Water-to-Go is delighted to be partnering up with the conservation organisation, SAVSIM, to raise awareness and support the work they do. Through different means, we are both working for a sustainable future and together, we hope to make a difference.
SAVSIM CIC is a non-profit organisation rooted in collaboration and focused on harnessing the unique skills of veterans and passing on that knowledge to support conservation projects around the world. The core of conservation success is people. Imparting the relevant tools will harness and strengthen the full-spectrum of conservation pillars. SAVSIM empower communities to protect wildlife and shared habitats and through this harmonious and mutually beneficial relationship create a platform for sustainable economic growth.
“As chairman of SAVSIM , where conservation and sustainability are one of its core values, not just in the prevention of wildlife crime and ensuring natures habitats and eco systems are preserved, but also the effects of pollution in the sea and the issue of plastics to landfill; we are proud to support and partner with Water-to-Go.”
– Dr Joe Giordano, Chairman of SAVSIM
As part of the work SAVSIM do, their team and volunteers travel to different parts of the world and it is vital that they stay healthy and hydrated at all times. The perfect way to do this is to use a Water-to-Go filter bottle. Our bottles contain a 3-in-1 filtration system that eliminates up to 99.9999% of all microbiological contaminants including viruses, bacteria, chemicals and heavy metals from any tap or non-saltwater source the world. This means that you can fill up from a tap, river or stream and instantly access safe drinking water wherever you are. In addition, this means you can greatly reduce your plastic use by not using single-use plastic bottles, thereby helping to protect the planet.
We have provided bottles to their team which is due to be deployed into Mozambique and South Africa next month so we look forward to hearing how they get on.
SAVSIM are reengineering the perception of how uniformed veterans can be utilised within conservation. Their deployable skills bridge the entire spectrum from; law enforcement, mental health, medicine, education, logistics, community projects and management. They provide long-term consistent support to communities around the world, in order to achieve mutual growth and understanding within the goals and objectives of their projects.
We are pleased to have partnered with them and look forward to collaborating and working with them further