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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.

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    Rural Homes
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    Indonesia

    Villages in Kalimantan, Indonesia

    Today in Indonesia, more than 27 million people don’t have access to safe drinking water. In response to this alarming statistic, Solidaridad, Kelling Kumang Group, and Zero Mass Water partnered to bring water security to villages throughout Kalimantan, Indonesia. Installed across four villages: Merpak Village, Sepulut Village, Tapang Semadak Village, and Tapang Sambas Village, SOURCE […]

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    School
    Climate
    Tropical Rainforest
    location
    Bali

    The Green School

    Increased water demand due to the growing tourism industry in Bali, Indonesia has left existing fresh water resources scarce. With a goal to be completely off-grid and decrease water stress in the area, the Green School, a private non-profit school located in the heart of the Bali jungle, needed a more sustainable and innovation-centered approach […]

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    Homes
    location
    USA Arizona

    Gilbert Home

    For those living with chronic illness, environmental factors such as air and water quality can have a dramatic impact on quality of life. This SOURCE user, Sheila, has had Parkinson’s Disease for many years. In additional to her medical treatment, Sheila looked to improve her wellness through nutrition. As part of her search for solutions […]

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    School
    location
    Pacific Ocean

    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 […]

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    Rural Farms

    The Farm in Byron Bay

    The Farm is a collection of micro-businesses whose mission is to inspire the community to lead healthy, sustainable lifestyles. Businesses on The Farm include a restaurant, bakery, event venue, garden, and education center. The Farm partnered with Zero Mass Water to install 10 SOURCE Hydropanels on their restaurant, Three Blue Ducks. Mounted on the roof, […]

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    Disaster Relief
    Climate
    Humid Subtropical
    location
    Austin

    Whisper Valley

    Due to heavy rains and flooding, residents of the Austin, Texas area were under a state-mandated boil-water advisory projected to last anywhere between 7 and 14 days. Close to 1 million people impacted were asked to boil their water to kill bacteria from oil, sediment in soil, and other pollutants in the water system. Most […]

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    School
    Climate
    Tropical Savanna
    location
    Samburu Kenya

    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, […]

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    Agriculture
    location
    Hunter Valley

    Elmswood Farm

    Elmswood Farm is an organic, biodynamic farm located on 10,000 acres in the beautiful Hunter Valley. Seeking a drinking water solution that would supplement their existing rainwater tank, the owners of Elmswood Farm now enjoy high-quality, delicious and renewable drinking water. Aside from the taste and health benefits, installing SOURCE Hydropanels has eliminated the inconvenience […]

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    Offices
    Climate
    Coastal Humid
    location
    USA Santa Monica

    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.