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MECKOW EPA20 Water Treatment Plant

The MECKOW EPA20 provides credible and tangible health benefits to larger communities, yet with the estimated time for installation of 15 days, there is minimal interference with their lives.

The MECKOW EPA20 is a compact and movable water treatment plant which can produce potable water for communities which do not have access to a safe water supply. This system utilizes raw fresh water of different qualities, removing contaminants like iron, manganese and sulphur as well as bacteria that may be present in the water source.

Utilizing conventional water treatment processes, the MECKOW EPA20 can produce up to 20,000 litres per hour of potable water, eliminating diseases and supplying clean, safe drinking water.

The unassembled MECKOW EPA20 and all of its components fit inside a 40ft container making shipment time short and efficient. Installation is quick and simple and as the unit requires no specialist technical knowledge, once installation and training are complete, the day to day running of the plant is passed over to the community thus encouraging local involvement.

Latest News

20th Feb 2013

The hospital was built by Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) in 1998 and donated to the community. Water supply has been from the borehole drilled within the hospital complex.

15th Dec 2012

During December 2012 and inspection was carried out on the installation of the MECKOW Aquapur water purification unit at a private residential development in Lekkie, Lagos, Nigeria.

13th Dec 2012

During December 2012, Andrew Kluckow of Meckow International, carried out and inspection of the Project in Ovade village in Delta State, Nigeria. The Project was financed by a Major Corporate on their CSR Program and is ready to handed over to the community.