Sanskriti Samvardhan Mandal (SSM) runs one of the largest rural schools in India on a campus that houses 2000 boys and girls, plus 200 staff and their families. The campus uses 200,000 litres
of water daily, lifted from the Manjira river and stored in a reservoir. Equitable Water has been involved in providing clean drinking water to the school as well as various projects
around the village. We have visited this campus and have been inspired by the work that is done there.
At the moment we are raising funds for a small project to recycle some of the 200,000 litres of water using 'Phytorid Technology'. This is a self sustaining technology that works on the
principles of natural wetland using gravel and sand filters and wetland plants. The project needs to start in the next few months, as soon as the monsoons end. We need to raise around £1,300 in that
time to ensure that it completes successfully.