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City of Rain / Clean, renewable water provision for Mexico City

Mexico City is the third most water-stressed city in the world. Isla Urbana develops rainwater harvesting technology for low-income residents suffering from water scarcity. Its mission is not to simply install RWH systems, but to transfer the know-how and work with communities to teach them to harvest their own water in the most effective ways. Isla Urbana designs physical components, communication and teaching strategies, implementation models, and user support, to allow large-scale adoption. Isla Urbana has designed city-wide programs, and has directly installed over 20,000 systems in houses and schools, benefitting +120,000 people.

Client / Manufacturer

Isla Urbana

Isla Urbana
Mexico City, Mexico

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Isla Urbana

Isla Urbana
Mexico City, Mexico