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blueEnergy to build 450 more water filters for Bluefields

By Casey Callais -- blueEnergy is excited to announce a new project, which has been approved and will push the limits of blueEnergy's Water and Sanitation team, a challenge we are looking forward to! The project is financed by USAID and FHI 360 and is based around water filtration and local education.

In the next ten months blueEnergy will be building and installing 450 biosand water filters in Bluefields, but this is just the start. The project also includes trainings for teachers, students and local organizations in solid waste management, a joint venture with the municipality to bring waste management awareness to a broader population and a reduce, reuse and recycle campaign.

USAID, blueEnergy and FHI 360 working together
We hope that this project will usher in a greater understanding of clean water, hygiene and waste management which are concerns for everyone on the coast. 

Granting bE the implementation of the project,
"For the right to clean water and healthy environment"

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