C-MEM Zero was already successfully used last year to treat drinking water in the disaster area of Mozambique following the severe flooding caused by Cyclone Idai. The storm had left such severe damage to the drinking and sewage systems that it was hardly possible to get clean drinking water, which may cause the spread of any epidemic.
This January large parts of Indonesia and especially its capital Jakarta were also severely affected by flooding due to extremely heavy rainfall. There, too, the application of C-MEM Zero could be organized by a fundraising campaign of the Rotary Club Klosterneuburg (Austria).
Per day a C-MEM Zero unit can produce clean drinking water for up to 200 people. Viruses and bacteria are reliably filtered out of the water by ultrafiltration with C-MEM.