HWTS - Chemical

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Household water treatment and safe storage (HWTS) has emerged as a viable solution for small and large populations, especially in rural areas. HWTS interventions can lead to dramatic improvements in drinking water quality and reductions in diarrhoeal disease, making an immediate difference to the lives of those who rely on water from polluted rivers, lakes and, in some cases, unsafe wells or piped water supplies.

Chlorination is the most widely used method of disinfecting drinking-water. Liquids (such as bleach), powders (such as bleaching powder), and purpose-made tablets can be used. Iodine can also be used as a chemical disinfectant. Choosing the right amount of chlorine to use can be difficult, because the effectiveness of chlorination depends on the quality of the untreated water, which may vary according to the season.

To decide which household water technology is most appropriate for your needs, financials, and preferences, try using the Community Choices tool by The Pacific Institute. It walks you through a brief survey to consider variables for the right HWTS treatment in Ghana, Burkina Faso, Australia and the US.

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Field experiences

The following project(s) utilize chlorine in their water source.

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RSR Project 894
Senjeh Well
RSR Project 896
Gboto Well
RSR Project 897
Behsee Town
Well Restoration
RSR Project 898
Lebeh Well
RSR Project 899
James Town
Well Restoration
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RSR Project 900
Pifley Town
Well Restoration
RSR Project 902
Tomah Town
Well Restoration
RSR Project 907
Billy Town
Well Restoration
RSR Project 910
Amalu Well


Operational Guidance Briefing Note: EVIDENCE-BASED FRC TARGETS

A Simple Machine To Quench The Thirst For Clean Water: Suprio Das