Global Sustainable Partnerships (GSP), a Grand Rapids-based nonprofit, today announced the shipment of an additional 150 Hydraid® BioSand Water Filters for installation in 30 Tanzanian schools, tripling the size of GSP’s water relief program in Tanzania just six months after its launch.
Grand Rapids company Triple Quest supplied more than 9,000 water filters to families in the Dominican Republic as part of a successful Rotary Club International program.
Triple Quest today announced that its alliance with Grand Rapids, Mich.-based NGO Global Sustainable Partnerships, Inc. (GSP) has enabled the distribution of an initial 30 Hydraid® BioSand filters in 10 Tanzanian primary and secondary schools.
The water treatment system being used is called Hydraid, an innovative filter with enhanced by technology provided by Amway and implemented through Safe Water Team and partners on the ground.
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