Wananchi Mobile Water Purification is honoured to be featured alongside The Telegraph STEM awards; a unique opportunity for the UK’s most talented undergraduates to present world-changing ideas to some of the leading names in British industry.

STEM [science, technology, engineering and maths] skills are vital for addressing complex challenges that affect us all, from pandemics to climate change,” says Dr Hayaatun Sillem, chief executive of the Royal Academy of Engineering. “The UK needs more people with these skills and a willingness to collaborate and make a difference as we face the challenges of the future.”

Wananchi’s patented Séon UV portable water purification system has been recognised as a leading product in its field answering one of the most pressing challenges in the world, the need for safe drinking water whilst simultaneously tackling climate change, green energy and pollution.

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