Elliot for Water: Eco savvy search engine brings clean water to those in need

Elliot for Water works just like any other search engine yet it also helps provide people in need of drinkable water with exactly that every time you search.

The search engine’s mission is to help bring drinkable water to as many people as possible and to improve the quality of life, while respecting the needs of the local culture and environment.

One fifth of the global population has no access to clean water, leading to death of around 6,000 people per day due to water-related diseases.

Each time a person uses the Elliot for Water search engine, it enables the company to bring safe drinking water to developing countries by allocating its ad revenue to projects such as Solwa Technologies, a start up that works in “green technology” sectors for the environmental sustainability and the protection of natural resources.

Elliot For Water donates 60% of its profits to buy Solwa Technologies, solar energy based products that purify dirty or polluted water through desalination, the irrigation of arid grounds, and the dehydration of food. The company is currently working on a project in Guinea-Bissau, Africa.

Set up by Andrea Demichelis, Elliot for Water aims to bring water to one million people by 2025, and to improve the quality of life, while respecting the needs of the local culture and environment.

Anyone can support Elliott for Water by choosing it as a default search engine.

Elliot for Water, which is powered by Bing, is one of a few eco savvy search engines. Another, Ecosia, donates 80% of its surplus income to planting trees.

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Rosalind Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She is a writer who specialises in sustainable lifestyle and living, wellbeing, music and arts. Rosalind also works as a psychic, counsellor, intuitive reader and spiritual life coach helping people to become who they truly are and manifest their heart & soul’s desires into their lives: www.rosalindmedea.com

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