Tuesday, March 23, 2010

World Water Day: Wastewater Causing High Morbidity and Mortality

"World water day" Read more and Messages from Passed World Water Day

"According to the report -- titled "Sick Water?" -- 90 percent of wastewater discharged daily in developing countries is untreated, contributing to the deaths of some the deaths of some 2.2 million people a year from diarrheal diseases caused by unsafe drinking water and poor hygiene. At least 1.8 million children younger than 5 die every year from water-related diseases, the report says." Read More

"Turning Two Millions Tons of Waste - Equal to Over Two Billion Tons of Wastewater - into Economic Resource Could Benefit Human Health, Agriculture and the Environment"Read more and Read more

"The statistics are stark: Globally, two million tons of sewage, industrial and agricultural waste is discharged into the world’s waterways and at least 1.8 million children under five years-old die every year from water related disease, or one every 20 seconds". "Sick Water?" Full Report

LifeEngine Clean Water Project

LifeEngine Clean Water Project
Testing Water Filtration Technology in Bisate Village