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Offshore floating desalination plant FDP100

Desalination to be conducted offshore on a Ship platform as demonstrated by technical pics in this document and the clean water supplied by pipeline to needy communities onshore in tankrage or by other effective distribution with trucks or donkey carts where...

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Potassium, a health threat

CocaCola Company's low sodium "arwa" water comes at price of 9mg/l potassium Potassium is used to soften water and raise the pH level in an attempt to avoid high Chlorine content but while the WHO recommends a 1-2.5 mg/l content of Potassium as ideal, anything above 8...

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ArtaquaCulture

Recirculating Aquaculture System (RAS) A series of treatment processes is utilized to maintain water quality in intensive fish farming operations. These steps are often done in order or sometimes in tandem. After leaving the vessel holding fish the water is first...

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Become an ArtAqua-Shareholder

Fight Nestlé & Coca Cola with us - let's go over the rainbow!   Art Aqua Number1Water (UAE) Ltd. is offering to become a shareholder and by this have a seat on the board. Currently, shares are up for sale. The minimum price for one share is set at 100,000 AED.  Art...

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WHO: 80% of deadly diseases from unsafe water

Diarrhea kills more children than malaria, measles, and AIDS combined. Proportional distribution of cause-specific deaths among children under five years of age, 2012 (excluding neonatal deaths). 2 Since 1990, 2 billion people have gained access to improved drinking...

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ArtAqua Mexico

Market leaders don't disclose what is in the bottles Mexico infamously is known for its low standard in drinking water and although the situation might have improved over the past years with better purification technology it is still quite a challenge to supply the...

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Why ArtAqua’s Number1Water?

Number1Water BPA-free 100% ecological bottled water We notice rather frequently, that citizens are not aware about the impact the water they consume may have on their wellbeing and therefore have no clue what relevance the pH level of water has, or what ionization and...

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California’s Death Spiral

Death Valley between California & Nevada becomes symbolic for water-struggle in USA a serious health and safety issue found in probe of tap water in Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas For decades, Californians suffer from water shortages and, owed to climatic changes in cycles...

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Nuclear Waste speed-decay

Art Aqua has filed a patent for a technology that allows radioactive elements to quickly and easily be converted into a neutral substance if placed in a special solution and exposed to a laser. Radioactive substances were literally knocked out of metal when placed in...

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Fighting Ebola effectively

World first Anti-Bacterial mobile Crisis Response Unit ART AQUA C-1000 Art Aqua has established the world’s first Potable Water Crisis Response Unit on industrial level allowing highest possible mobility and deployment within 24 hours in virtually any part of the...

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ArtAqua, a proud member of the UN global compact

after reporting to UN on Yemen (Sept 2018) UN Global Compact Art Aqua is, since 27 July 2018, a proud member of the UN Global Compact and the Directors Konrad A. Schmidt and Ralph T. Niemeyer vow to adhere to the principles to commit it's work to ecological,...

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Botswana proposal

Due to the downturn in the global diamond market, however, the economy experienced a low point following the 2008 global recession, with widespread water and power shortages. In just this past year, water quality in Botswana has demanded significant attention as the...

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Solving humanitarian crisis in Yemen

      Desalination to be conducted offshore on a Ship platform as demonstrated by technical pics in this document and the clean water supplied by pipeline to needy communities onshore in tankrage or by other effective distribution with trucks or donkey carts where...

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Egyptian Water Crisis

When in 2010 peak water has been reached in Egypt meaning it became ever more an economic challenge to produce potable water, also food prices were soaring which led to social unrest and eventually to the uprising. Water is the most important commodity. It helps to...

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