D'Water Unit

Communities around the world grapple with climate change and the consequence brought on by it - the dwindling availability of safe drinking water. The fluctuations in water temperatures and erratic rainfall patterns have led to severe droughts and intensified flooding, exacerbating the scarcity and compromising the quality of this vital resource. As a result, it has become imperative to develop a prototype that uses green technology and is readily deployable in areas affected by such weather-plagued circumstance.  The solar potable water production system is designed to handle feed water that is contaminated, is compact and portable, making it ideal for use in remote and disaster-stricken areas.


Goh Eng Hock | Leong Mun Kin


Nithish Kumar | Tan Jun Qiu | Joven Tay Vida | Eugene Wong


Diploma in Marine Engineering

SP Sustainability Matters