Water, the essence of life, is fundamental to achieving many of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs). Ensuring clean water and sanitation (Goal 6) forms the basis of a larger vision that also influences health, wellbeing, and sustainable ecosystems. Helpful Engineering’s commitment to water security is not just a response to a growing global challenge; it’s an embodiment of our dedication to realizing the UNSDGs. Through pioneering open engineering solutions, we aim to guarantee that every individual, community, and nation has access to safe and secure water, resonating with the essence of the global goals set by the UNSDGs.
Develop low-cost and energy-efficient desalination technologies to provide clean drinking water in water-scarce regions.
Design affordable and portable devices for real-time water quality monitoring and testing, enabling communities to identify and address water contamination issues.
Create innovative and cost-effective solutions for decentralized wastewater treatment and recycling, helping to conserve water resources and reduce pollution.
Develop IoT-based solutions for intelligent water management, such as leak detection, smart metering, and demand-based water distribution systems.
Design energy-efficient, solar-powered water pumping systems for off-grid communities to improve access to clean water and reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
Create innovative rainwater harvesting and storage solutions to help communities capture, store, and utilize rainwater effectively, reducing pressure on existing water sources.
Develop advanced flood prediction, prevention, and management systems to minimize the impact of floods on vulnerable communities.
Design novel techniques to enhance aquifer recharge and improve groundwater availability, particularly in areas facing water scarcity.
Develop low-cost, community-based micro-hydropower systems to provide clean, renewable energy for rural and off-grid communities.
Design innovative solutions to prevent plastic waste from entering water bodies, and develop efficient methods for cleaning up existing plastic pollution in oceans, rivers, and lakes.