United Nations Sustainable Development Goal #6
UN Sustainable Development Goal #6
Clean Water and Sanitation
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Varuna is the single source of truth for water utility leaders to effectively manage a water system. The Varuna platform collects, analyzes, and displays relevant operational and business data. The platform enables the utility to perform real-time water quality monitoring using advanced sensors, predict quality issues using machine learning, determine their resource needs and generate reports.

mWater is a free data management platform used in over 160 countries. mWater makes it simple to move surveys and forms from paper to mobile phones and tablets. mWater is dedicated to creating technologies for water and sanitation. Over 40,000 free mWater users in 158 countries map and monitor water and sanitation sites, conduct mobile surveys, and collaborate with local governments.

We analyze viruses, bacteria, and chemical metabolites that are excreted in urine and stool and collected in sewers. This information is a readout of our health and wellbeing as a community. We map this data, empowering communities to tackle public health proactively. This sort of data can be applied to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Opioid crisis, and many other public health concerns.

Cholera is a disease that affects 5M people in 41 countries and costs $2 billion annually in treatments and lost productivity that could be avoidable through early detection. OmniVis’ smartphone-enabled hardware device and single-use disposable test kit attaches to a smartphone and reduces the detection process from 3-5 days down to 30 minutes, accurately and affordably.

KETOS is a fully integrated platform that combines hardware, software, connectivity, automated reporting, predictive analytics, and maintenance to automate water monitoring and testing. KETOS enables water operators to identify and solve mission-critical water efficiency and quality challenges in real-time, or before they happen through predictive algorithms, ensuring water quality and safety.

The WWF Water Risk Filter is a practical online tool that enables companies and investors to explore, assess, value, and respond to water risks in their operations, supply chain, and investments. Developed by WWF and the German Finance Institution DEG, the tool guides users along their water stewardship journey from assessment to response to water risks.

Water is a key input to nearly everything made on the planet. So we co-created the initial Earth Genome tool — The Green Infrastructure Support Tool, or GIST, focused on revealing options for corporate decisions on water use — by engaging with seven global corporations (under the auspices of WBCSD) for whom water is integral.

FloodWatch allows users to monitor rivers and streams throughout the United States. Add USGS gauges to your favorites for quick monitoring of current gauge height, precipitation, and flood stage. By leveraging data from the US Geological Survey and National Weather Service, FloodWatch presents the most recent and historical river heights, precipitation totals, discharge, and flood stage data.

Medusoil is an EPFL spin-off and applies the world's first ground bio-stabilization technology to mineralize carbonate particles underground. The technology provides solutions to mainstream construction and environmental problems such as soil erosion, landslide risk mitigation and soil consolidation.

The Water Footprint Assessment Tool is a free online web application that provides clear insight into how water is appropriated for human uses and the impacts resulting from those uses.