Arequipa, Peru

Natural water in the Arequipa region is contaminated with arsenic, which is poisonous to people, animals, and plants. The arsenic penetrates the plants and causes secondary risk to those who eat them. The Water Pact Forum seeks to resolve this issue. Our mission is to purify the drinking and agricultural water in the province.

The Water Pact Forum will apply Israeli technologies to treat and purify the water. The first step will be through implementing a pilot program, while the second stage will be the construction of a large-scale facility.

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