Report from the Good Life seminar October 1, 2013
Medicine against arsenic poisoning and neurological diseases
In Bangladesh tens of millions of people suffer from arsenic poisoning. WHO has called it the largest mass poisoning in history. It is caused by natural arsenic in the ground water. Viola Vitalis AB has developed the only Government approved medicine to counteract arsenic poisoning. The CEO of Viola Vitalis, Abdul Kader PhD, presented the company and its plans to distribute the medicine. More information on Viola Vitalis web site.
Viola Vitalis also develops other health products. Among them a product to counteract neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, where long term poisoning is a contributing factor. A product sheet can be found here.
Polygeneration of electricity and water in rural community
Professor Andrew Martin gave a status report from the study for Sida that the Royal Institute of Technology is pursuing. The study looks at all aspects of introducing new technology for removing arsenic from drinking water. The presentation is here.
Solar purification of water in co-generation of hot water
Aapo Sääsk gave a status report of a solar purification project that is financed by HVR Water Purification AB, Stockholm, Sweden and Ras Al Khaimah Investment Authority (RAKIA), RAK, United Arab Emirates. The product will be commercialised during 2014 and will produce 20 litre of drinking water per hour or more. The presentation is here.
Some earlier seminars
Good Life seminar about remedies for arsenic contamination of well water in Bangladesh
The Swedish Sustainability Foundation in co-operation with the Department of Energy Technology at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Date: October 1, 2013
Venue: KTH campus, exact location will be e-mailed to those who register participation.
|10.00|| Nutraceutical Medicine cures arsenic poisoning, Abdul Kader, PhD
(Effectiveness proven by Viola Vitalis AB)
|10.30||Polygeneration of electricity and drinking water on the community level, (A feasibility study supported by Sida)
Professor Andrew Martin, Energy technology, KTH
|11.10||Solar power for generation of hot water and drinking water, Peter Nobel, HVR Water Purification AB (presentation of a KTH development program RAK, the Emirates)|
|11.40||Conclusions, Discussion, Action|