Osmosis Machines Meet Potable Water Needs In The Marshalls – VIDEO

By Rolynda Jonathan

Two new reverse osmosis machines donated by the US government through the US Agency for International Development (USAID) is anticipated to address potable water supply needs in the Republic of Marshall Islands.
The machines, approved which were donated to the country in efforts to mitigate severe drought conditions, would be able to produce 500 gallons of potable water per day.
Thomas Armbruster, the US Ambassador to the Marshalls says the assistance “will address the potable water supply needs and help avoid adverse health impacts to protect human lives and livelihood in the Marshall Islands.”
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