A Czech company cleans water in Ukraine. Her technology has also been noticed by the UN
The Hutira company donated unique water treatment equipment to Ukraine. Czech technology makes it possible to filter river water and turn it into potable water. Thanks to the output of 1.5 cubic meters per hour, the processing plant in Kyiv supplies up to 7,000 people a day. So far, the Brno-based company is the only entity that has decided to supply similar technology to war-torn Ukraine. Czech aid has also been noticed by international human rights organizations that operate in the war zone. The Red Cross has shown interest in six water treatment plants, UNICEF is even asking for 50 units.