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AguaClara 2

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AguaClara 2

Basic Data

Category: Drinking water treatment

URL (first publication): https://www.aguaclarareach.org/

Keywords: Drink water preparation plant, Drink water treatment plant,

License: Unlicense

Project status: Active


Technical documentation

Maturity of the project: production / DIY


Assembly instructions are published: No

Bill of materials is published: Yes

Contributing guide is published: No

Mechanical hardware

Contains original mechanical hardware: No

License for mechanical hardware: Unlicense

Electronic hardware

Contains original electronic hardware: No







no

yes yes



Other

Contains original software: No



Bill of materials is editable: No

Design files are in original format: No

Free redistribution is allowed licence: Yes


Project management


Open-o-meter: 4

Product category: Hardware


Description

AguaClara Reach transforms lives by enabling communities across the globe to have clean water on tap for life. We train partner organizations to design and deploy non-electric municipal-scale water treatment systems - life-giving technologies that are affordable, disaster-resilient, and can be operated independently by under-served towns and villages. Beginning in 2005, the technologies were developed at Cornell University in collaboration with water and sanitation experts working on the ground, and they undergo ongoing improvement based on new research and lessons learned in the field.


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