Mission I´m Possible Peru update on San Roque de Cumbaza Rain wáter collection unit.
Here are the stickers for the recycled Bottles for sale now from the new wáter tank Rain Water collection Point at Albergue San Roque de Cumbaza.
The government have promised us 1000 stickers so that we can put them on our bottles.
Here is the control filter main Command post where we filter the wáter manually by opening and closing the dirt reléase valves as the downpour progresses.
This system if you look closely has a sump pit made of 4 inch Pipework that collect and seeps out the dirt at the bottom of the pipework. The Stone is removed and the cap which has tiny holes drilled in it allows the rain wáter dirt to seep from the base of the pipework and can easily be cleaned when you knock the cap off.
This is where all the Natural work takes place and a test can be done of the contents of the wáter after 30 minutes of rainfall the roof will self clean and the count is 002 Parts Per Million which is The very finest rain wáter.
We can then steer the wáter to the tank by operating the valves at the Control center in above pic.
Here is the Tank Room Doors open.
The tank is cleaned with Local limes off the trees and then sterilyzed with Colloidal Silver. At the front of the tank you will see a Nano Silver purification unit to ensure all heavy metals and bacteria is eliminated from this pure wáter system.
Inside the tank is naturally made Biochar activated with Effective Microorganisms in a sock made by Rebeca from Colombia,
This is Pure wáter at its best without a trace of Chemicals.
This has been Donated to San Roque de Cumbaza and the government following 18 months work with the Mayor and will be passed over to a new clean wáter association for the 1200 Quechuan´s of San Roque.
Here are the doors closed as we now completely cover the tank room with Chicosa a local jungle grown reed.
Nelson Dario is set to return to Peru so maybe he is the man who is Qualified to turn this wáter Project into a viable successful business for the people of San Roque.
I want to take this opportunity to thank all those of you who have donated to this Project the list is endless but $2000 dollars has been donated over 19 months by Lars Bosse Karl Mona Petter Pravasie Juan infact if you have donated for even my personal expenses this has helped me contribute all of this to This poorest of villages of Quechuan People and they are worth it, I get free hugs from the kids in the Street now. Thank you to all of you.
In Light From Dave at The San Roque Rain Water Project.