SWIM – CPU Build

S.W.I.M (Safe Water International Ministries) ambassador KC Gilchrist visited F&V headquarters in Grand Rapids today to thank two dozen F&V volunteers who built 50 CPUs (Chlorine Producing Units) that were distributed to villages in Nepal, Uganda, Kenya, Congo, Haiti and Liberia. The CPU is used to treat water anywhere in the world, using just table salt and 12-volt power to make food grade chlorine. Gilchrist talked about how people of India and Nepal have benefited from the CPUs, especially in the aftermath of the Uttarakhand earthquakes and a typhoon earlier this year.