactly the riot is taking place. you need data for this app to wark. for the ordinarry phones you ...more »
Bicycles in all their glorious versatility and simplicity have got to be one of our favorite devices, and we were pleased to find not just one, but two bicycle-powered water filters. Nippon Basic Co. invented Cyclo Clean, a bicycle rigged with a pump to draw water from a river or well and a robust, three-filter system to purify the water. The filters are designed to last without replacement for two years, and the tires ...more »
Nyamira County has plenty of water resources which mainly mismanaged and misused. There is the Eaka river for instance which has abundant of water for distribution within Nyamira County and it is enough water for all. Plenty of the areas nearby miss clean water. My idea is to get funds for the repair of all broken pipes so that water still can be running as it used to around 20 years ago. Now folks are being subjected ...more »
The plastic bottle makes yet another appearance as a water treatment device, this time as a simple filter that can remove sediment and even disease-causing microbes. Simply cut the bottom from the bottle, fill it with layers of gravel, sand cloth and charcoal, filter the water through it and hope for the best.
This concept details my innovative idea which is designed to help rural farmers to adapt to the adverse impacts of climate change by conserving blue (fresh) and green(soil moisture) water in the same breath. 1. Introduction: There is now consensus among climate change scholars, scientists and writers that the adverse impacts of climate change are disproportionately and increasingly affecting poor people in developing ...more »