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  • Hello, and thank you for your interest in the Puget Sound Chapters of Engineers Without Borders. This presentation will give a brief overview of EWB, the Puget Sound chapter projects, our partner organizations, and our kind supporters.
  • EWB-PSP members and a local school teach have designed and built a prototype for a bio-diesel reactor that will be installed this August in Negril, Jamaica. Waste vegetable oil from the hospitality industry will provide a renewable fuel source for emergency responders, benefiting three surrounding parishes.
  • EWB-PSP members and a local school teach have designed and built a prototype for a bio-diesel reactor that will be installed this August in Negril, Jamaica. Waste vegetable oil from the hospitality industry will provide a renewable fuel source for emergency responders, benefiting three surrounding parishes.
  • Equivalent to a 757 crashing every hour

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering Phillip Thompson [email_address] Building Partnerships
  • 3. Background
    • Founded 2000
    • 291 Chapters
    • 12,000+ members
  • 4. Engineers Without Borders Puget Sound Chapters
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  • 6. EWB Process
    • Project Approval
      • NGO
    • Site Assessment
      • TAC
    • Design
    • Implementation
  • 7. Jamaica: Biodiesel for Emergency Responders
    • Negril, Jamaica
    • Rotary support
      • Logistics
      • Waste Oil
    Jamaica Biodiesel Project
  • 8. Jamaica: Biodiesel for Emergency Responders
    • Kitchen and Dining Hall
    • Emerald City Rotary
    Thailand Dormitory
  • 9. Mae Nam Khun
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  • 11. Mae Nam Khun Dormitory Project
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    • Shelter
    • Sanitation
    • Electricity
    • Cell Towers
    • Satellite TV
    • WATER??
    MNK Dormitory: A Holistic Approach
  • 21. World Health Organization 2008 Approximately 1.5 million people die every year from water-borne illness .
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    • “ Every day more children die from dirty water than HIV/AIDS, malaria, war and accidents all put together…Water is the most important environmental and human-rights issue of them all. [The worst effects of climate change will be felt decades from now.] The world is running out of fresh water today.”
    • - Maude Barlow
    • National Chair
    • Council of Canadians
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  • 26. About the System
      • Treats maximum of 55,000 liters per day
      • Removes 99.99% percent of bacteria
      • UV Disinfection
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  • 30. Partnerships
    • Chiang Mai University
    • Local Materials
    • Enterprise Development
  • 31. Micro-loan/Gift Service and Sustainability Model Affordable User Fees Small Business
  • 32. International Water and Sanitation Centre Service & Sustainability at Scale
  • 33. Water Service Ladder
  • 34. Service & Sustainability at Scale Micro-loan/Gift Affordable User Fees Small Business
  • 35. Synergy
    • Global Network
    • Experience
    • Licensed Engineers
    • Students
  • 36. Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering Phillip Thompson [email_address] Building Partnerships
  • 37. SHELTER BOX
  • 38. The Water Barrel