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Greenco Water Tanks

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Greenco Flat-Pak Tanks

Australian designed and owned

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  • 1,000L flat-pack water tank (in a box)
  • Transportable
  • Anyone can set it up, anywhere
  • Easy to assemble
  • Collect water in 10 minutes (or less)
  • Food-safe and certified; store consumables such as honey, wine and powders
  • Link up for multiple storage capacity 10,000L+
  • No special tools or technical knowledge required
  • 10-year warranty
  • 100% recyclable

Sawyer Water Filters

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The Sawyer filter is a low cost all-in-one water filter ideal for providing emergency drinking water.

The “build your own gravity system” can yield up to 540 gallons of clean water per day from any fresh water source and removes 99.99999% of all bacteria, such as salmonella, cholera and E.coli; removes 99.9999% of all protozoa, such as giardia and cryptosporidium

LifeBox

LifeBox was founded in 2005 as a way of modernising an existing Rotary Club project called Emergency Box Trust that had been in operation for over 30 years. The host club of Denton & Audenshaw in Manchester UK felt that the scheme at that time was not meeting the demands of disaster aid and with the ideal of ‘’helping families in the aftermath of disaster’’ developed the LifeBox idea which involved a name change and the development of a box which enables a family of 4 to start again after disaster.

The LifeBox team is run by the Denton & Audenshaw Rotary Club and with the help of volunteers and other Rotary clubs, we collect donations, give talks on the work of Disaster Aid International and fill LifeBoxes in our warehouse in Rochdale. The LifeBoxes are held in the warehouse until a need is identified and the boxes are then despatched to the disaster area. In the last few years we have despatched LifeBoxes to China, Pakistan, Grenada, Georgia, Haiti and South Sudan.

Our links to Disaster Aid International signal new horizons for us and we are proud to be partners with Disaster Aid Australia and Disaster Aid USA in the work of international disaster aid as Disaster Aid UK & Ireland.

SkyHydrant™ Sustainable Drinking Water Solutions

 

   

Disaster Aid Australia is working with the SkyJuice Foundation to bring safe, clean, drinking water to villages in India, Malaysia and the Philippines.

  • The SkyHydrant water purification unit produces safe drinking water without the need for power or chemicals
  • The SkyHydrant is a low cost, lightweight (16 kg) portable and easy to deploy in the field
  • The UF membrane is robust, cleanable and has a service life of 10 years
  • Operating functions are simple and manual, with virtually no consumables
  • Safe water for less than $1 per person per year
  • Designed to produce water for 500-1000 people as stand alone unit, or can be configured for larger capacity.
  • A single unit can produce up to 1000 litres per hour.
  • Clean drinking water can be produced from the majority of non-saline surface and ground water.

 

How Does The SkyHydrant Work?

The ultrafiltration (UF) membrane, consisting of thousands of microporous hollow fibres, removes harmful bacteria, micro-organisms, dirt and other contaminating particles.
No chemicals, coagulants, pumps or energy are required for the filtration process - the system operates under gravity with a minimum head pressure of 1 metre.
Cleaning process is simple and manual. Drain down concentrate is completely organic.

Who Is SkyJuice?

The SkyJuice Foundation is a not for profit organisation incorporated in Australia. The Foundation’s charter is to provide low cost, sustainable water treatment solutions for humanitarian programs and for emergency and disaster relief efforts.

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