For 783 million people, drinking water looks like this.
For these 783 million people, there are no taps, no supermarkets stocked to the brim with beverage choices. In the majority of these cases, the only water source is a natural one. This includes streams, rivers, ponds, and lakes.
Drinking isn’t the only thing the water is used for either. Both the local wildlife and human population use this water for washing and as a bathroom too. As many are stagnant, these water sources become breeding grounds for water borne diseases such as typhoid and cholera.
Due to diseases like this, 3.4 million people die annually from a lack of pure water. To put it in perspective, those 3.4 million people could fill Wrigley Field in Chicago to capacity more than 86 times over.
Clean water, or the lack there of, is a worldwide epidemic. However there is an affordable, effective solution that will save lives.
We devised a simple and effective solution to treat water and save lives.
Our Khlor Gen System is a solar powered device that uses a simple, time tested method of electrolysis to purify contaminated water and kill disease.
5,000+ Units | 50 Countries
Across the world right now, there are over 5,000 systems in place, in 50 different countries.
They have been taken out into the field personally by the Hays Pure Water team as well as a variety of churches and mission groups.
The results of these trips and implementation of purification systems are absolutely undeniable. In all of our filter locations, waterborne infection rates have dropped to extremely low levels, and the people are living longer, healthier lives thanks to you and the Hays Pure Water Khlor Gen system.
Join The Cause
None of what we do is possible without help and support of people like you. People that are sick of just looking at statistics and instead want to do something about them. If you want to get involved, you have come to the right place. We don't ask anything of you, except for your help in changing the world.
100% of all donations go towards getting the water units out. Not some, not most, all. We do not use donations to cover overhead expenses and we do not have any paid employees. Best part, all donations made are tax deductible.