A new water purification system will soon be rolled out in Papua New Guinea.
The Yamaha Clean Water System aims to improve the quality of drinking water to the people.
It is ideal for villages, hospitals and schools.
Access to clean drinking water is still an issue for over half of Papua New Guinea’s population.
It is estimated that K4.2 million people do not have access to safe water.
Various organisations have tried to improve the quality of drinking water through innovative technology.
The Yamaha Clean Water Supply System is one of the latest on the market.
It has been used around the world and will soon be introduced in the country.
This small scale water filtration system will produce 8000 litres of water per day.
It uses sand filtration by recycling surface water such as rivers or holding ponds into safe drinking water.
The total costs of the system is K250 000.
The costs covers, system structure, the set up, and maintenance and training of locals by the Yamaha Engineers.
Feasibility studies are being carried out by Yamaha Engineers to find suitable locations to pilot this project.
The Yamaha Clean Water Supply System can be purchased from Ela Motors dealers around the country.
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