GLOBAL GOAL 6: CLEAN WATER & SANITATION

If we provide affordable equipment and education in hygiene practices, we can stop this senseless suffering and loss of life.

 

 

OUR ACTIVITIES IN THE WATER INDUSTRY

SUPPORTING MANAGEMENT OF WATER THROUGH TECHNOLOGY

In 2015, world leaders agreed to 17 goals for a better world by 2030. These goals include good health and well-being and clean water & sanitation. In particular, the lack of clean drinking water is causing unnecessary disease and death. While various stakeholders are working on installation of water infrastructures, Trivisen is focused on the development of technology to support water management.

Our compact and decentralised systems do not use reverse-osmosis (RO) for the treatment of fresh water sources. Hence, the treated drinking water retains all the natural essential minerals as well as reduces generation of wastewater!

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WATER TREATMENT AND MONITORING SYSTEMS

We are working on the development and promotion of systems that are effective in the removal of pollutants from water. We are also developing the much needed alert systems in the form of chemical sensors to make water management effective.

 

 

 

Vision

Working with nature to make clean water abundant again and improving quality of life by increasing access to drinking water

Innovation

We are researching technical and commercially sustainable solutions for the water industry.

Mission

To facilitate the treatment of water from different sources (e.g. surface water, ground water, sea water) using technology responsibly.

Our Partners

Trivisen is working with partners in Germany and India to augment and implement decentralised drinking water solutions. This will reduce consumption of single-use plastic while increase drinking water availability. It is also easier to manage smaller decentralised systems than to create maintain larger centralised infrastructure. This model has particular relevance in low-income economies where inclusive business models can be devised that support capacity building, and create commercial opportunities for the local communities.