MN Water Supply System helping Nicaragua

Star Tribune: A Minnesota nonprofit’s “CTI 8 Chlorinator” is now installed in 126 rural Nicaraguan communities, saving lives by markedly reducing disease from water-borne bacteria. Compatible Technology International (CTI) employees are helping to provide clean water to nearly 100,000 people in Nicaragua, and they estimate that 250,000 Nicaraguans will get clean water daily by 2014! To read the article in its entirety, please follow the link below.

St. Anthony: Grass-roots water supply system helping Nicaragua

Jorge Fernandez (seated), a volunteer and retired Pentair business manager, inspected a Compatible Technology-designed water chlorinator with community volunteers in a village in northern Nicaragua. Since a pilot project a decade ago, many villages have installed and maintained the low-cost, simple technology

| StarTribune.com.

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