One of the questions we sometimes get asked about our Bhutan project is “There must be lots of clear mountain streams in Bhutan, so why do they need SkyHydrants?”
It’s true that the majority of schools do get their water from clear mountain streams but that doesnt mean there isn’t harmful bacteria!
The below official testing report provides the evidence of the need, from Lhuentse school following our installation on 3rd December.
CFU stands for Colony-Forming Units, a measure of the number of viable bacteria cells in a sample.
Now the water supply to 468 students and staff of the schools has improved from being an ‘Intermediate to High Health Risk’ to being classified as ‘Safe’
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