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Distribution of Aquaboxes in Units and Litres

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Rotary Club of Stratford preparing to ship 500 life-saving Aquaboxes to help survivors of Hurricane Matthew

As cholera threatens the lives of Hurricane Matthew survivors in Haiti, the Stratford Rotary Club is responding with sustainable, clean drinking water.
A shipment of about 500 Aquaboxes should land on the beleaguered island nation by early next week. The simple boxes filter deadly bacterias like cholera and typhoid out of contaminated water making it safe to drink.
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Aquaboxes are a project unique to the Rotary Club of Stratford, which tries to keep a supply of them on hand to ship to disaster zones around the world. The Aquabox unit contains multiple self disinfecting silver impregnated ceramic cartridges (Filters). These filters are attached inside a receiving container into which the contaminated water is introduced.

The filter system is designed to trap and kill harmful bacteria >99.99999% ( E.coli, Coliform, Faecal Coliform), >99.95 % protozoan cysts (Giardia, Cryptosporidium) and filter particulates as small as 0.3 MICRONS (99.9%) The ceramic cartridges are cleanable and reusable.

This top container, with the filters, is attached to the lid of the receiving container which is equipped with a tap for dispensing the now potable water. The connection is designed to prevent any introduction of other contaminants into the lower container. (As required by the World Health Organization’s guidelines).

The system is capable of providing potable water for a family of 5 for up to one year. It is light, portable and easy to use until other sources of potable water are available.

The distributors of the Aqabox system, to the recipient’s families, are qualified personnel who instruct in the proper assembly and use at the site of the disaster.