What we do


The Living Springs proposes several complementary technologies which are designed to meet the specific needs of local communities  in the developping countries for access to drinking water, for a sustainable management of natural resources and for health improvement.

The Living Springs
 will assess and help the local communities and its counterparts 
to select the best adapted technologies, training programme to help them to improve their water resources management.




Access to safe drinking water programs are directly related with the development of water treatment and purification systems installation.
They are addressed to beneficiaries and / or customers:

1. Design of standard or customized systems respecting the water value chain

2. Manufacturing and Distribution of water treatment and purification systems

Installation of water treatment and purification systems

4. Training and Maintenance advices 

Training courses, research programs and practical training in the field of water resources management will be offered to various types of participants (communities, individuals, corporate world, students):

1. Studies and Research Programs in collaboration with academic partners

2.Training of beneficiaries meant for the maintenance of the 
installed water treatment units 

3.Training in water management 

4. Practical training for students of academic institutions Partners 

We believe that the current situation of lack of access to safe drinking water and strong market demand in terms of need have reached its "critical social dynamic point”. It seems extremely necessary to communicate and inform citizens of this world in order to encourage their involvement in that urgent upcoming water stress and empower them to take actions, and appropriate initiative for the future. 

1. Awareness campaigns and communication actions addressed to the targeted groups


Most water treatment technologies are not available routinely in developing
countries, especially in rural areas.There is not enough money available in rural communities of developing countries to purchase water high technology and typically there is no one with the expertise to implement this type of water equipments. Even if water equipment could be purchased, rural inhabitants would not know how to install, operate and maintain that equipment.