SWCEA team attends KARIBU Trade & Tourism FAIR 2013

Stella was pleased to set up a stand at the KARIBU FAIR from May 31st to June 2nd, 2013.

Attending and being exhibitors at the Fair was a chance to educate the population about the benefits of using a ceramic water filter at home instead of boiling water to get safe drinking water.

As during last year’s Fair, Stella decided to use very dirty water as a demonstration of how well the SWCEA filter works. When real dirty water is poured in the filter, the water coming out on the other end is clear, tasteless and bacteria free.

Students and other members of the local communities were really impressed by this demonstration, as it shows and proves that the SWCEA ceramic water filter is more effective than boiling water. As we know, after boiling very dirty water even for two hours, the water will remain brown and would taste awful. The SWCEA ceramic water filter removes impurities from the water and improves taste and using it is better for the environment as it can reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the country.

The SWCEA team present at the KARIBU FAIR also explained to various participants that stopped by the SWCEA stand that purchasing a SWCEA ceramic water filter will be highly beneficial economically for the household as they will save money in wood, gas, charcoal or electricity that they use daily to boil their water during the course of the year.

The SWCEA ceramic water filter can filter 2-4 liters per hour and therefore offers on average 36 liters of safe drinking water for the household in one day. It also lasts 5 years so it is highly sustainable. If you are in the area and would like to order one or more SWCEA ceramic water filters, please email us at: info@swcea.orgThank you