This looks like a great innovation. We are very interested and would like to know if you supply also to India. We are working with rain water harvesting using bore well recharge methods and need to measure the levels of the ground water. An easy method such as yours looks like a valuable asset to our work. Might it be possible to also include a measuring aspect for toxins in the water eg arsenic or flouride as these are problematic in many areas here. Can you also tell us what the cost of this technology will be to the end user and if you have concessions for not for profit organisations such as ourselves. We are the Sankalpa Rural Development Society. Thank you .
Congratulations for your selection as one of the leading teams and projects in the water challenge. If there is any way in which our bore well recharge systems can assist in your work by supplying water to your toilets please let us know .. we would be very happy to collaborate with your.
Hello Bahendra, we have been very busy supplying tanker water to villagers suffering from the drought, as well as carrying out our core work of recharging bore wells for the future of a good supply of water for the farmers and their families. Now the rains are commencing so our recharge work is on hold until the rains cease in September but we will be very busy then with some large projects coming up. Good wishes to you for your work. Sikandar