Babcock Engineering and Blythswood Care partner to provide a water purification plant in Aceh, Indonesia

A water purification plant has been donated to Blythswood Care by Babcock Engineering to assist tsunami survivors in Aceh, Indonesia. It is capable of producing 100 cubic metres of drinking water per day, sufficient for a small town.

The Reverse Osmosis plant is accompanied by water storage tanks donated by Scottish Water and by two generators donated by LCH Generators.

Blythswood Care is part of the Hong Kong based Global Hand network that connects gifts-in-kind donors with aid agencies around the world.

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Partnership types

Provision of goods

Regions / countries / territories

Asia: Indonesia

Global issues

Disasters and humanitarian affairs

Goods categories


Business sectors

Construction; Engineering; Utilities