SkyHydrant Daily Routine

We frequently get asked what is involved in the daily SkyHydrant clean.

The following 5 minute video shows the full cleaning procedure in real time.

We will be publishing more instructional videos over the next few weeks.

 

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2 thoughts on “SkyHydrant Daily Routine

  1. Good afternoonI wonder if you could assist me please?
    My Rotary Club of Keilor East, is interested in assisting with Water Aide – we realise that usually entails financial support.
    I have tried to contact the Rotary Club of Smithton, Tasmania, as I notice that that Club has succeeded in setting up 2 Sky Hydrants in Bhutan.I was wondering if that Club was interested in arranging for another Sky Hydrant to be set up in Bhutan, but at this stage have not had any response from them
    Could you tell me the following:Where the Sky Hydrants are made?Whether we can purchase  them directly?Is there another Rotary Club that may on board with us in purchasing and setting up a Sky Hydrant internationally?
    My Interantional Director, Cherrie Osborn, has particularly requested aid, possibly to Nepal or Cambodia, but we are flexible.
    I would love your assistance, and if you have a contact would be very gratefulHuge thanks, and have a great dayAnnie Webb0409147685
    Rotary Club of Keilor EastInternational CommitteeCamp Getaway DirectorProgram Schedule Assistant

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