Lea Lea to access clean water soon

http://www.emtv.com.pg/home/latest-news/item/lea-lea-to-access-clean-water-soon?category_id=20

DOME KRB efforts were recently reported in a EM TV feature article on the Village of Lea Lea, a Village outside Port Moresby which will soon be able to have a clean water supply via our DOME KRB's KLEEN-WATER KUBE Technology™ these efforts have a potential of supporting five thousand villagers who currently pay for a water cart or walk for two hours to get water from another well. DOME KRB efforts are sponsored by the Ministry of Forest and Climate Change and supported by the National Research Institute. The Village of Lea Lea's implementation of DOME KRB's KLEEN-WATER KUBE Technology™ will reduce water related illness as well as alleviating the physical burdens put on women and children who currently fetch the water manually from long distances. (Video/Article: EM TV, Friday, 24 May 2013)


LEALEA SOON ACCESS CLEAN WATER | PNG Village

http://www.pngvillage.net/2013/05/23/lealea-soon-access-clean-water/#.UcLzA2fQAst

Director of Dome KRB Greg Cooper explaning to the media at Lealea village the benefits of the Kleen Water Kube technology.
Picture by Rolland Banaba

Over five thousand villagers of Lealea village in the Central Province will soon benefit from an amazing clean water technology which will be introduced into the country in the coming weeks by American company Dome KRB. The Kleen-water Kube is a fridge-like unit that has the ability to convert salt water and contaminated water into clean fresh drinking water. Director of Dome KRB Greg Cooper said the state-of-the-art solar powered Kube technology is most effective in inaccessible, emergency stricken and polluted areas of the world, and will be first installed in PNG's Lealea village. He said the plight of the people of Lealea village who lack clean fresh water has attracted his company to invent the useful technology to eliminate serious health issues faced by the people. He has called on the government of PNG to invest in this technology because it's cost effective, durable and requires less maintenance. He however thanked the Minister for Forest and Climate Change Patrick Pruaitch for initiating funding support towards the facility. Meanwhile, Lealea Village councilor Konio Morea was delighted by the initiative of Dome KRB and said the project was the first of kind in the village and would be really appreciated by the villagers especially women and children.


(PNG Village All Rights Reserved: http://www.pngvillage.net/2013/05/23/lealea-soon-access-clean-water/#.UcLzA2fQAst, Thursday, 23 May 2013)


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