Water Supply Partly Restored Haiti
June 10th, 2011 by thesuper

In mid-January specialists U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) said: "The main problem in Haiti remains the supply of fresh water." The report stated that the water points that used mains, not functioning, making it impossible to access to drinking water. Currently, water for earthquake victims island is partially restored. In the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince, established in September pumping systems grundfos SQFlex, working on solar energy. Pumps provide clean water of about 30 000 people. Active participation in the restoration of Haiti's water supply has an American charity organization Water Mission International. In Over the past few years she has worked with grundfos in the past has already established a system SQFlex on the island. Immediately after the earthquake professionals organization, who lived in Haiti, started to look for suitable sites for Installation of downhole pumps.

The first two systems to work seven days after the tragedy. Currently the water supply is carried out nine installations SQFlex. Three more systems are already in Haiti and will be delivered as soon as specialists will find suitable locations. In SQFlex include downhole pumps sq, working on solar energy. To supply the island with drinking water to the system adds a special unit for disinfecting water with chlorine. Therefore, Haitians can immediately get clean water. In the near future on the island will go another 20 of pumping systems. Thus, the Fund Paul dn Jensen (founder GRUNDFOS) decided to contribute to the reconstruction of Haiti. Olga Borisova, press office, llc Grundfos'.

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