PUERTO RICO CLEAN WATER CAMPAIGN
In the wake of devastating hurricanes in 2017, Puerto Rico’s outdated water infrastructure has been further compromised, and they are now facing a major water crisis. The water has elevated lead levels, bacteria, chemicals, and waste seeping into their water supply, which causes people to get sick and, in some cases, an even worse outcome.
WorldWater Foundation has partnered with pro-football Hall of Fame legend, Ray Lewis and Rob Wallace, Power52 Energy to create water distribution hubs in all (78) municipalities. Our challenge is to provide a gallon of clean drinking water per day to all 3.2 million people in Puerto Rico.
Each hub can provide up to 4,000 gallons of clean drinking water per day using WorldWater& Solar Technologies’ Mobile Max Pure (MMP), a water purification system with reverse osmosis. In addition to purifying dirty and contaminated water, the MMP desalinates seawater, and has the capability of pumping water out of flooded areas. The MMP is solar powered, battery storage equipped, as well as having monitoring software which makes it a well-rounded, off-grid water relief solution.
Another valuable feature of the MMP, in addition to offering clean water for the residents now, is that they can serve as part of the water solution for the island’s emergency response plan should another natural disaster occur.
Through the Puerto Rico Clean Water Campaign, we will not only be able to purify and provide clean drinking water, but also create much needed jobs for the people of Puerto Rico.
As part of the water campaign, Power52 Energy is launching an Energy Training and Job Creation Program for residents to install and operate the water purification systems throughout the island. The program is accredited through the National Center for Construction, Education & Research (NCCER), and it is estimated to train 3,510 people (45 per municipality). For more information on Power52 Energy’s click here.
Provide 3.2M residents with clean drinking water.
Provide 3,200,000 gallons of water per day.
800 Emergency Water Purification Systems: Provide 800 emergency water purification systems to Puerto Rico
Disaster Relief Plan: The water purification systems can be use as part of the preventative emergency plan for water should the island experience another devastating storm. NOTE: At the time of the last storm PR did not have a plan in place to take care of the needs of their people after both Hurricanes hit the island last fall.
Job Creation: Create 3,510 jobs (45 per municipality)
This water campaign is the most extensive project WorldWater Foundation has ever taken on. So, we are thankful to be partnering with Ray Lewis and Power52 Energy. To provide clean drinking water for the 3.2 million people of Puerto Rico, along with job creation, is a huge undertaking and our team needs your help. Together we can DO GOOD and MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
Will you join our movement for Clean Water for Puerto Rico and donate today?
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On behalf of Ray Lewis, Power52, and the WorldWater Foundation,