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Clean water sustains our communities, health economies, and our ecosystems.


Water scarcity is the lack of fresh water resources to meet the standard water demand for human and nature in a particular region. There are two types of water scarcity: physical and economic. Physical water scarcity is where there is not enough clean water to meet the demands from nature in the area, including that needed for ecosystems to function effectively such as rivers and ponds. Countries such as parts of Central and West Asia which caused lack of fresh water underground and the majority of Africa (mainly North Africa) and some parts of the western such as California often suffer from droughts. Another type is Economic water scarcity. Economic water scarcity is the most common due to the daily high demand for fresh, clean water from humans to complete their daily routines. This type of water scarcity is caused by a lack of investment in infrastructures, and as well as inequitable distribution that draws water from rivers, aquifers, and other water sources. Other crucial roles in water scarcity are climate change and insufficient human capacity.

What Do We Do On Our Part

Our unique method to be part of and help out the community to solve this issue - is that we play a small role by doing in depth research on the subject to better understand the situation. Once we grasp our understanding, we then come up with viable solutions through doing repetitive testing in order to find solutions to either promote and develop new technology and/or ideas that can be implemented to minimize or solve the issue of the subject.

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The "Flense Model" Project is geared to tackle two of the main problems of any current design of modern water plant treatments– (1) Affordable Cost; by ensuring the use of common yet durable and effective materials to extract viable materials from the earth and to feasibly construct even in a low-income countries at a low-cost budget. (2) Environmentally Friendly, by replacing dirty energy with clean energy, the project can operate environmentally friendly to ease the further damage to the environment in the future. To learn more about this project, please continue reading the information provided below.


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Research Data

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