Disadvantages of Desalination

Five Disadvantages of Desalination

We all agree that Desalination has been a life-saver, especially in areas without safe water. These salty waters are made fit for consumption through reverse osmosis or thermal desalination. However, there’s a dark side to this process. Here are five disadvantages of desalination that you probably never knew. 1. Health Hazards You must have heard […]

A New Life with Safer Water and a Cleaner Home

Andrea is a single mother of two young children at her home. She works as a day laborer in her hometown of Santa Catarina. She is able to provide for her family’s basic necessities, such as food and shelter. Still, she failed to save enough money to enhance the hygienic conditions of her household. Over […]

The Real Problem with Poor Quality Water

According to the World Health Organization, 1.7 million people worldwide die prematurely every year due to a lack of access to clean drinking water. There have been many reports of dangerous organisms, bacteria, and pollutants being found in the water supplies of impoverished nations because their governments lack the resources to implement thorough water sanitation […]

What You Need to Know about Africa’s Water Scarcity

Clean and safe potable water is scarce. At the moment, over 1 billion individuals in developing countries do not have access to this technology. Despite this, we take water for granted, squander it, and pay way too much for such little convenience. Water is the building block of all life. And even today, all across […]

Celebrities Speak: Women as Solution to Water and Sanitation Crisis

Once you understand why we believe that water and sanitary developments are worthy investments, you will understand how critical they are to the people who rely on them. These are the kinds of investments that have impressive effects that go beyond a purely financial benefit. However, economics is a fascinating subject in and of itself, […]

Safe Water for All, One Home at a Time

According to the United Nations Development Program, Kenya has a population of 50 million people, with 41 percent of them still reliant on unimproved water sources. This is a significant issue for Kenyan families living in poor urban areas and rural areas with inadequate access to water. Approximately one hour west of Nairobi, Janice lives […]