Ryan W. Miller - USA TODAY As the powerful Hurricane Ida roared ashore in Louisiana on Sunday, th...
Here is just one example of our involvement in disaster relief efforts around the globe: The vast majority of Puerto Ricans outside of San Juan still deal with contaminated water and power outages as it has been exactly one year since Hurricane Maria desolated the island. During that time, WorldWater & Solar Technologies has sent multiple SHEPS™ and Mobile MaxPure™ units to Puerto Rico to help in the restoration process. This touching video shows the destruction from Hurricane Maria along with WorldWater & Solar Technologies assisting Puerto Ricans, but more importantly, the video gives the viewer a better understanding from the local’s perspective of what they have been dealing with and what truly needs to be done to replace the broken infrastructure and economy.
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The Mobile Max Pure® unit placed in Nyala, South Darfur, had an immediate impact for the 150,000 people living in IDP camps surrounding the town.
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We expect next year to be doing between 20,000 acres to 40,000 acres in the desert. We’ll be first converting diesel powered irrigation to solar, and then taking desert land and converting it into arable land. Bear in mind that the Government of Egypt’s plan is to increase the desert farm lands by about 2.5 million acres over the coming five years.