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Real Estate Market
Some coastal areas don’t have water access, or regulation won’t allow groundwater exploitation, which makes real state construction unfeasible. With our serves, we enable water feasibility in places where it was not possible, significantly incrementing the land value per square inch.
Usually governments and municipalities have the responsibility to supply potable water however they can. Typical intermittent solutions include water truck delivery, bottled water delivery and rain water harvesting, representing high expenses that grow every year. Huge water towers for over 70 homes are the typical “permanent” solution that takes about 5-12 years to develop, and depletes groundwater at a larger scale than individual wells. Our service offers a permanent solution with lower implementation time to provide clean water in a sustainable way to the community, and at a lower cost.
3. Emergency Response Institutions & NGOs
Power outages, water outages, natural disasters and droughts can limit potable water availability. Remote Water can deliver fast response to purify and secure water availability for affected communities, specially where common services cannot reach out.
4. Cooperatives in rural communities
A cooperative, is a group of individuals from a community who benefit from working together. Many communities lack access to clean potable water, so, to get it, they must spend resources and time to obtain it, with the uncertainty of not knowing the origin and quality of the water. We bring water access to those communities saving time and money, delivering a constant flow and full water quality transparency.
Constructing new schools in rural areas, providing water for disaster & relief locations, increasing agriculture production when in need, are typical examples of projects that need water purification systems.
Since every country has its own financing sources, Remote Waters offers support and advice to applying for national and international financial sources. Some sources are listed below.
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
United Nations (UN)
Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
Bill Gates Foundation
Incentivized Production Corporation - Corporación de Fomento a la Producción (CORFO)
National Committee for Scientific Research and Technology - Comisión Nacional de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica (CONYCIT)
Chile’s Department of Agriculture - Ministerio de Agricultura de Chile
Chile’s Department of Energy - Ministerio de Energía de Chile
Regional Governments Funds - Gobiernos Regionales (GORE) - Fondos FNDR