From Chile to the world: clean water for the poor

24 January, 2018

In 2012, Reuters.com published the first steps of the Plasma Water Sanitation System prototype, installed in the San José de Cerrillos Settlement, in Chile. This technology was conceived to connect advanced science and innovation with social issues. Rosita Reyes, community leader, talks about the immediate impact on her and her neighbors’ quality of life.

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Access to potable water is one of the most complex humanitarian problems; the lack of it has direct impact in the multiplication of poverty in the world. The basic consumption of clean water and hygiene are fundamental for the health of children, families and communities, preventing the spread of diseases and generating favorable conditions for human development. (WHO/UNICEF, 2017).

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