◆ Oct., 2014.
Japanese government features NIHON GENRYO on the special website
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan features us on the government website, because of our notable disaster relief activity in The Philippines. This year marks sixty years of Japanese “Official Development Assistance” (ODA); therefore, Japanese government opened the special website for introducing the remarkable organizations, companies and events which are contributing to Japanese ODA. The website introduces our project in The Philippines last year which dispatched the emergency assistant team to supply safe drinking water to the serious disaster area by Typhoon, “Yolanda” by “MOBILE SIPHON TANK”.
◆ Dec., 2013.
Installed mobile sand filtration device in the disaster area by Typhoon Yolanda in the Republic of the Philippines. ～Dispatched the emergency assistant team for supplying drinking water, “NIHON GENRYO WATER RESCUE”～
NIHON GENRYO dispatched the emergency assistant team for supplying drinking water to the serious disaster area by Typhoon Yolanda in the Republic of the Philippines to install “Mobile Siphon Tank”, which is the mobile sand filtration device, through “Pilot Survey for Disseminating Small and Medium Enterprises Technologies”, collaborating with JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency). Our emergency assistant team installed and provided the high quality drinking water for just 3 days after we arrived at Daanbantayan, which is located in the north of Cebu Island in the Philippines, in December. 20th, 2013. Also, the filtered water was supplied by water trucks to deliver the “safe water” to the neighboring districts. The raw water got muddy, whose turbidity was from 20NTU to 30NTU, because the water source was used for bathing area for cows and washing area for the local people; however, our team realized 0.07NTU, which is the drinkable level, as the filtered water’s turbidity through “Mobile Siphon Tank”.
◆ Oct., 2013.
Implemented "Project Formulation Survey" Under the Governmental Commission on the Projects for ODA Overseas Economic Cooperation in FY2013. ～Investigation for supplying drinking water business in the Republic of Mozambique in Africa～
From the beginning October, 2013, NIHON GENRYO had implemented a project formulation survey for supplying sustainable drinking water business by the filter device, whose filter media is not necessary to be replaced. We had carried out the project for 2 months to explore the possibility of realization of the business in Mozambique using Non-Electric Source Siphon Tank.
◆ Aug., 2013.
Delivered 3 mobile water treatment units to Vietnam Maritime University in Haiphong, the Socialist Republic of Vietnam for “Non-project Grant Aid” by Japan’s Grand Aid Program of ODA.
NIHON GENRYO delivered 3 mobile water treatment units, whose filter media is not necessary to be replaced, to Vietnam Maritime University which is located in the north of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in August, 2013. The units, which were installed on the campus of the university, consist of a filtration device, raw water tank (Capacity:5m3), treated water tank (Capacity:8m3), feed pump and back-washing pump. The public water supply in the university is used as raw water of the device to supply with satisfying the water criteria in Vietnam.
◆ Jan., 2013.
Delivered 6 truck mounted water treatment units to Lao People’s Democratic Republic for “The program for the improvement of capabilities to cope with Natural Disaster Caused by Climate Change” by Japan’s Grand Aid Program of ODA.
NIHON GENRYO delivered 6 units of truck mounted water treatment unit, whose filter media is not necessary to be replaced, to Lao People’s Democratic Republic for “The program for the improvement of capabilities to cope with Natural Disaster Caused by Climate Change” by Japan’s Grand Aid program of ODA. We made a trial run and hold a training to the local engineers in Vientiane, LAOS in January, 2013. This is the truck mounted water treatment unit, using river and creek water as raw water. The purification capacity is 3m3 per hour, also the unit equips a filtration device with the self-washing filter media function, compact piping system, chemical injection pumps and control board. The truck has gull wings which can open the both side of the container. It is designed the unit for an emergency and disaster areas by truck; therefore, providing drinking water is possible in the early stage of these circumstances.
◆ Apr., 2009.
New product: “Siphon Washing System (SWS)”
◆ Apr., 2009.
Team Water Japan
Joined "Team water rescue - On-site type mobile filter system for disaster-"
◆ Dec., 2008
Exhibited to THE BIG 5.