Access to safe drinking water. There are currently more than 1000 million people in the world that lacks access to an easily accessible and safe water source, such as a connection to water mains or a protected well. Instead, water access is limited or available through unprotected sources.
Access for all to drinking
water and sanitation is necessary for life, and is an essential element for
human dignity. Every human being is entitled to have access to drinking
water. This has been recognised as a �fundamental right� by the
official 2002 interpretation , of International Covenant on Economic, Social
& Cultural Rights ratified by 145 Member States of the United Nations.
Today more than 25% of the world�s population has no access to safe drinking water. Each year, over 8 million people in the world, half of whom are children, die from causes associated with drinking impotable water, such as typhoid, malaria, cholera and chronic diarrhoea. Universal access to drinking water and water treatment services is vital for human life.
Drinking water problem is
divided in two:
Excess water and lack of it.
Excess occurs in areas where access to drinking water is over 80% (areas where infrastructure has been developed ), from this point of view there�s reason to reduce consumption (water is at the discretion of the consumer, without large additional costs).
Water scarcity is felt especially on the African continent, which, paradoxically, has the longest rivers, the Nile River, 6400 km and 4370 km Congo. The problem is that the rivers are swollen only in the rainy season and to store water during drought and dams is needed. Dams can not be built only with enormous costs in certain.
What is the solution to maintain the balance between consumption / need, excess / lack?
We need a solution to provide further comfort to the consumer already used, but to make it aware of the building where work /learning / lives, that produces only water. Works just as a electric building powered by solar panels, the consumer will take care not to exhaust all the energy stored on the same day and will use it more calculated, but not go missing when needed. If the light is lit in the living room and he is in the bedroom, will gets used to torn off the light in the living room. This solution is also ideal for those with limited access to drinking water in remote areas.
In Africa, this system can be ordered in areas of schools, institutions, centers, buildings or areas of wells dry up.
The system can operate even in areas with low humidity (Africa) from 30-40% humidity up. Minimum difference between the temperature and the cooling system must be at least 12 degrees, to the effect of condensation from radiators and cooling environment (can be used even in continental temperate climates). The device consists of solar panel (power generation), inverter (converting electrical energy), compressor (heat pump), radiator valves and accessories: 2 site water collection tray, centralized water pipe.
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