Remote water monitoring – no more excuses?

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  1. A proper water treatment in such areas would be very beneficial. The water in those places is usually contaminated with lime-scale and bacteria. And what is the point of creating those costly installations to decay after couple of years and not entirely curing the problem. It is not just the fact that there is no water so people dies. Even if we provide them with water which will be not purified they will continue to die.

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