More than 21 million Latin American children lack drinking water


29 Sep

(Submit Articles) Scinet will produce mini-plant water treatment plants in mobile containers at the assembly plants it is installing in eleven regions worldwide.

These mini-plants will 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 are financed through the micro-credit agreement recently signed between Factoring & Management and Scinet-Corp. 35.3% of the children and adolescents of Latin America lack access to drinking water in their homes. The situation is even more serious regarding access to sanitation, given that nearly 43% of the children lack adequate sanitary conditions. 35.3% of the children and adolescents lack access to drinking water in their homes and 43% lack adequate sanitary conditions.

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 different mini-plant models are capable of producing up to 20,000 diverse articles. In order to get 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 arrives at its destination the mini-plants are ready to begin production with total autonomy, given that they have power 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.

Said devices (most of them in the shape and appearance of key rings) will be distributed in developing countries and high risk regions of the world, likewise in situations of natural disasters. These may be used immediately to purchase all kinds of basic necessity products manufactured by the Mini-plants (drinking water, bread, dehydrated food, medicine and health products, dairy products, etc.).

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