Sweet Drinking Water for Everyone
WATER ACCESS - SOLAR POWERED
Water-Kiosk is making sweet (drinking) water from nearly any water source. Without external electricity.
With our German engineering partner, we install, operate and maintain affordable solar water desalination and water treatment plants for off-grid communities around Africa.
The systems are entirely manufactured in Germany.
Designed to perform under the harshest climate conditions in the remotest parts of the world.
The patented plant solutions provide from 1,000 liters up to 30,000 liters of clean drinking water per hour. In the process, 99% of the total dissolved solids (TDS) are removed from the intake contaminated resources and delivers drinking water free from organic and inorganic contamination, bacteria and viruses.
With a solar powered water treatment plant we make:
- Drinking water
- Irrigation water
- Aqua Farming water
- Sanitation water
We make sweet drinking water, irrigation water and sanitation water from:
- Sea water
- Brackish water
- Polluted water
- River/Lake water
Using nothing but the sun
as only source of power.
Key To Resilience Against Climate Change Impacts?
Sweet Drinking Water, Irrigation Water and Elictricity Supply For Farmers and Villagers.
What else will your community get with Water-Kiosk?
Electricity / WIFI
We are creating 3 permanent jobs and 10 value added jobs in each water treatment plant and Water-Kiosk project.
Solar Powered Water Treatment & Desalination Plants
Our solution, a solar powered desalination plant, is capable of treating any type of seawater and brackish water resources. The technology has been tested for salinity up to 30,000 PPM in the Red Sea. The simple design and affordable cost make it an ideal solution for any type of water supply, both for villages and urban communities. The modular format of our plants makes it possible for larger projects to benefit from a range of such solutions to achieve the required volume. Each module produces between 1,000 and 30,000 liters per hour.
Industrial wastewater, such as from garment factories, mining, biogas plants and others, contain large amounts of hazardous minerals and heavy metals in their effluent. Our solar powered wastewater treatment plant treats their wastewater for reuse or safe release into the environment. Without impacting the electricity consumption of these companies.
Our most advanced hospital solution is a tailored version of a solar powered water desalination system, manufactured specifically for disinfection of both reservoir and wastewater of hospitals infection departments.
While the machine is treating general pollutions, the add-on of the hospital version is having a ozone disinfection for both reservoir and wastewater of infection departments, making sure no bacteria and viruses remain in the outflow.
As seen for farming purposes, the same facility handles the water supply and management of a number of aquaponics fish farms, which are connected to and controlled by the facility’s main control unit.
Affordable, high-protein fish meals in the midst of rural villages where malnutrition is widespread is another important contribution our technology can make to disadvantaged communities. Combined providing the water plant and its farming add-on the basis for a healthy community through food security in the most vulnerable parts of the world.
Academy is equipped to train basic introduction in concept of reverse osmosis and water treatment, modern farming (vertical irrigation and fish farming), person relations and interpersonal skills, renewable solar energy and pumps, machine practicals and occupational safety (theory and practical).
The Water-Kiosk Academy is mandated with capacity and competency development. It offers certificate programs through the training conducted in both technical and soft skills.
While drinking water empowers people to live, it is irrigation for agriculture that allows disadvantaged communities to thrive. This is where we step in with an add-on to our equipment. Using sensor technologies, we control a drip irrigation network connected to the machine. The soil’s nutrient properties are measured. A series of tanks containing water-soluble fertilizers and automatic dispensers release fertilizer into the irrigation water stream as needed.