Irrespective of the scenario – whether earthquake, flood, storms or even missing infrastructures, the first thing needed on site is:
problem & solution
Until now solutions were mainly based on reverse osmosis installations whereby units with an output range of between 750 and 900 litres per hour easily fill a 20’ container. In addition to the complex transport logistics further problem areas are high energy requirements and high maintenance costs.
M.W.P. has originally been developed to be used in disaster areas in order to generate drinking water from bacteriologically polluted water for the local population without any great effort.
This on the basis of precipitation and filtering – in comparison with a reverse osmosis unit:
extremely compact and therefore
easy to transport
output performance at least
extremely low priced both in acquisition cost as also in running costs
Maintenance without in-depth special knowledge through simple construction