Rainmaker Worldwide, Carlaw Group partner for a clean water project in Togo

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Monday, 12 October 2020 15:55
Rainmaker Worldwide, Carlaw Group partner for a clean water project in Togo

(Togo First) - Canadian companies Rainmaker Worldwide -specialized in clean water technologies- and Carlaw Group, a private equity firm active in Africa, announced a joint venture to provide clean water in Togo and three other African countries.

Under the deal, Rainmaker will deploy its Air-to-Water technology, which runs with a combination of atmospheric humidity, heat, and airflow. The joint venture will produce bottled water and distribute it to the mining and construction sectors (through private agreements). It is also expected to collaborate with the private sector and global humanitarian organizations to identify areas with severe water crises and then define appropriate and innovative solutions to address the issue.

In addition to Togo, this technology will be implemented in Kenya, Senegal, and Sierra Leone. According to the companies, the partnership once fully deployed could reach $50 million annually.

Ayi Renaud Dossavi

 
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