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|Posted on January 6, 2014 at 8:15 PM|
Carrying water is hard work and millions of women and children do this every day in the world.
washbays.com works hard to help people change the way they use and reuse water in industrial areas. More and more, people are wanting to make sure they don't pollute their local environment and are putting in washbays to ensure all contaminated water is contained and treated. Sometimes they don't even need to reuse the water as they receive so much rain which they harvest and store in tanks, but they want to stop the run off from their properties entering the local creeks and rivers and eventually the ocean. While advanced countries are leading the way in changing how we use water in industries, poorer countries still struggle with even having clean drinking water. Many of us buy water from the moment we step off the plane in countries not far from Australia and we are cautioned to check that the bottle hasn't been tampered with and we are not buying dodgy, recycled contaminated water recyled as drinking water.
That is a luxury most poor people in the world don't ever have to consider and now there are efforts from all directions to try to help them with this critical life supporting substance. I'd like to share a recent invention that I've just heard about via social media. It is about the development of a water wheel. See for yourself on youtube here at
This project, to give women in poor countries the water wheel, has to be one of the most worthwhile water projects to date. We see millions of refugees and poor people every day in places like rural Rajistan stuggle with collecting this vital commodity - water.
I have travelled in Rajistan recently and came face to face with the poverty that exists. Most women are illiterate as their access to education is limited financially and culturally. If saving time collecting water by using a water wheel enables them to have more time to learn, it is going to be life changing for them. I hope this project gets the support it needs.
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