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by:QiMeng     2019-10-05
KITCHENER —
During lunch and coffee breaks at Toyota Motor factory in Cambridge, aleks Poldma and Spencer Kelly talked about using their degree in mechanical engineering to have a significant social impact, and see the results of their work.
\"Working in a large industry, you will be swallowed up soon, and very bureaucratic,\" said Poldma . \".
It was in a cooperation.
Two University of Waterloo graduates are considering creating an online clothing company that does not sell sweatshop products and using revenue to support valuable projects.
\"We decided to do something for ourselves to see what impact we could have,\" said polma . \".
This is the beginning of the water world, described on the company\'s website as \"clothing companies committed to eliminating the water crisis \".
\"The company was founded in October 2013 to build water filters in villages in South Sudan and elsewhere in East Africa using some sales.
Poldma and Kelly have signed production quality T-with suppliers, designers and manufacturers-
Shirts and jerseys for men and women.
Clothes are made in Toronto.
Sweatshops operating in the third world are not part of their supply chain.
Their kitchen is also a clothing warehouse.
The young engineers completed the order themselves.
They calculate that each sale in the next 25 years will provide someone in East Africa with 500 litres of clean drinking water per year.
Once they have enough income to build another creature
Sand filters in East Africa, they do.
They worked with another UW engineering graduate Bruce Taylor on the safe water project, which was created in 2007.
Taylor leads Elmira.
A company called Enviro-Stewards Inc.
Taylor loves what Poldma and Kelly do and he hires them to work for the Environmental Protection Company --
As a housekeeper for engineers
Taylor also offered them one day a week to study the world of hydration, which has become one of the biggest funders for the safe water program.
The project shows villagers in South Sudan and elsewhere in East Africa how to build creatures
Use filters for concrete, sand and gravel.
Each filter will provide clean drinking water for up to 30 years.
Poldma and Kelly liked the safe water project from the beginning because it focused on development rather than relief.
\"They basically train the technical skills of the locals on how to build these things that are called Creatures
\"Filter,\" Kelly said.
\"But they also train them in basic business skills so that they can run these projects as sustainable businesses, thus providing safe water for their communities for a long time. \"Bio-
The sand filter is about one metre high.
The pillars are made of concrete, about 30. 5 cm (12 inches)square.
There is a layer of sand and gravel inside.
All materials can be purchased near the village or village.
\"Good bacteria in the water can thrive on top of oxygen, so it forms something called a creature.
\"Kelly said.
Harmful bacteria are caught by organisms when water passes through the filter
It\'s layer, Kelly said.
Poldma and Kelly promote the world of hydration and safe water project through their website, social media and corporate contacts with socially responsible policies.
They say a lot of companies buy T-
Shirts for staff, events and giveaways.
So you can buy 100 tons.
The shirts are bought from Third World sweatshops, or you can work with us to change the status quo, says Poldma.
Moist world T-
Shirts and jerseys are designed for people to ask questions and talk about safe water projects.
\"This is the way the word is spread, and people are proud of it wearing our stuff,\" said Poldma . \"com KITCHENER —
During lunch and coffee breaks at Toyota Motor factory in Cambridge, aleks Poldma and Spencer Kelly talked about using their degree in mechanical engineering to have a significant social impact, and see the results of their work.
\"Working in a large industry, you will be swallowed up soon, and very bureaucratic,\" said Poldma . \".
It was in a cooperation.
Two University of Waterloo graduates are considering creating an online clothing company that does not sell sweatshop products and using revenue to support valuable projects.
\"We decided to do something for ourselves to see what impact we could have,\" said polma . \".
This is the beginning of the water world, described on the company\'s website as \"clothing companies committed to eliminating the water crisis \".
\"The company was founded in October 2013 to build water filters in villages in South Sudan and elsewhere in East Africa using some sales.
Poldma and Kelly have signed production quality T-with suppliers, designers and manufacturers-
Shirts and jerseys for men and women.
Clothes are made in Toronto.
Sweatshops operating in the third world are not part of their supply chain.
Their kitchen is also a clothing warehouse.
The young engineers completed the order themselves.
They calculate that each sale in the next 25 years will provide someone in East Africa with 500 litres of clean drinking water per year.
Once they have enough income to build another creature
Sand filters in East Africa, they do.
They worked with another UW engineering graduate Bruce Taylor on the safe water project, which was created in 2007.
Taylor leads Elmira.
A company called Enviro-Stewards Inc.
Taylor loves what Poldma and Kelly do and he hires them to work for the Environmental Protection Company --
As a housekeeper for engineers
Taylor also offered them one day a week to study the world of hydration, which has become one of the biggest funders for the safe water program.
The project shows villagers in South Sudan and elsewhere in East Africa how to build creatures
Use filters for concrete, sand and gravel.
Each filter will provide clean drinking water for up to 30 years.
Poldma and Kelly liked the safe water project from the beginning because it focused on development rather than relief.
\"They basically train the technical skills of the locals on how to build these things that are called Creatures
\"Filter,\" Kelly said.
\"But they also train them in basic business skills so that they can run these projects as sustainable businesses, thus providing safe water for their communities for a long time. \"Bio-
The sand filter is about one metre high.
The pillars are made of concrete, about 30. 5 cm (12 inches)square.
There is a layer of sand and gravel inside.
All materials can be purchased near the village or village.
\"Good bacteria in the water can thrive on top of oxygen, so it forms something called a creature.
\"Kelly said.
Harmful bacteria are caught by organisms when water passes through the filter
It\'s layer, Kelly said.
Poldma and Kelly promote the world of hydration and safe water project through their website, social media and corporate contacts with socially responsible policies.
They say a lot of companies buy T-
Shirts for staff, events and giveaways.
So you can buy 100 tons.
The shirts are bought from Third World sweatshops, or you can work with us to change the status quo, says Poldma.
Moist world T-
Shirts and jerseys are designed for people to ask questions and talk about safe water projects.
\"This is the way the word is spread, and people are proud of it wearing our stuff,\" said Poldma . \"com KITCHENER —
During lunch and coffee breaks at Toyota Motor factory in Cambridge, aleks Poldma and Spencer Kelly talked about using their degree in mechanical engineering to have a significant social impact, and see the results of their work.
\"Working in a large industry, you will be swallowed up soon, and very bureaucratic,\" said Poldma . \".
It was in a cooperation.
Two University of Waterloo graduates are considering creating an online clothing company that does not sell sweatshop products and using revenue to support valuable projects.
\"We decided to do something for ourselves to see what impact we could have,\" said polma . \".
This is the beginning of the water world, described on the company\'s website as \"clothing companies committed to eliminating the water crisis \".
\"The company was founded in October 2013 to build water filters in villages in South Sudan and elsewhere in East Africa using some sales.
Poldma and Kelly have signed production quality T-with suppliers, designers and manufacturers-
Shirts and jerseys for men and women.
Clothes are made in Toronto.
Sweatshops operating in the third world are not part of their supply chain.
Their kitchen is also a clothing warehouse.
The young engineers completed the order themselves.
They calculate that each sale in the next 25 years will provide someone in East Africa with 500 litres of clean drinking water per year.
Once they have enough income to build another creature
Sand filters in East Africa, they do.
They worked with another UW engineering graduate Bruce Taylor on the safe water project, which was created in 2007.
Taylor leads Elmira.
A company called Enviro-Stewards Inc.
Taylor loves what Poldma and Kelly do and he hires them to work for the Environmental Protection Company --
As a housekeeper for engineers
Taylor also offered them one day a week to study the world of hydration, which has become one of the biggest funders for the safe water program.
The project shows villagers in South Sudan and elsewhere in East Africa how to build creatures
Use filters for concrete, sand and gravel.
Each filter will provide clean drinking water for up to 30 years.
Poldma and Kelly liked the safe water project from the beginning because it focused on development rather than relief.
\"They basically train the technical skills of the locals on how to build these things that are called Creatures
\"Filter,\" Kelly said.
\"But they also train them in basic business skills so that they can run these projects as sustainable businesses, thus providing safe water for their communities for a long time. \"Bio-
The sand filter is about one metre high.
The pillars are made of concrete, about 30. 5 cm (12 inches)square.
There is a layer of sand and gravel inside.
All materials can be purchased near the village or village.
\"Good bacteria in the water can thrive on top of oxygen, so it forms something called a creature.
\"Kelly said.
Harmful bacteria are caught by organisms when water passes through the filter
It\'s layer, Kelly said.
Poldma and Kelly promote the world of hydration and safe water project through their website, social media and corporate contacts with socially responsible policies.
They say a lot of companies buy T-
Shirts for staff, events and giveaways.
So you can buy 100 tons.
The shirts are bought from Third World sweatshops, or you can work with us to change the status quo, says Poldma.
Moist world T-
Shirts and jerseys are designed for people to ask questions and talk about safe water projects.
\"This is the way the word is spread, and people are proud of it wearing our stuff,\" said Poldma . \"
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