A system for treating groundwater for the Shechen Cliinc in Kathmandu, Nepal, was constructed with a € 28,000 microgrant from the Fondation Ensemble. The system delivers water in three different qualities for different uses, as shown in the scheme below. Read the 2-page technical sheet “Water autonomy and quality in the Katmandu Shechen Clinic” by Roger Rousse here (Fondation Ensemble, 2009).
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