Kenya’s CeraMaji water filter uses clay and sawdust, sugar cane

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  • Project Lead(s): Andre Isaac

    For many people in rural Kenya, purifying water by boiling it is prohibitively expensive and is limited by the availability of raw materials. Innovators behind this project have developed the CeraMaji Ceramic water filter that uses clay and sawdust or sugar cane to remove 99.97% of Giardia and coliform bacteria from local stream water. The CeraMaji filters will be manufactured at a large, new factory in Kenya.

  • 0623-01-10 Testing

    0623-01-10 Testing

    0623-01-10 Ceramaji Water Filter

    0623-01-10 Ceramaji Water Filter

    0623-01-10 Filter Elements

    0623-01-10 Filter Elements