Solar Panels Turning Dirty Water Clean in Angola

Solar Panels Turning Dirty Water Clean in Angola

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PUR water packetA brightly painted old shipping container with solar panels on its roof and high-specification filtration devices inside looks out of place in the dusty Angolan village.

But it will soon be providing nearly 20,000 liters a day of clean, drinkable water to the area’s 500 residents who currently rely on the dirty nearby river.

The stainless steel drinking station is being globally piloted in this Southern African nation with a view, if successful, toward manufacturing the systems locally to roll out across the region.

(READ the story from IPS News

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