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Pipeline for Life

Water Infrastructure
Mar 2016

This World Water Day Let’s Celebrate the Pipeline for Life

As part of the Pipeline for Life project, WEFTA engineers help villagers in remote Honduran communities lay PVC pipe & bring clean water into their homes.

Water Infrastructure
Oct 2015

PVC Pipe Brings Clean Water to Families in Rural Honduras

The town of La Rinconada, Belen, recently put the finishing touches on a brand-new water system. The system includes a PVC transmission line, a tank, chlorine disinfection, PVC distribution lines, and residential taps for 24 families.

Water Infrastructure
Jun 2015

Pipeline for Life: The Impact

Belen Manazapa and Monquecagua villagers were very appreciative of the new PVC pipeline and all of its benefits to each family, offering words of gratitude.

Water Infrastructure
May 2015

This Pipe Could Save Someone’s Life

The towns of Belen Manazapa and Monquecagua in Honduras have brand new PVC pipelines.

Water Infrastructure
Apr 2015

Sustainable Development Brings Clean Water to Honduran Village

Volunteers from Water Engineers for the Americas (WEFTA) are working with villagers to install PVC pipeline to bring clean, running water to Belen Manazapa for the first time.

Water Infrastructure
Apr 2015

5 Reasons to Use PVC Pipe in Community Water Projects

Engineers are set to work with residents in Belen Manazapa to build a PVC pipeline to bring clean, running water - 72 families will have running water for the first time.