The idea that rural water schemes are only sustainable if small, simple and locally managed is a bias that must be overcome to get more clean water to the people who need it.
Technology is a critical aspect of improving the availability and accessibility of clean water around the world.
There is clear potential for replication and scaling up this model across developing Asia.
Big off-site urban sanitation operations should be complemented with smaller sanitation schemes in poor neighborhoods.
Innovative solutions can help Asian cities and communities leapfrog wastewater management challenges.
A new solar-powered drinking water technology converts sunshine, air, and rain into safe drinking water.
Atmospheric water generators are a great fit for remote communities that lack access to clean water.
Both countries are good examples of how investing in water and sanitation spurs economic development.
Clean, safe water is crucial for urban slums. Green technologies can deliver water services that revitalize informal settlements.
A model public-private partnership enabled the port city to turn wastewater into a valuable asset.