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ImWater supplies a water treatment plant for the West Africa area with a capacity for about 3000 people

ImWater supplies a compact water treatment plant for river water in the West Africa area, with a treatment capacity to supply around 3000 people on a daily basis. The system consists of coagulation, flocculation, decantation, filtration and iron removal processes, as well as pH and chlorination adjustments. It also includes catchment pumping from the river and distribution of treated water to the population.

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Drinking Water in Africa

DRINKING WATER IN AFRICA – COMPACT WATER PLANTS Rural areas in the African continent are still lack of water solutions. The water shortages in rual areas may be caused by remoteness. Villages in these areas are usually far from national water networks. Sub Saharan Africa remains the region where water supply in rural areas is least developed. Around 400 million people without a secure source of drinking water. Access to water in rural areas has improved thank to new solutions…

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Water Treatment Plants for Hospitals

Water Treatment Plants for Hospitals. IMWATER supplies Water Compact Treatment Plants for hospitals. As the prevalence of COVID-19 accelerates across Africa, over 40% of the population in Sub-Saharan Africa do not have access to clean water and are unable to heed the advice of health experts to wash their hands as a  primary way to stop the spread of the virus. Preventing infection thus remains out of reach for many. Action in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene sector, also known…

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irrigation

ImWater manufactures a reverse osmosis plant for agricultural irrigation

ImWater starts the supply of water plants for the agricultural sector by manufacturing a brackish water treatment plant using reverse osmosis in South America. Many agricultural companies have good amounts of land, favorable weather and a large amount of water resources, but when the available water comes from a well with high salinity, it is necessary to reduce it by reverse osmosis to be suitable for irrigation.

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