Video: Winner of 2011 Environmental Challenge installs arsenic groundwater removal system in Cambodia
The deadline for the 2013 Reed Elsevier Environmental Challenge is April 15; see the project that won the $50,000 grand prize in 2011
By Emmy Stevens Posted on 5 April 2013
The recipient of the $50,000 first prize, the Tagore-SenGupta Foundation, installed an arsenic groundwater removal system in remote villages and schools in Cambodia using locally available chemical compounds and reusable sand filters.
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Emmy Stevens, Corporate Responsibility Associate forReed Elsevier, is managing the 2013 Reed Elsevier Environmental Challenge. She is based in London.