About -Water Missions International
Water Missions Intl (WMI), founded in 2001, is a non-profit Christian relief organization dedicated to the provision of clean water to underprivileged communities in developing countries. WMI produces The Living Water Treatment System (LWTS™), a water purification system capable of providing a continuous supply of clean safe drinking water for affected communities. The LWTS™ can produce 40,000 liters of potable water per day, sufficient for 3,000-5,000 people. The unit is easy to maintain and has a low operating cost of about 60 cents per 1,000 gallons (4,000 liters).
Water Missions International ,2040 Savage Road
Charleston, SC 29407
Tel: 843.769.7395, Fax: 843.763.6082
CEO: George Greene III, PhD, PE
What We Provide:
Variety Lifeline – Financial sponsorship of WMI LWTS water purification systems. Fields engineer teams to place systems in tsunami disaster areas. Subject matter expertise in ground water hydrology, geophysics, and well drilling.
Water Missions Intl – Produces LWTS units. Fields subject matter experts to conduct site assessments, install systems, and train operators. Engineering design and construction management/oversight of low-cost, low-maintenance, environmentally sensitive water production and storage, village-scale waste-water treatment and storm drainage systems.
What We Need:
In-country partner organizations (Government and NGO)
Need Identification (IDP Camps, new villages, hospitals, clustered water points – water systems and/or well drilling
Customs Expediting (local equipment consignee, government contacts)
Unit Stewardship (operator oversight, quality control, gov't liason)
General Logistics Assistance (unit transportation, translators, warehousing, contracting)