Average number of beneficiaries with access to safe water per village: 1,00,000
Average liters of water purified per day: 2,100,000
Average liters of water purified annually: 766,500,000
Our decentralized WaterHealth Centers allow underserved communities rapid access to safe water at an affordable cost, helping solve the global challenge of waterborne diseases. It can take less than a month to build our modular centers in a community in need. Each site is operated, managed, and maintained by WaterHealth to ensure optimal quality and performance at all times. Our state-of-the-art technology platforms also feature remote sensing and monitoring of WaterHealth Centers to reduce any disruption in providing safe water.
WaterHealth also develops partnerships with health care professionals and respected community service organizations to provide outreach and education programs in the communities where we operate. In this manner, every center has an everyday impact on health and hygiene education.
To learn more about how the technology used by WaterHealth is able to turn dirty, contaminated water into potable water that exceeds World Health Organization’s standards, click here