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Safe Water for Small Communities

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Created on 05 August 2010
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See how small communities are being served with safe water in a sustainable, long-term solution. Water is a basic human right, nearly 1 billion people do not enjoy. Small communities worldwide don't have access to improved water sources, relying on unsafe surface sources such as ponds, streams, and shallow wells for their water needs. Today, EPA compact water treatment plants are serving the needs of water supply for more than 100,000 people. People served by EPAs noticed a positive change in their lives, as they now have easy, low cost access to safe water. They no longer have to walk long distances to fetch polluted water nor suffer from diseases that were previously caused by drinking polluted water.

More info: www.ibc.com.uy
Produced by: IBC
Language: English



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