(Submit Articles) More than 16,000 people die daily due to contaminated water only, most of them children under the age of five.

In order to alleviate this enormous tragedy, Scinet Corporation will produce 180,000 mini-water treatment plants in mobile containers, at the new assembly plants it is setting up in eleven regions worldwide. These mini-water treatment plants can purify more than 10 billion liters of water per day at a cost of 2 dollars per cubic meter. That is to say, 50 times cheaper than the price of conventional drinking water!

The water treatment plants will be financed by way of the recent micro-credit agreement, entered into between Factoring & Management and Scinet-Corp.

The production mini-plants in mobile containers comprise the only system in the world that can supply basic necessity articles and services at a price as low as one dollar per day. The diverse mini-plant models are capable of producing up to 20,000 different articles. In order to offer a better idea of its potential, with only two operators, a mini-plant can produce daily more than 17,000 loaves of bread or purify more than 60,000 liters of water.

Each container includes the machines, wiring, piping and necessary installations to function with autonomy. Once the container has reached its destination, the mini-plants are ready to start producing with total autonomy, given that they have electric generators and photovoltaic panels incorporated within the same.

Factoring & Management and Scinet-Corp will distribute digital certificates by way of radio frequency chips for a population of more than four hundred million people.

Such devises (most of them in the form and appearance of key rings) will be distributed in high risk developing countries and regions worldwide, as well as those in situations of natural disasters. The same may be used immediately for acquiring all kinds of basic necessity products manufactured by the mini-plants (drinking water, bread, dehydrated food, medicine, health products, dairy products, etc.)

A third part of the water resources in the world are in Latin America. In spite of this, 35.3% of the children and adolescents in Latin America, which is more than 20 million, do not have access to drinking water in their homes. The situation is even worse regarding access to basic sanitation, given that 43% of the children lack adequate sanitary conditions. 35.3% of the children and adolescents do not have drinking water in their homes and 43% lack adequate sanitary conditions.

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