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Cindy Tran

on 8 September 2015

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Transcript of Water

Ceramic Filters
Ceramic Filters Introduction
- Work by filtering through the small pores
- Exterminates dirt, debris and bacteria
- Water is placed into a separate section to begin filtering
-UNICEF introduced some to Cambodia which helped them
Water is available to us straight out of taps, reservoirs and rain tanks, and we are lucky enough to have CLEAN water that has been filtered or packed into compatible bottles. But what about the 1.1 BILLION people out there who have no access to water at all? Many of these people only have two choices; to die of thirst or to struggle to obtain water which, most of the time, isn't clean or safe to drink. As we continue to use water freely, there are people who are struggling to be able to reach a water source. What can we do to help? What can we all as ONE do to help?
Why choose this product?
- Makes 3L per hr, unlike solar ball which makes 3L a day
- Water minerals (good stuff) stays in water
- BPA free (No plastic)
- Nature friendly - made w/ clay

How useful is it?
- very easy device to use
- Place water in the pot and let it sit there for an hour for results
- It can also be very long lasting
- Power is not required for the filtering to work
- Does not need electricity!
- Price of ceramic filters is cheaper than most filtering products
- Makes it easier for families that are troubled financially
Its past and its present uses and where in the world it should be used.

- Should be used in dry countries, hard to get water.
- Should be used in 3rd world countries where need money to buy water.
- UNICEF tested w/ Cambodia (below)
- 2002 TO 2006
- UNICEF used C Filters in Cambodia
- People using filter stopped their diarrhea or didn't get diarrhea
- Result = Satisfactory

In the end...
- C.F are more efficient b/c of its price, strong compatibility and how useful
- Filter has prevented diarrhea
- Doesn't take long to filter
- Doesn't need electricity
- Is nature friendly

There have been several products regarding to this issue, and many of them are working quite well to help those in need of water. So then which product is more efficient to invest our money into? The answer is simple... ceramic filters. And here's why :)
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