12 responses

  1. rhettjd
    November 9, 2011

    This is far better and easier to use then that thing and it works I know I own one, great for camping in the mountains.

    • Michal Strojnowski
      November 10, 2011

      …and is 10 times more expensive, if you didn’t notice.

  2. Joe Nickence
    November 10, 2011

    What I find encouraging is that not only is the water being made safe, but the entire country is being infused with a new measurable economy. I’ve been watching how the world is shifting away from paper currencies to binary currencies. Carbon credits are exactly that. Vestergaard Frandsen gets repaid, then the nation starts to pull itself up by the bootstraps, and eventually the population benefits financially.

  3. gianluca
    November 12, 2011

    I’m much more in favor of a solution like this: http://www.gabrielediamanti.com/projects/eliodomestico—how-does-it-work/.

    It is designed to be built by the same people who need it, by using locally available materials. The only investment that should be needed is to spread the idea.

  4. mtownfred
    November 13, 2011

    A great device for a quick drink, but what the people need is permanent water wells in their communities. This is currently being done by a great organization: Charity: Water http://www.charitywater.org/ who have helped over 2 million people. Check out the founder’s story…inspiring.

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