The Government of The Gambia has asked HVR for a plan to supply the whole country with locally produced drinking water. This case is now being planned and will be implemented by HVR in 2021/2022.
At the request from a mayor in Bangladesh, KTH is making a plan for a city to complement a planned piped water installation with locally produced drinking water. The plan will be implemented by HVR in 2021/2022.
At the request from a power plant operator in Indonesia, the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden (KTH) has made a feasibility study for producing local drinking water for a major megacity. The study was positive and will be implemented by HVR in 2021/2022.
In a school in India, two hundred children drank water contaminated with fluoride. HVR installed a drinking water facility powered by solar energy that makes about two litres of water per day for each child.
Clean water and sanitation is UN´s goal number 6, to ensure access to water and sanitation for all. Due to bad economics and poor infrastructure, millions of people including children die every year from diseases associated with inadequate water supply, sanitation and bad hygiene. 2,2 billion people around the world haven´t got clean and healthy water today. Access to clean and healthy water is the foundation of a better quality of life for the majority of the population in the world. By using HVR´s technology, all that can be changed to the better!
HVR is all about 8 important factors that together will reach the 6 th goal of UN to secure access water and sanitation for all:
SUSTAINABLE production of water
LOCALLY produced water
HVR have all the plans for it! HVR has already begun making a difference in the 4 cases listed above.