All over the world, people are innovating and applying SOURCE in a wide range of ways. We're sharing the stories and data behind those applications to inspire you to transform your relationship with water.
Samburu Girls Foundation
Drinking water is a vital part of any educational setting. Healthy hydration encourages focus and enthusiasm in the classroom. To bring water to the school, students at the Samburu Girls Foundation used to walk around 2 miles to the nearest water supply to fill up water from the river. This was time lost in studies, […]
Copper King Elementary School
At Copper King Elementary School, SOURCE is ensuring students and teachers have continuous access to safe, high-quality drinking water. This installation demonstrates an infrastructure-free model for safe drinking water that can eliminate school concerns of water quality. SOURCE provides an alternative to the cost of drinking water solutions such as bottled water and new piping. […]
South Carolina Lake House
The homeowner lives in a lake home in South Carolina with his wife. They currently use well water for drinking and often wonder about what the quality of the water because they do not have it tested regularly and thus do not have full transparency into quality.
Arizona State University Office Space
ASU’s California Center is a commercial space in the Los Angeles area which provides ASU with a location to connect with prospective students and their parents and strengthen connections between ASU’s entrepreneurial faculty and the critically important Southern California education and innovation ecosystem.
Puerto Rico: Estación de Bomberos
On September 20, 2017 hurricane Maria landed in Puerto Rico bringing with it reported wind gusts between 175km/h and 190km/h, and rainfall as high as 962.7mm in some locations. The storm left many areas flooded and completely wiped out the island’s power grid leaving the entire country without electricity. After the hurricane 50% of the […]
Primary School on Island of Tanna, Vanuatu
Destroyed infrastructure and contamination make water access a challenge on the island of Tanna in Vanuatu. In 2015, Cyclone Pam devastated the island of Tanna, destroying 68% of rainwater harvesting structures and 70% of existing water infrastructure, making the cyclone the worst natural disaster in Vanuatu’s history. Without infrastructure, water distributed through relief agencies and […]
SOURCE provides the students and teachers at these rural schools in Sinaloa with continuous access to safe, delicious drinking water. The installation at the schools demonstrates the viability of installing SOURCE panels on the ground, maintaining security of the water, and providing safe drinking water over time.
Perth Police Force
The Western Australian Police Force is demonstrating the application of SOURCE Hydropanels as part of a search for practical and sustainable ways to serve their community. The installation of eight SOURCE Hydropanels provide clean, renewable drinking water for the staff and visitors to enjoy!
At this rural property in Crookwell, New South Wales, the homeowner was seeking an additional drinking water solution to supplement their existing supply from a rainwater tank. Since installing SOURCE Hydropanels at the property, the owners now enjoy high- quality, delicious and renewable drinking water, while continuing their use of rainwater for showers, toilets and […]