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Ceramic Water Filtration Provides an Inexpensive Solution to Clean Water in Rural Mexico

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  • I am very proud of our involvement with CATIS-Mexico, which is working to provide pure water to rural areas in Mexico
  • The filters used by CATIS-Mexico are made in a simple hand mold using locally available clay and burn-out material (such as waste sawdust)
  • One CATIS filter produces about 24 liters of water a day, requires little maintenance, and lasts two to three years.
  • The next phase of these simple, inexpensive filters incorporates biochar – a charcoal that absorbs heavy metals
  • This combination unit helps to remove pathogens along with dangerous components in the water like arsenic and fluoride

By Dr. Mercola

I’m very excited to be partnering with an organization named CATIS-Mexico. CATIS-Mexico is a non-profit organization based in San Miguel de Allende, in Guanajuato State, in central Mexico. CATIS-Mexico’s mission is to work in partnership with economically limited communities to improve the lives of the people in these communities, and to help develop their health, economies, and sustainability of the environment by providing training and technical assistance.

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