Water Quality Software

CLEAN, a decentralized water quality platform Because people don’t realize that their water is contaminated until it's too late

Centralized authorities, government agencies, municipalities, and water treatment facilities can’t be relied upon to provide timely and accurate water quality data.

Time and time again the people who were in charge of keeping our water safe have let us down and tried to hide the truth.

Even in the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency, charged with overseeing the Safe Drinking Water Act, is “overburdened, understaffed, and broke.”

It is well documented that there is water contamination in over 10,000 communities in the United States, yet the people affected are mostly unaware until they start to get sick. In 2015, we learned that over 100,000 people were exposed to lead in the drinking water in Flint, Michigan. Thousands of Marines, their families, and civilians were exposed to poison in the water at Camp Lejeune.

If this is the case in the United States, how much worse is it in the developing world? People cannot rely on centralized authorities and bureaucracies to protect their water

Clean aims to deliver a decentralized platform for water quality testing “and” reporting. The idea is to build a community of water quality monitors. These people will collect water samples and test them for contaminants The test results will be stored on the block chain Build credibility through data corroboration Reward participation with ADA and a Cardano native token

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