Ceramic Water Filter Videos



Richard Wukich in Haiti on CNN Anderson Cooper 360

Richard Wukich, senior consulting artist for the reservoir studio and international coordinator for Potters Water Action Group, as featured on Anderson Cooper 360.

Ian Nettleship, Ph.D., Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, and his students discuss the Ceramic Water Filter Project, which finds new way to provide affordable water treatment for low-income and poverty-stricken regions of the world. Learn more at http://www.engineering.pitt.edu/cfp/.

A ceramic water filtration device that looks like a clay flowerpot may someday play a large role in reducing waterborne infectious diseases in developing countries. Source: Univ. of Virginia Read more: http://www.laboratoryequipment.com/vi…


YANGON, Myanmar, 28 August 2007 — “I am not the only one who prefers to drink water from the tap of the blue bucket,” says Ma Eh Wah, a mother of two children who lives in A Pyin The Phyu village in Yangon, the capital of Myanmar. The Happy Family Water System is part of an ongoing project started last year by UNICEF and a local non-governmental organization, the Community Development Association. The project has brought appropriate water purification technology to the household level. A factory in Yangon has produced more than 3,000 ceramic water filters that have been distributed to villages and schools in places such as A Pyin The Phyu, where surface water is used as a major water source. To read the full story, visit: http://www.unicef.org/wes/myanmar_407…

This video documentary talks about how to make ceramic filter and how effective it is when people use it.