Simple as possible, complex as necessary. Over twenty years' experience helping solve water issues have taught us. We started when the mining industry in Alaska needed portable water plants for their remote exploration camps. Arctic oil field drillers, villages in Alaska, Mexico, Haiti, Kenya Colombia, Philippines, have our plants and they produce water that has been proven: safe to drink.
Handwashing stations and fly-in emergency treatment plants are among our latest developments..
. If you operate a remote camp, respond to disasters, have village homeowners without piped water systems, thirsty farm workers or want to “get ready” – we can help you produce your own good- tasting water or wash your hands with running water. . How?
PRODUCTS. Production Models. Simple, low-cost filtration/ disinfection plants with components tested and approved by a USEPA certified laboratory. They make most contaminated fresh water safe, can run on solar panels and take minimum training.
CUSTOM Self-contained units for large camps in the most adverse conditions in the world.with lease/purchase options. Produce up to 20,000 gallons per day. Smaller units tailored to individual and site-specific requirements, emergencies etc.
PASS (Portable Arctic Sanitation System) We teamed with Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Cold Climate Housing Research Center, Heritage General Contracting, Lifewater Engineering and Silverline LLC for this effort. These are Small household units designed to replace piped water and sewer systems in villages and answer the need for basic sanitation in the Alaskan villages. The Mini-PASS is designed to provide a self-contained running water system for handwashing.
GALLERY Take a look at some of the interesting things we do around the world.
CONTACT Contact information for Alaska, and our affiliate in Colombia South America.
SERVICES This shows a little about how we train our technicians to analyze water problems and help you get the right equipment to treat it. We also offer a weekend water treatment course for emergency responders
4-season helicopter-transportable Emergency Water Plant
CampWater 40, "North slope", Alaska