Project: Philippines 2018-04-09T11:42:18+00:00

Controlling cost, quality, access and impact.

Clean water supply is a major problem in the Philippines, ranking 97th in global access to clean drinking water and having the highest water cost in SE Asia. This project in La Union, Luzon enables potable water at lower expenses, while using the unlimited resources of the sea and sun. Using a containerized solution which has the solar panels mounted on the roof and the water treatment station inside, the unit was installed within 2 weeks. A water tank has been provided to store the clean water on-site.

The Philippines.
Water kiosk enjoying solar desalination using batteries.

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‘’There are four major issues in the provision of potable drinking water in Southeast Asia: water cost, quality, access, and environmental impact. Working with EWM technology we are able to invest locally into decentralized water production solutions that overcome each of these challenges. Starting in the Philippines, regions where we operate can now enjoy affordable high-quality water that has been produced using a sustainable method, in line with our vision.’’

John Jadczak | Managing Partner, NXTLVL Water
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Water kiosk ready for operation.

Solar desalinated water production.

Compact, efficient desalination unit.

Water flowing out of the tap.

Fresh water storage.

Trained operations team.

Excited project team.

Drone footage of project.

Drone footage of project.

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