Best Projects 2018 features all the nominated entries submitted to the Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition under ‘Submit your Project’ category. All the entries consist of innovative projects run by existing enterprises in the form of businesses, NGOs or informal programs. If you want to know the 10 finalists in this category click HERE
"Save Water using science and mechanism "
Explain your project in details:
Now a days a lot of people are living their lives with different types which helps to save water, scientists are also working after it and inventing new machines which will help us in future to save water, governments of every country are also getting step towards saving water.
Impact of your enterprise on sustainable development
No I have no big milestones but I just have some thoughts on this topic so I am discussing with u and I don't want any kind of rewards, i my big aim to participate in this competition to share this motto"save water, water will save us " to the people, if just 50 human will read it, it will be big milestone for me because that 50 humans will save the water and say it to other and with it one day everyone will have maturity on it that will be big reward for me
Sustainability and future plans
Green Living Ideas Water Conservation Models As the water crisis becomes more evident in our lives each day, scientists and corporations alike are investing resources in designing innovative methods of conservation and ways to help alleviate the harshest effects of this crisis worldwide. Earlier in 2007, droughts in the remote Marshall Islands near Guam impacted local populations so much that some U.S. governmental and relief agencies supplied these areas with reverse osmosis purification systems. Many technologies aimed at reducing the water crisis, especially for rural areas, are currently in use or still in the development phase. Heres a brief overview of these various water-tech innovations: Desalination: Though costly and energy-intensive, this process could prove considerably effective if a more efficient and environmentally-friendly method, such as solar extraction, can be employed. Desalination is the purification of water (especially ocean water) by removal of salt and other minerals, often producing table salt in the process. Only complete extraction of salt renders the water available for human consumption. This is most popular in arid Middle Eastern regions, though its gaining in prominence worldwide. Many ocean water desalination plants are paired with power plants, raising considerable concern about the preservation of marine life. The U.S. has responded to these concerns by citing the Clean Air Act in banning most of the cooperative desalination and power plant efforts, which also result in substantial air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. Living Machines: Now a trademarked name, these systems were initially designed by John Todd in the 1960s, with the goal of producing clean water and biomass by passing sewage through a variety of stages of an artificially-created micro-ecosystem. This design relies on the filtration efforts of microorganisms, small invertebrates (snails and even small fish), and plants, especially photosynthetic plants and algae which intake solar energy to oxygenate the systems. Though these systems were initially thought to be impractical for production on mass city-wide scale due to their inability to process some heavy chemicals that
Your profile as an entrepreneur
I am Mayank Bhuriya from Indian, I am student of 12 th class of science stream, one day I read about this competition and I thought I should represent my ideas to whole world so I am talking part in this competition, I hadn't got any kind of rewards but I want to share my ideas and just aware people about this big thinkable topic thank you very much.