Container Filter (Water Filtration System)
The World Health Organization recommends drinking five liters of water per day. The average person consumes 2,000-5,000 liters of virtual water embedded in food. Even the food we eat needs water to grow.
100g of beef steak
100g of vegetables
1 slice of bread
Water rationing, restrictions and daily hikes to collect water are a day-to-day reality for those who are not fortunate enough to have a steady source of drinking water. Thus more and more organizations are placing local water filtration systems in rural areas as a service to these residents. With a filtration system residents will have constant access to a steady source of water, allowing them to live healthier, more fulfilling lives. Time that would be spent collecting water can instead be used to go to school.
Cashido Corporation offers the Container Filter, a self-sufficient off-grid solution for water purification in rural areas. The Container Filter can be placed near any water source to provide an uninterrupted flow of water 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Input water passes through the Container Filter’s multiple filtration systems, is sanitized with ozone and exits through a standard water faucet. The Container Filter is 100% powered with solar panels and a rechargeable battery. Customers simply bring a bucket and fill up!
No more long marches to collect water, less worry about water shortages, put an end to water rationing. Residents will be free to live better, more enriching lives.
- Independent solar powered system with battery.
- Multiple filtration – sand, active carbon, water softening, PP filter, 0.1 micron filter.
- Self-cleaning filters with timer settings.
- Ozone sanitization.
- Water output faucets.
- Installs in a 20 foot shipping container, local assembly required.
- Capacity – minimum of 9,500L of water per day
- Self-sufficient off-grid source of water.
- Water available 24 hours a day.
- Easy to use and maintain.
- Produces enough water for 1,900 people or 475 families.
- Reduces over 19,000 plastic bottles daily, equal to 1,205 kg of CO2 emissions. That’s like planting 67 trees or driving 4,818 km in a car!
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