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Nurture Reserve / water collection/filter

Nurture Reserve
Nurture Reserve

Developing countries around the world experience large amounts of rainfall during a season, but also severe drought in another. Despite vast amounts of rainfall and ground reserves, they continue to go without suitable drinking water. The Nurture Reserve utilizes existing sources to provide a safe, sustainable, close to home water source. With inserts to catch debris found in ground reserves, and a hollow fibre membrane filter to remove 99.999% of bacteria, up to 1’000 gallons of water can be filtered. The Nurture Reserve will collect, filter and store rainfall during rainy seasons, and water collected from ground reserves during dry seasons.

University

Aston University

Aston University
Birmingham, United Kingdom

Rachael Freeman,
Aston University