Addressing the Problem
– Reversing the Cycle

Bringing safe, clean drinking water close to people’s homes and to victims of disaster — in short, to anywhere it is needed around the world — is the key to reversing the endless cycle of misery that affects so many people. Making clean water accessible is the key to transforming communities and preventing large-scale catastrophes.

The mobile purification units World Solutions provides to those in need have been designed for both immediate use and ongoing service. Simple to operate and very reliable, they require little maintenance. Yet they can provide a continuous supply of safe drinking water within minutes of arrival. Their versatile, self-sustaining design functions reliably and repeatedly in the most difficult water conditions in both remote and urban locations. These innovative and highly effective mobile purification systems can be moved among multiple sites to provide drinking water to several areas.

World Water Headlines

Beijing’s Water Demand Outpaces Supply Despite Conservation, Recycling, and Imports

Beijing’s Water Demand Outpaces Supply Despite Conservation, Recycling, and Imports

“Beijing is at the bull’s-eye of a potentially ruinous collision between accelerating growth and scarce freshwater reserves…”

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Radiation Reaches Tokyo’s Tap Water

Radiation Reaches Tokyo’s Tap Water

“As the death toll in the aftermath of Japan’s devastating tsunami reaches highs of more than 18,000, further fears are growing for survivors as radiation from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plants are thought to have contaminated food rations and tap water, sparking cancer fears among an already anxious community.”

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Donation to provide clean, safe water in Haiti

A special presentation and donation was given during the Rotary District 6960 meeting Friday morning that will benefit children in Haiti by preventing the spread of cholera.

Water One, a family owned and operated business, designed and manufactured a solar powered, mobile water purification wagon that will instantly purify water by eliminating 99.99 percent of bacteria and viruses.

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Global Handwashing Day—October 15th

Global Handwashing Day—October 15th

“Handwashing with soap is the most effective and inexpensive way to prevent diarrheal and acute respiratory infections, which take the lives of millions of children in developing countries every year.”

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A 1-Mile Trip To Collect Drinking Water?
Yes, This is America

A 1-Mile Trip To Collect Drinking Water? Yes, This is America

“The stereotypical image of a woman balancing a water jug on her head is not unique to the developing world. There are people living in the U.S. who must do the same thing every day.”

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