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Why Spark?

Under a Spark

The current methods in industry of dumping contaminated water without any thought to treatment is not an economically viable solution, by treating water in situ a business can reuse a valuable resource in difficult-to-reach locations. Costs for water transport in remote regions are problematic and expensive. Lack of accountability creates a worse problem for corporations. The transfer of verified treated water back into the environment will be beneficial to local communities, society in general and corporate reputation. 

Disaster Zones

Devastated water, power and communications infrastructure make it almost impossible to bring services back online in a timely fashion.

Remote Regions 

Many parts of the world lack infrastructure for residents to access clean water and/ or electricity. It is extremely costly and difficult to build and deploy traditional systems, particularly in these remote areas.

​​Spark provides the key elements to sustaining life in the modern world. Water, power and communications are combined in a simple, rugged and integrated package.

Modular Support System

Spark can provide a reliable, self-contained surveillance, communications and resupply platform for remote locations. A unit can be deployed with equipment, power generation, water filtration and communications gear all stowed within its numerous compartments. Modular building blocks allow storage and integration of many types of mission packs.


Much good work is certainly done by humanitarian, military and security organizations to address water scarcity. But spot fixes like digging wells or importing palettes upon palettes of water bottles are temporary band-aids that can’t scale to meet increasing demands.

In fact, they likely lead to more suffering. For example, when a village becomes dependent on a well that later becomes polluted, they have no other options. Aid-based import of bottled water will eventually end, leaving enormous plastic waste and a still-thirsty population behind.

Systems to this point have included disparate or separate technologies put together at a site in need—a pump, desalinization equipment, solar panels, or a diesel generator that needs fuel.

These approaches are simply inadequate for addressing the full scope of capabilities needed in challenging situations.

Instead, Spark brings these disparate technologies together into one system that is capable of cleaning water. That cleaning process needs power; it also needs communications to monitor the effects of the water filtration and to collect demographic information about how and when the water is being used.

Water Filter
Multiple people under a Spark

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