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Princeston interviewed by Czech National Radio Station

Senior project manager of Princeston Mr. Jan Pavelka take an interview with the Czech National Radio Station regarding the planned installation of the EMSF desalination technology on Inhaca Island in Mozambique. Link to the interview (in Czech language only) is: https://www.radio.cz/cz/rubrika/panorama/ceska-firma-mosambiku-nabizi-unikatni-technologii-na-odsolovani-vody

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Feasibility study for Inhaca / Mozambique completed

By the end of November 2018 Princeston completed the fesibility study specifying the possible installation of the EMSF desalination unit on Inhaca island in Mozambique. The study was prepared after the second visit of the project team in Mozambique. It was verified that the EMSF technology is suitable for...

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Solar power for EMSF

Princeston has started cooperation with company VacuSol the leading expert company for production and installation of solar panels. The flagship of the mutual cooperation should be the new project on Inhaca island / Mozambique where there is a plan to install a new EMSF Unit in 2019.  Due to...

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Princeston changed its visual identity

With the successful implementation of Princeston projects in Africa and Asia the company decided also to change its visual identity. The new and modern logo of the company is strongly interconnected with the main objective of Princeston – to provide modern and reliable technology for production of safe drinking...

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War over Water

More than a billion people in fifty countries of the world suffer from a lack of water. Three billion  and three hundred thousand people in 127 countries are annually infected with diseases caused by contaminated water. No fewer than six million people die of waterborne diseases in the world...

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Privatisation has reduced mortality

In the 1990s, the government of a South American country decided to privatise water utilities supplying water for 60 per cent of Argentinians. The newly privatised companies, namely a consortium led by the France-based multinational Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux, turned out to be more efficient, invested more in the...

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Wars over water?

The current water investment craze was probably launched in 1995 by the frequently quoted words of Ismail Serageldin, then Vice President of the World Bank, “The wars of this century are fought over oil; the wars of the 21st century will be fought over water.” Inauspicious forecasts soon followed...

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