'IKEA package' from the Netherlands for drinking water scarcity in developing countries

"Here in the Netherlands we may not realise it every day, but water is increasingly scarce around the world," says director Dick van Regteren with Genap. The company from 's Heerenberg in the Netherlands wants to resolve this global problem. With foils, Dick says in an item on Business Insider. 

For a few years now, the company has been using its expertise from (among others) greenhouse horticulture to meet the globally growing demand for water. "We have developed an affordable system which we export around the globe with which drinking water can be stored. It's like an IKEA package: we supply the parts and users build it themselves."

Read the whole story here (in Dutch).

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