The WATA technology, developed by Antenna, uses a simple, manageable process of electrolysis to convert a measure of salt and water into into active chlorine with a concentration of 6g/L. The resulting solution can be used to treat drinking water or as a disinfectant solution for use in households, hospitals or community clinics.
WATA™ devices are specially designed for use in the context of communities in developing countries. With this system, communities can locally and immediately source chlorine to protect against diarrheal diseases caused by pathogens. Eventually, this system can be a source of income through the sale of chlorine
WATALUX’S mission is to reduce extreme poverty and improve health conditions of the most vulnerable communities by promoting innovations dedicated to essential needs.
Based in Geneva and founded by Antenna Technologies Foundation. Through its action, WATALUX intends to be an initiator of social impact at each step of its process.
Publicly available: yes
Countries where available: Worldwide
Price range (USD): 150 to 5500 USD
Available online: yes
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