Chaired by HRH THE PRINCESS OF HANOVER Project "SOS H2O", a multi-purpose well in Matana Reference School In many parts of the world, the amount of water available decreases and the quality deteriorates. So, according to a report published in 2015 by the United Nations on the occasion of the day […]
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We work with regional or local authorities in different countries to bring our solutions and our expertise in water treatment.
Many causes can restrict access to drinking water.
Pollution, aridity, population growth, are challenges to tame our capacities to produce healthy water, viable, available and sustainable.
We adapt our solutions to available sources such as seawater, lakes, groundwater and underground springs or any stream unsuitable for consumption or simply polluted.
Our engineering expertise target solutions that enable large scale to meet the potable water for human communities consumption just as irrigation.
The Association Children & future (http://childrenandfuture.com/), which organizes the No finish Line, funded 2 EaumOb for the Foundation of Protestant Schools in Haiti (FEPH). The 600 students, concerned, now have access to clean water and it is the only of the day for 99% of them.
The project, pilot, of a water system funded by the Government of Monaco in the Moroccan South (Akka) was installed in May 2012, on behalf of the ALCESDAM. Station “SOLAR PUMPING” is working properly and provides more than 200 m³ / day of water without batteries. Before they had to turn a Renault engine 21 converted to operate at […]
EauNergie accompanied the Sailing School with its first mobile unit SeamOb in sensitizing young people to supply problems of Water and Energy. over 5 years, EauNergie could develop concretely (rinsing the equipment, network water savings…) the value of using desalinated seawater associated […]
EauNergie installed a solar power station and a seawater processing unit SeaSun60 for the operation of a clinic in the village of Nouamghar the Banc of Arguin. This remote village accessible only by the low tide coastal road, attended by a population of about 6000 nomadic has been selected by the […]