Help Build a Purifier
As mentioned in this blog post, the CWFW purifier has been through many prototypes to the one we have today that is transportable, small and mighty with a large capacity to serve a community of up to 600 persons. Purifiers are built in the workshop attached to the garage at the Bohl’s residence in Otsego, Michigan.
A community gathers around the workshop table:
- Groups gather around the table in the summer to learn about clean water, help organize the multiple parts, and even build the purifier itself!
- Monday Men’s Fellowship is a weekly gathering of volunteers who build the purifiers.
- Volunteers come to learn about Clean Water for the World and lend a hand in building units and learning about the impact of clean water and overall health in developing countries.
Are you interested in building a unit? Contact us!