Water Filter Saves Lives, Trees in Cambodia

A simple water filter made from rice husk is helping the poor of rural Cambodia improve their health prospects and stem the deforestation that is destroying the nation’s jungles. This week iDE-Hydrologic picked up a prestigious Ashden Award for their Super Tunsai filter, named after a Cambodian legend.

Water Filter Saves Lives and Trees in Cambodia
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45 comments

Debbie L.
Debbie Lim4 years ago

Wow, nice!

Alicia N.
Alicia N.4 years ago

GREAT!

Heather Marvin
Heather Marv4 years ago

Looks Brilliant, better health and saving the forest too, excellent.

irene fernandez
irene Fernandez4 years ago

Great post!
Such an amazing idea

Edo R.
Edo R.4 years ago

Thanks!

Sue Matheson
Sue Matheson4 years ago

thanks

Aimee A.
Aimee A.4 years ago

Thanks for posting!

Rosie Lopez
Rosie Lopez4 years ago

awesome thnx

Paula G.
Paula G.4 years ago

Amazing how big changes in peoples lives can change for such small amounts of cash and large amounts of need and determination.

Elaine A.
Elaine Al Meqdad4 years ago

Makes me feel better!