“Don’t ask kids what they want to be when they’re older, ask them what problem they want to solve”- Jamie Casap, Google.
For the team members at Desolenator, the answer to the above question is the global water crisis. This is the biggest resource threat to humanity and is set to disrupt the lives of half the human population by 2030. Overpopulation and climate change have caused the contamination and depletion of our global water reserves, and as a result, water-borne disease and mortality are strife across the world. This crisis is not selective over who it affects. It devastates the lives of both the wealthy and the poor across Europe, America, Australia, Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
Desolenator is the game-changing social enterprise that is helping to solve the water crisis. The high-tech product uses just sunlight to remove 99.9% of contaminants from ALL water sources (sea water, river water, brackish, groundwater, well water) and incorporates the latest Internet of Things (IOT) and mobile micropayment technologies. The unit is on route to becoming the most affordable and sustainable household water maker on the market.
Having successfully completed their Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign (raised $167K, pre-sold 140 units and developed a global network), showcased their products around the world and won various awards i.e. The Index Design People’s Choice and the IET Start-up of the year and Sustainability Leaders awards, they are interested in gaining input from you.
As a customer-centric start-up, they want you help in influencing the design and functionality of the Desolenator units.
Please complete and share this short survey with your contacts, families and friends.
Desolenator are looking forward to receiving your feedback.
On Wednesday 13 July, artist and activist Salma Zulfiqar FRSA invites you to a free film screening and Q&A of 'The Migration Blanket - Climate Solidarity', showing artworks of women on the frontline of the climate crisis.
Guerrilla Geographer Daniel Raven-Ellison FRSA, founder of the campaign to make London the world’s first National Park City, is inviting RSA Fellows to help shape the future of this new movement.
AUB Human is delighted to present: WHO AM I? Identity in the Age of the Anthropocene. With a two-day symposium, talks, workshops, exhibitions and a screening, the events bring together award-winning speakers, creative practitioners, industry professionals, academics and students from the Arts University Bournemouth.