" Thanks for checking in! Things are going great! Actually, I meant to write you yesterday because my sister gave me some cool news about the Responder S systems... To say the least, it was a huge hit!
Apparently there is an island just off Haiti where people were stranded with no water and they weren't sure how to solve this problem, as the water systems they had on the grounds (in Port au Prince, Haiti) all needed a generator to run and it wasn't possible for them to reach the island. However, that problem was solved when your system showed up!
My sister called the day before yesterday to tell me that they were bringing it over on a boat that day and that someone would be going around the entire island distributing water until they can come up with a more permanent solution... Pretty incredible! You did such a great thing that is helping so many people in Haiti"
"Yes we did and it worked very well for the disaster response. Just so you know, because of limited water purification resources in Bolivia, it is still serving as a small community water purification resource -- daily use. You can see it by logging onto the clean water foundation's web site.
Leon McLaughlin is in the video with NBC Nightly News footage using your systems.
Your equipment is Impressive.
I was there and drank from your system. No problems!
Associate Director, Global Supply Chain Management
World Vision International
"My apologies for not getting back to you sooner after the trip to Kenya. We had an extremely successful trip, treating over 5,000 people with donated medicines, as well as ministering the gospel. The water treatment system worked like a dream and the folks could not stop thanking us. It was explained to us that in the prior year, a number of children in the area died from water-born diseases, so the residents were extremely thankful. As soon as the first cup of crystal clear water came out, a large cry arose and people came running with empty containers. Not only will lives be saved, but the quality of life will be vastly improved by eliminating one of the major sources of disease.
The water treatment system was installed at a local church and will be used to provide
fresh water to the church, school and the local community.
On behalf of True Vine Christian Center and their International Missions Group - Operation Joseph, we thank you for all of your help.
May God continue to bless and protect you and the rest of the Aqua Sun Team, as the wonderful tools that's he's blessed you with the creativity to craft are used to express His love in a tangible manner.
"After all our tests, our main focus will be to provide these units to schools or small villages. We’ll be in contact with the DG of Water for each of the 3 provinces to see what areas are in desperate need of clean water. Our CA teams will then deliver, set up the units, and provide over 2 years of filter replacements for them. Each one of these units is capable of
providing 3‐5 gallons of clean water per minute. The solar power will provide enough power for 2‐3 hrs of constant operation with 2 charges per day.
That’s an output of approx. 700+ gallons per day. Over the span of at least 2 years, these units will provide well over a total of 500,000 gallons of clean water. No longer will the Iraqis have to drink dirty water that could potentially be disease infested Also in certain places the Iraqis will no longer have to pay for water now that they can use this unit to pump from a well or river.
The people of Iraq will continue to be greatly appreciative of the efforts we put into improving their country"
"I just wanted to let you know I pulled out the old PWP-C three weeks
ago for our annual elk/deer hunt. I’ll tell you…this is one of our most valued and prized pieces of equipment. It works GREAT once again.
I just wanted to pass my thanks to you for supplying me with a product that means the difference between life and death in the Colorado Rockies. We couldn’t do it HALF as good as without my PWP-C.
David A. Morton Lead Principal Engineer
"Western River Expeditions has used 8 of the Aqua Sun PWP-C water filters for over three years. The filters have been used under every adverse condition that can happen in the Grand Canyon. They continue to perform with very little maintenance. The Coconino, Arizona County Health Department has determined that this system is the most affective system in use on the Colorado River to. I highly recommend this system above any other that Western River has ever used.
Mr. C Hansen,
Area Manager, Grand Canyon
"Just back from the Honduras and will discuss in much more detail later, but wanted to let you
know that the water purifiers are great success. I was almost moved to tears to see the
first machine in operation- a sight to behold definitely exceeded 1 gallon per minute (for the PWP-C small machine). You should take great pride in producing a system that provides such a direly needed basic necessity- they are a thing of beauty in a settling like Yoro province,
Honduras now. We thank you and so do the people of Yoro! The Richmond Times-dispatch
will be running an article tomorrow which will focus on the water purification effort and, I think, will have photos of it in action in Honduras, courtesy of us.
Dr. Billy Lennarz
"The PWP-C has just arrived safely. Thank you so much for your prompt attention and also for
the extra cartridges. I am very impressed by the excellent build quality, sturdy case and solid
appearance – it looks just perfect for our needs and is so very portable – I have yet to read all the books and try it out!
Pastor John Hollidge
"Greetings from England!
Hope you are well. This is to express our thanks and appreciation for this great little PWP-C
Machine! It performs extremely well under all the conditions and has made our tips to Uganda
drama free in obtaining drinkable water, even from Lake Victoria – Although we prefer to use the Bore hole for the raw material! Anyway, Congratulations on a superb piece of engineering and construction very rugged and up to task in every area. We are delighted.
Pastor John Hollidge Marlow Christian Fellowship
"You should be very proud of developing such a wonderful product that can help so many lives
around the world, especially in Honduras. I have traveled in 43 countries over the past 16 years and seen many water purifiers in the field, and I would have to
say that is the best one yet, excellent product!!!!!!
Vessels of Mercy Intl.
"Returned last week from Haiti. I have a letter written to St. Andrew’s who financed the water purifiers for the 200 children at the orphanage and I will send you a copy. It was quite exciting to hear Sr. Leona (the principal) talk about the decrease in absences at school due to the illness because of the clean water. It was a huge problem before. She had tears in her eyes as she talked about the children.
We have another challenge. We send children who are really sick and need longer term care to Sister of Charity which is one of Mother Theresa’s Missions. These sisters are unbelievable. They help anyone who is sick! They boil water for everyone in the complex. There were
65 children when we were there. Mostly babies and small ones. We have a church trying to
take this challenge. We visited the grounds twice. We have a church interested in taking
the challenge of funding. ?
Please advice as to what you think we would again purchase the battery in Haiti now that we have that source.
"We are back from the mountains of Guatemala and did we have a trip. The school building that we built was a challenge and we assembled it in four days to the delight of the Mayan village of San Miguel but what pleased them the most was the “water filtration system”.
I cannot put into words the emotion that was poured out by the villagers when they saw putrid water that resembled pea soup get filtered and involve into crystal clear water. Everyone in the village brought their containers and drank. The battery operated
system worked flawlessly all of the time that we were there so there was no doubt that
the solar panel functioned properly also! I have enclosed some pictures of the system review.
Once again, I would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to the health of the Mayan People
through the efforts and great products".
Richard J. Enders
Rotary International / Adopt a Village
"Here are the pictures we spoke of the Dominican Republic Project Sponsored by Hope in Conjunction with Southwestern Adventist University School of Nursing in March 2003. The SWP-S3 unit was set in a Bathe that recently had 24 cases of malaria. A Bathe is a village where Haitian sugar cane workers and work. Many times their only accessibility health live care are volunteers coming to visit their village. It is truly amazing because we do not notify anyone ahead of time of our coming or intentions. We just pull in our school bus and before we are setup there are literally hundreds of people waiting to be seen.
I have enclosed my business card should you wish to contact me. Your water purification system is absolutely amazing. I have many more pictures on CD if you’d like them. The next morning when we went back to see if the pump was working and there was a line of people waiting to get water. I’ll keep you informed as to the outcome with their general health and malaria".
Margery A. Johnson
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