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Hydroquo+ is a data company that helps national agencies, public and private organisations in solving water, energy and infrastructure challenges. Hydroquo+ deploys advanced information and communications technologies built on a scientific foundation combining sensor technologies, seamless software and innovative analytics to build and set up systems that make the world a safer, healthier, more sustainable and more resilient place.
Bangladesh and Eastern India sit atop the Ganges Delta which effectively has a naturally occurring aquifer that has arsenic fluoride and other impurities. After BD’s independence organizations drilled over 10 million tube wells without testing the water.
By 2000 they found 30% of the water was contaminated with Arsenic. That’s what led the world health organisation to state this was the biggest mass poisoning in history. All of this could have been prevented if the areas were tested.
I firmly recall water shortages being the common norm growing up. The authorities would abruptly tell us to ration water for the week as demand would far exceed capacity. Forged purely out of personal experience and burning desire, the concept naturally stems from an inclination towards solving a generational challenge.